Buyers Are Headed to Uptown and Downtown Dallas
January 12th, 2015 | by Michelle
Year-to-date, the average home price in bustling Uptown neighborhoods is about $350,000 while the highest sale price in 2014 comes in at $3,500,000.
The wide selection of luxury high rises, smart live/work spaces, sophisticated mid rises and convenient townhomes means there’s a home, and a price, for everyone—from smart-sizers looking to rediscover urban living to young professionals seeking pedestrian friendly streets.
3336 Blackburn Street | Cascade at Turtle Creek | Listed for $1,135,000
This three-story townhouse has great natural light, beautiful hardwoods, 10-foot ceilings, two living areas, large closets, and a private patio with phantom door screens. Walk two blocks to West Village.
3401 Lee Parkway #2402 | Mayfair Turtle Creek | Listed for $2,289,000
Absolutely spectacular Downtown views define this two-story penthouse that delivers the finest finish-out with limestone floors, Clive Christian cabinetry, Wolf and SubZero kitchen, Venetian plaster walls, barrel vault ceiling and more. It includes state of the art electronic drapery, lighting, and security in this luxury full service high rise.
2335 Worthington Street | Uptown | Listed for $559,000
Located on superb corner, this light-filled, end-unit townhome has its own gated access to semi-private park and pool. Enjoy three bedrooms, tall ceilings, an oversized garage, a balcony in the master for morning coffee and low HOA dues of $1,000 a year. Walk to the restaurants, shops and fun of Uptown.
1717 Arts Plaza #2208 | Arts District | Listed for $1,175,000
Experience one of the most desirable floorplans in the building with direct access from both bedrooms to a large terrace and unobstructed views. The master bath is one of the largest in the building, and the Bulthaup kitchen has Miele and Sub Zero appliances. This luxury home is located in the Arts District, steps from the finest Dallas restaurants.
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