Hot Dawg! Weekend Real Estate Roundup

DALLAS, TX — This week’s real estate roundup brings you some of Dallas’ most unusual and jaw-dropping properties. From a high end apartment on Mckinney Avenue to a 1910 craftsman in the Historical District, you’re sure to find something that piques your interest. This roundup was compiled with listings from our promotional partner, Realtor.com.

Crisp white walls meet concrete floors and floor-to-ceiling windows in this gorgeous contemporary home. The side yard boasts a water feature while the front basks in the shade of grand trees. The kitchen comes complete with timeless cabinetry, a subzero refrigerator and stainless gas appliances. Find respite upstairs in the master suite, complete with a balcony and serene bathroom.

2. The Remarkable Restoration at 12640 High Meadow Drive

This house has been completely remodeled and architecturally reconfigured for modern living. Enjoy the quiet neighborhood with winding roads, mature trees and mid-century modern homes. Make your commute a breeze with easy access to major thoroughfares. In the house you’ll find a marble master shower and marble flooring, all new windows, granite countertops throughout, marble stack stone fireplace, new custom cabinets, an open floor plan, high-efficiency HVAC system and LED lighting throughout. The kitchen glimmers with all-new, stainless steel appliances and soft-closing drawers.

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Relax in this contemporary loft condominium with custom design finishes by Gonzalo Bueno of X + III. No detail was overlooked during the 2016 renovation. Beautiful hardwoods, custom cabinets and built-ins, Caesarstone counters, Miele and Bosch appliances, and ample storage space complete this perfect space. The building has 24-hour concierge, a renovated pool and secured access.

4. History In The Heights at 5626 Worth Street

Look no further than this wonderful home in the heart of East Dallas’ Junius Heights. Features include original wood floors, 10-foot ceilings, three beds, two baths, and an upstairs studio with its own kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.

5. High Fashion Homestead at 8819 Lakemont Drive

Be stunned by this new, clean-lined construction in one of the most sought after pockets in the area. The front gates enter into an interior courtyard, affording the utmost privacy. The main house has four beds and four and one-half baths, a detached guest suite and a detached office suite with a wet bar, all of which open on to courtyard. The home was built as a custom home with details such as limestone stair treads, designer tile, art niches, custom closets, huge walk-in pantry, large wet bar, butler’s area, three-car garage and an amazing amount of additional storage. The outdoor living area, complete with grill and fireplace, backs up to the park off Shorecrest and has one-of-kind views.

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