5 Most Expensive Homes on the Market in Dallas

Kristie Ramirez, Rhonda Reinhart, Rosie Roberson and Elaine Raffel | June 5, 2019 | Home & Real Estate

Your own personal heliport? Check. Anything less than 18,000 square feet make you feel cramped? Not a problem. Need radiant heated floors to keep warm after a shower? Already done. These five homes in Dallas spare no expense or indulgence to help you live that 1 percent life.

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10210 Strait Lane, 75229
The $19.5 million Philip Johnson-designed home is an iconic Dallas residence. Built in 1964 and updated in 2008, this five-bedroom, eight-bath manse has a pool house that is as chic as the main house. For the art collector, this would be the ultimate buy. Faisal Halum, Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International, 214.240.2575, briggsfreeman.com

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3509 Euclid Ave., 75205
This Highland Park home designed by architect Robbie Fusch includes an elevator to navigate its three stories over 18,000 square feet. Listed at $15.25 million, it has seven bedrooms, nine full baths, five half-baths, and a picturesque pool area with a columned pergola and fire place. Vicki White, Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International, 214.534.1305, briggsfreeman.com

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3428 Beverly Drive, 75205
Designed by Hal Thompson and sitting on Highland Park's prestigious Beverly Drive, this nearly 13,000-square-foot home comes ready to entertain. For $12.5 million, enjoy a grand ballroom, theater, wine cellar, gourmet kitchen and home gym. Five bedrooms, six bathrooms and three half-baths round out this beautiful estate. Allie Beth Allman, Allie Beth Allman & Associates, 214.521.7355, alliebeth.com

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4224 Armstrong Parkway, 75205
This $14.528 million home built in 1928 is a traditional beauty that was updated in 2013. New additions to the five-bedroom home include Italian and Mexican tile, hardware and fixtures from England and France, radiant heated floors, plaster walls and fabulous backhouse. Dan Rhodes and Tom Rhodes Jr., The Rhodes Group, Compass, 214.415.4642, 214.202.7008, compass.com

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5031 Deloache Ave., 75220
$13.995 million is the price tag of this traditional Preston Hollow beauty. With more than 15,000 square feet, it comes with five bedrooms and 7 ½ bathrooms, and sits on almost 2 acres. A beautiful putting green, sport court, pool and wine basement round out the recereational amenities. Christy Berry and Alex Kaliniak, Compass, 214.693.1600, compass.com



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Photography by: strait lane and euclid avenue photos courtesy of
briggs freeman sotheby’s international realty; beverly drive photo by Stephen Reed; armstrong parkway photo by costa christ;
deloache avenue courtesy of compass