Take an Architectural Tour of Highland Park
June 20th, 2016 | by Michelle
Along with its exemplary schools and strong sense of community, Dallas’ Highland Park neighborhood is also known for distinct architectural styles and breathtaking landscaping. Homes with tiled roofs, arched, stone entrances, and Mediterranean tiles sit next to sleek contemporary masterpieces and timeless English country manors.
Explore these extraordinary examples of different architectural styles in Highland Park.
Situated on a beautiful corner lot overlooking Versailles Park, this French Regency style home is both authentic in design and unsurpassed in quality. The beautiful stone exterior, iron doors and balconies and expansive windows have been enhanced by lush landscaping. Along with the landscape design and installation, extensive lighting, an antique exterior door and fountain and a beautiful pool create a magical retreat. Listed by Joan Eleazer.
This mid-century modern home was designed by O’neil Ford in 1954 and is situated on almost an acre of land in one of the most coveted locations in old Highland Park. Boasting six bedrooms in the main house, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a property that has not been available for purchase in more than 60 years. Listed by Ben Jones.
Exquisite, timeless Tudor located in the heart of Highland Park. With four living areas throughout the house, the fantastic floor plan was perfectly designed for daily living as well as entertaining. The kitchen, morning room and den all overlook the beautifully landscaped backyard and pool. Listed by Tom Hughes and Seth Pogoloff.
This beautifully updated and iconic 1925 Georgian Revival home is on a .41-acre lot at the corner of Oxford and Mockingbird Lane. Gracious and welcoming, this home has spacious rooms for entertaining and living. Outside is a three-car garage, exercise room and guest quarters. Listed by Susan Baldwin and Ginger Nobles.
Southern charm radiates from this New Orleans-style classic home with floor-to-ceiling windows, circle drive and large porches. The central hall floor plan is great for family living, and a fantastic game room is on the third floor. The large downstairs den overlooks a charming back porch. Listed by Brenda White and Melissa White Smulyan.
Learn more about living in Highland Park. Visit the Best Neighborhoods Site in DFW.
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