Extraordinary Dallas Open Houses
March 22nd, 2013 | by The Update
Dallas Open Houses
Click here to see all of the exceptional luxury homes holding open houses this weekend from Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty. Here is further information on the homes shown in the slideshow above:
9996 Hollow Way | Preston Hollow Open 2:00—4:00
Old-world style, with details such as marble fireplaces, wooden beams, groin and ribbed vaults, arched windows and doorways, and decorative iron work, define this home. But this petit mansion in Old Preston Hollow is also warm and comfortable for entertaining friends and enjoying time with your family. Listed by Kim McAuliffe and Erika Orbin.
This gracious custom French home, designed by Larry Boerder and built by George Lewis, has been meticulously updated. Quality and charm exude throughout this exceptional home, from the lovely stucco exterior and beautifully-landscaped grounds, to the inviting entry with views to the back yard. Listed by Michelle Wood.
Iconic 1936 Perry Heights Georgian home in the 29 home Rawlins Conservation District, sited on an oversized corner lot and substantially rebuilt in recent years from the outside inward. Grandly proportioned formals with 9 foot ceilings. Spacious den overlooking a Lambert designed garden. Listed by Robert Culp.
Recently updated, this two-story traditional sits on one of West Highland Park’s most desirable streets. Formals, chef’s kitchen, a game room and study make it perfectly suitable for a single professional or a lively family. Listed by Susan Matusewicz.
This exceptional Preston Hollow Ranch offers a unique light and bright floor plan with open living spaces. Multiple living areas include three fireplaces. Master suite offers separate his and hers baths. Lofted game room with a separate bedroom and full bath attached. Listed by Sandy Petruska and Courtney Petruska.
Newly gated, this five-unit grouping was designed by AIA award winner Ron Wommack and constructed by Steve McCombs features exclusive finishes and materials. Through tree tops, light floods the beautifully proportioned open spaces, balconies and exceptional outdoor living areas. A gate leads to the Katy Trail. Listed by Claire Dewar.
See more Park Cities news on BubbleLife.