One of the most exciting things about architecture is to see the reinvention and reinterpretation of classic styles. When it’s done correctly, it’s mesmerizing. Alexander Dahlgren’s new construction at 6434 Royal Lane will become another Dallas architectural icon — mark my words. Inspired by the international modernist style developed in the 1920s and 1930s, our Inwood House of the Week is exceptional in every way.
Tucked in the heart of Oak Lawn, 2807 Throckmorton St. Apt 105 is fresh, fabulous, and convenient. This renovated townhome is all about the designer touches, clean lines, and low-maintenance living. We love the overall aesthetic, which is Scandinavian-chic and warmly modern.
Located near Cedar Springs Road and Wycliff Avenue, this townhome sits in a vibrant part of the neighborhood and has two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, one half bath, and 1,086 square feet on one story, built in 1980. There is a broker open house tomorrow, Dec. 13, from 10 a.m. to noon. Would you like a sneak peek beforehand?
With our North Texas real estate market soaring, finding fabulous homes in the $300K range is getting harder. But our Tuesday Two Hundred, which just hit the market, has the look of a much more expensive home.
Located at 2959 Bay Oaks Dr. near Royal Lane and Webb Chapel Road in the Walnut Hills neighborhood, this is a recently remodeled 1950’s ranch. It now has an open floorplan, new HVAC and water heater, designer touches, and LED lighting. This home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,343 square feet on one story, built in 1955. Let’s take a look.
If the State Fair is not your thing this weekend, make time to visit these five open houses around Dallas. They represent diverse neighborhoods, from Uptown and East Kessler Park, to Northwest Dallas and Turtle Creek. The prices range from the $289,000 to $749,500, and the styles of these houses and condos run the gamut from modern industrial in Uptown to a 2012 David Weekley in Far North Dallas that still has the new-house smell.