Tour Two Terrific North Dallas Homes This Sunday
June 28th, 2013 | by The Update
In Preston Hollow and the North Dallas area, sprawling estates like these make you feel miles from the city while still having all the convenience of city life close by.
6630 Waggoner Drive in Preston Hollow | Open 2-4pm
This gracious traditional home located in the heart of Preston Hollow sits on a beautifully landscaped corner lot on Waggoner Drive. A custom-built iron gate secures an elegant marble entry, which opens to the spacious living room and formal dining room. Step down into the solitude of the warm study and enjoy the rich wood cabinetry and built-ins. Opening to the den, the gourmet kitchen is appointed with premium appliances, granite counters, and is surrounded by a large breakfast bar. A solid wall of windows line the back of the house for a panoramic view of the pool and spa. A wet bar, guest room and bath are located down the hall. The master suite with Venetian plaster walls is located on the first floor with sitting area, fireplace, and spacious master bath. Upstairs there are three bedrooms with attached bathrooms plus a game room. The home has a three-car garage and circular drive. Conveniently located near private schools, shopping and fine dining. Listed by Baird Reed and Jeannie Nethery.
4149 Walnut Glen Place in North Dallas | Open 1-3pm
Welcome to Walnut Meadows, a prestigious gated community located close to premier private schools, as well as upscale shopping and fine dining. Open and bright, this traditional brick and stone two-story home boasts gorgeous designer appointments. A grand marble entry guides you into this sophisticated front room can be either formal living space or a private study. The open floor plan is perfect for entertaining and plantation shutters allow for streaming natural light. The kitchen opens to large family room highlighted with a wall of windows, built-ins and a grand fireplace. This home is close to major thoroughfares, minutes from downtown and major medical facilities. Listed by Traci Hummel.