In the real estate market, as in life, money gives you choices. If you’re house hunting in the seven-figure range, you have — pardon the pun — a wealth of options in charming Dallas neighborhoods. We decided to take a dive into what $2 million can buy. (Spoiler: It can buy a backyard putting green, an Instagram-ready bathroom and a lush oasis in the city.) Whether you’re in the luxe market or just like to peek into that lifestyle, here are three homes on the market now.
8462 San Fernando Way, Dallas
Neighborhood: Forest Hills | Square footage: 4,266 | Listing price: $1,995,000
Nestled in the heart of Forest Hills sits a timeless Tudor, originally built in 1936 yet completely remodeled and, in many areas, reimagined. The home sits in the center of a treed corner lot that’s over half an acre, while a stone facade offers quaint curb appeal that gives way to a beautifully restored interior. “It’s got a comfortable, sophisticated vibe with lots of charming original details, such as coved barrel ceilings mixed with current design styling and amenities,” says listing agent Kyle Brinkley of Brinkley Property Group.
In the chef’s kitchen, golden and copper-toned touches can be found in the vent hood, cabinetry hardware, sink and light fixtures — a color story that repeats in many of the high-end fixtures and hardware throughout the home. Natural light pours in through the many windows. “The sprawling floor plan allows for views of multiple courtyard spaces, with walls of windows in every room,” Brinkley notes.
Juxtaposed against the retained charm are the clean lines and crisp blue colorways of the spa-like