We Can’t Believe These 8 Dallas Homes Are Still on the Market
For now, at least…
Dallas boasts one of the hottest real estate markets in the country. Listings in so many different neighborhoods are here today, gone tomorrow. So we did some digging and found eight great properties that have somehow slipped through the cracks. Let's go house hunting.
2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom in Hollywood Heights ($350,000)
Location, location, location. This cottage nestled in one of East Dallas’s most darling neighborhoods is close to Lakewood Country Club, White Rock Lake and the Dallas Arboretum. Not to mention it's just a hop, skip and a jump from downtown Dallas.
4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms in Lochwood Meadows ($439,990)
This glam, gut-renovated home sits on almost a quarter of an acre, which makes it a deal in and of itself. Updates abound, from the new roof to the paint and everything in between—such as kitchen appliances, flooring, bathrooms, light fixtures, windows and HVAC.
1 Bedroom, 2 Bathrooms in North Dallas ($139,900)
Scooting up and down the Dallas North Tollway is a breeze for the owner of this pad. And who hasn’t always secretly wanted their own spiral staircase?
2 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms in Oak Lawn ($539,999)
Modern-home enthusiasts are sure to go gaga over this AIA Merit Award-winning condo designed by Russell Buchanan. In addition to having top-notch finishes throughout, it also has a rooftop patio that is just begging you to sip some rosé on it.
4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms in Lakewood ($995,000)
You can’t be Baroque (sorry) if you want to buy this house, but it’s definitely a steal considering its location next to the suburban public school system.
4 Bedroom, 4 Bathrooms in University Park ($1,099,000)
This Park Cities property is walking distance to SMU, Snider Plaza and Highland Park Middle School. A fresh coat of paint and a couple updates a year and you could be living the Champagne life on a prosecco budget.
3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms in Winnetka Heights ($450,000))
Craving a Craftsman in South Dallas? This recently remodeled house includes a two-car garage. Not only does the property ooze charm, but it is walking distance to the Bishop Arts District, home to Dallas’s most divine dining. Just promise us you will put that amazing porch swing to good use.
3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms in Munger Place Historic District ($539,999)
What's not to love about this 1909 Victorian located in historic East Dallas? Its open floor plan and massive first- and second-floor front porches has us at hello. But the fully equipped guest quarters above the garage for hosting friends and family had us at “deal.”