3314 Douglas VOak Lawn is a vibrant Dallas neighborhood, the epicenter of DFW’s gay and lesbian culture, and often affectionately called the “gayborhood.” The heart of the area is Cedar Springs Road, between Oak Lawn Avenue and Wycliff, where tons of businesses, shops, restaurants, and nightclubs show their pride with rainbow flags and cater to the LGBTQ community.

Today’s Tuesday Two Hundred is walking distance to this fun area on Cedar Springs, an Oak Lawn condo at 3314 Douglas Ave. in the Benson Place Condos. Unit 204D has two balconies that feel like they’re in the treetops, and a completely renovated interior that was made for entertaining.Oak Lawn CondoThis condo is stylish, from the hardwood floors and graphic wallpaper to granite countertops and a frameless walk-in glass shower in the master bathroom. It has two bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a half bath, and 1,350 square feet on two stories.

Monthly HOA fees ring in at a reasonable $215 and include blanket insurance, exterior maintenance, full use of facilities, maintenance of common areas, and trash. It is newly listed by Kyle Bradshaw with Clay Stapp + Co. for $215,000.


Most people, when they think of Oak Lawn and Uptown, they think of condos and apartments and tiny, tiny living spaces. That’s not always the case! Did you know that there are tons of beautiful historic properties in the Oak Lawn area? Our Thursday Three Hundred is one such property with an amazing kitchen.

Ringing in at close to 3,000 square feet, this three bedroom, three and a half bath Victorian is an absolute historical treasure with some very modern amenities. Located at 3206 Knight Street, this home is marketed by the incredible, incomparable, and just plain adorable Alan Shaffer of Clay Stapp + Co.

There are so many details to this home that you will just fall in love with, like the planked wall in the living room, the amazing Art Deco wallpaper in the powder room, the herringbone inlay at the eat-in bar that separates the kitchen and living areas, and the beautiful front porch — a great place to sip a beverage and greet your neighbors and revelers. This home is priced at $385,000, and considering its location — between Hall and Cedar Springs in the hottest part of the Gayborhood — I think that’s a great price.

You’re also going to love this kitchen, with its Turkish tile backsplash, Corian countertops, Thermador range, and ample storage. Tons of light filters in through the two huge windows above the sink, and just next door is a generously sized bar with mini fridge and glassware storage.

The master bedroom is a good size, but the listing doesn’t have any photos of the master bath, which I always think is a bummer. There’s plenty enough eye candy throughout the rest of the house, though!

The only thing that I would change about this house are the multiple floor-to-ceiling mirrors that are supposed to make spaces feel bigger but actually do more to confuse the eye. One surrounds the fireplace in the formal living area, which would benefit from some artful tile and a cool mantle. Maybe duplicating the herringbone pattern in the kitchen.

In any case, this home is just gorgeous, and it will delight any buyer who loves history, color, and contemporary sensibilities along with a killer location!