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Fresh Prices for Spring in Park Cities Neighborhoods 

March 14th, 2016 | by Michelle
Contemporary Home, 3615 Amherst Avenue, University Park, Texas

3615 Amherst Avenue | University Park. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty 

Homes are spending fewer days on market, especially those that are well kept and are located in established neighborhoods. Days on market slid to just 49, a 12.5 percent decrease over 12 months, according to the North Texas Real Estate Information System.

The homes below have been newly reduced by smart sellers who want to attract buyers during the spring rush.

University Park, Bluffview and Highland Park are a few of the areas drawing buyers who are interested in great schools, convenient locations and pedestrian friendly streets that lead to parks, ball fields, shopping, dining and entertainment.

3615 Amherst Avenue | University Park

Contemporary Home, 3615 Amherst Avenue, University Park, Texas

See an absolutely stunning, new construction home built by Tatum Brown, conveniently located within walking distance to University Park Elementary and Snider Plaza. This one-of-a-kind property includes an incredible waterscape that offers secluded living and comfortable privacy. The 7,159 square feet of living space includes six bedrooms, two living areas, a dining room with floor to ceiling windows, water views, vaulted ceilings and more. 

5003 Horseshoe Trail | Bluffview

Luxury home in North Dallas, 5003 Horseshoe Trail, Dallas, Texas
Located in the sought-after Bluffview neighborhood, 5,785 square feet of pure luxury showcases elegance and grandeur in the most exquisite of ways. The open concept floor plan includes arched doorways, an open-concept kitchen, light walls and hand-scraped wood floors, pool views and a wine room which is both humidity and private climate controlled.

3705 Normandy Avenue | Highland Park

3705 Normandy Highland Park
An updated, serene contemporary in the heart of Highland Park is beautifully landscaped on a 192′ lot. A private courtyard with water feature leads to superb finishes by Peters Cates design and architecture by Barry Bull Ballas, including three living areas, limestone facade fireplaces, maple floors and paneling—all close to schools, SMU and Highland Park Village.

Click here to see more extraordinary homes with fresh prices for spring.

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For more luxury homes throughout North Texas, see briggsfreeman.com. President and CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty with offices in Dallas, Fort Worth Cultural District, Fort Worth-Mira Vista, Uptown, Lakewood, Southlake, The North, Ranch and Land, Ranch and Land West, and The Ballpark.

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