What a Cool $1M Will Get You in Dallas Real Estate
But wait, where’s my pool?
Let’s talk real estate and how it’s red hot in Dallas right now. If you’re selling to move to a chicken farm in West Texas, you’re going to make out like a bandit. If you’re buying in Dallas, you definitely won’t feel like a bank robber. Check out these listings to see for yourself what $1 million buys you in Dallas these days.
Uptown: 2555 N. Pearl St. #605 ($969,000)
If you want to live a life of luxury in the middle of all the Dallas action, is there any better option than buying a condo at the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton? This 1,458-square-foot space is a total bachelorette pad with one bedroom and two bathrooms. We also like the fact that you have access to all of the Ritz-Carlton amenities. Hello, room service and working poolside.
Lakewood: 7310 La Vista Dr. ($999,000)
A new construction with traditional architectural details? Turns out they actually do exist. This unicorn-like property has two master bedrooms (one downstairs and one upstairs) and a three-car garage. And when it’s staged to perfection, we suggest negotiating for the furniture too (hey, it never hurts to ask).
University Park: 3710 Binkley Ave. ($1,035,000)
This 2,472-square-foot house has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, making it a perfect family home. Although the lot is small and the interior needs a face-lift (depending on your taste, of course), the house has the bones to eventually be a prime piece of real estate should you ever wish to sell.
Highland Park: 5451 Auburndale Ave. ($1,149,000)
Oh, you wanted a house under $1 million in Highland Park proper? That’s cute. Speaking of cute, this adorable Tudor is nestled on a large (it’s all relative, people) corner lot that is just begging for a backyard pool. The inside has been tastefully renovated with today’s popular finishes, making this property totally move-in ready.
Preston Hollow: 6008 Glendora Ave. ($1,099,000)
This 4,912-square-foot beauty was built in 1995 and has four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. It has a large built-in study, theater room and multiple staircases, all of which are welcome luxuries for a big family. But let’s be real, does anyone care about the inside after looking at the dreamy backyard pool situation?
Oak Cliff: 604 Kessler Reserve Court ($1,075,000)
This neighborhood just might be Dallas’s best kept secret. Located three miles from downtown Dallas, the gated community (Kessler Reserve) has 15 residences and a private access gate to the 31-acre Kidd Springs Park.
McKinney: 2701 Majestic Grove Lane ($989,000)
And we just had to give you a little taste of what $1 million will get you out in the burbs. Peep at this 4,749-square-foot stunner with four bedrooms and four bathrooms. With an interior that looks like it was decorated by Chip and Joanna Gaines, it’s safe to say it’s close to perfection. Our only beef with this property is the fact that there isn’t a pool (yet) despite having tons of backyard space.