Lots of Lots: Build Your Own Dream Home in Dallas
Posted June 8th, 2012 | by The Update
Now is the perfect time for homebuyers who want to turn their homebuilding dreams into reality. You might be surprised just how many verdant, green lots you can find even in the middle of Dallas. These lush home-building lots offer the best of both worlds— gorgeous, tranquil greenery and the perfect location within minutes of everything Dallas has to offer.
Towering trees shade 6714 Spring Valley, a 5.4-acre lot located in a prime section of Richardson. A creek meanders through the verdant grounds, which also present soothing views of a large lake. Enjoy the feel of a country retreat right within the city limits. Listed by Shelley Koeijmans.
Not far away is 5550 Edlen, which boasts a coveted setting amid the estates of Old Preston Hollow. With its wonderful blend of shade and sun, this .627-acre property is a matchless setting to build a masterpiece. Listed by Elly Holder and Gretchen Brasch.
3612 Crescent Avenue offers a prestigious Highland Park location just down the street from the Katy Trail. Adjacent to multi-million dollar homes, this 100-by-255-foot lot affords ample space to construct an impressive estate overlooking Hackberry Creek. The purchase comes complete with 14,000 square-feet of plans, and the owners are also willing to trade. Listed by Jonathan Rosen.
Beautiful bluffs and hip venues give North Oak Cliff a magnetic appeal. One of the area’s especially alluring properties is 2215 Kessler Woods Court, which is the last available lot in an exclusive gated community of modern homes. This .179-acre property presents a wonderful setting for a contemporary-style retreat. Listed by Robert Puckett.
See additional featured opportunities at briggsfreeman.com/Lots-Of-Lots.
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