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The Most Expensive Homes Sold in Dallas This Summer — From Bluffview Estates to Glittering Uptown High-Rises

The Million-Dollar Stunners Snapped Up During This Season's Insane Market

BY // 09.01.21

We’ve all heard the Dallas real estate market is hotter than hot right now. Interest rates are historically low—of course, so is inventory. “The market right now is total insanity.” Brian Micalizzi of Micalizzi Real Estate told D Magazine this summer. And yet, home buyers continue to snap up million-dollar properties around the city. From sprawling estates in Preston Hollow and Bluffview to glittering Uptown high-rises, scroll on for some of the most expensive real estate sold in Dallas this summer.

*Data and price ranges were culled from HAR.com. 

Most Expensive Dallas Real Estate

5400 Edlen Drive

Price Range: $7,805,001 – $9,000,000
Neighborhood: Preston Hollow
Sold: July 8, 2021

Listed by Amy Detwiler of Compass, the nearly 16,000-square-foot entertainer’s dream was custom built in 2018. Sun-soaked spaces feature beautiful finishes, soaring ceilings, and barrel-vaulted corridors. There are plenty of amenities, but the most notable adds include an elegant theater room, his and hers walk-in closets, a spa-like master bathroom, a built-in wine cooler, and a lushly landscaped backyard with a pool and hot tub.

 

4519 Cherokee Trail

4519 Cherokee Trail

Price Range: $5,864,001 – $6,767,000
Neighborhood: Bluffview
Sold: June 9, 2021

The beauty of Bluffview is having the space (and the views) to create a true getaway within the city and a home that feels truly transportive. If you were unclear on the zip code, 4519 Cherokee (listed with Missy Woehr and Ilene Christ of Compass) could easily be a sprawling estate in Montecito.

 

5310 Meaders Lane

Price Range: $5,864,001 – $6,767,000
Neighborhood: Preston Hollow
Sold: June 9, 2021

The walk-in wine vault, the resort-like pool, the dining room that looks like it belongs in a stately country club — this seven-bedroom property (sold by Michele Balady Beach at Dave Perry-Miller) truly has it all.

 

Most Expensive Dallas Real Estate

4722 Cherokee Trail

Price Range: $5,081,001 – $5,864,000
Neighborhood: Bluffview
Sold: June 15, 2021

Another stunner on Cherokee Trail, this striking home hit the market for the first time this year (listed with Alex Perry for Allie Beth Allman) before getting snapped up in June. It may be smaller than its Preston Hollow counterparts, but every inch has been meticulously planned by Ellerman Homes & SHM Architects.

 

2900 McKinnon Street #3001 2

2900 McKinnon Street #3001

Price Range: $5,081,001 – $5,864,000
Neighborhood: Uptown
Sold: June 24, 2021

Listed by Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s, this prime property atop the towering Azure building features uninterrupted views, wraparound terraces, and a private rooftop with its own pool, indoor cabana bar, and glass-walled lounge area.

 

Most Expensive Dallas Real Estate

2525 N Pearl Street #1202

Price Range: $4,418,001 – $5,081,000
Neighborhood: Uptown
Sold: June 11, 2021

One of the larger floor plans within The Ritz-Carlton Residences (listed with Stephanie Archer of Allie Beth Allman), the ornate condo was completely redone in 2018 with lavish details. Venetian plaster walls are complimented by custom millwork, sleek Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, and a custom closet that looks like it could be a setting in Gossip Girl (both the OG and the reboot).

 

10453 Epping Lane

10453 Epping Lane

Price Range: $4,418,001 – $5,081,000
Neighborhood: Preston Hollow
Sold: June 16, 2021m

With six bedrooms, elegant gardens, multiple handsome studies, and four oversized garages, this European-inspired estate (listed with Ryan Streiff of Dave Perry-Miller) offers an inviting space for all.

 

5431 Ursula Lane

5431 Ursula Lane

Price Range: $4,418,001 – $5,081,000
Neighborhood: Preston Hollow
Sold: June 25, 2021

Ah, our first French-inspired estate on the list was designed by Clay Nelson and built by Alan Nixon in 2006. Come for the expansive living areas, saltwater pool, and 1,200-bottle wine cellar, but stay for the barrel-rolled ceiling — a truly striking architectural detail. (This property was also listed with Ryan Streiff.)

 

 

Most Expensive Dallas Real Estate

4610 S Lindhurst Avenue

Price Range: $4,418,001 – $5,081,000
Neighborhood: Preston Hollow
Sold: August 9, 2021

From the dual chef’s kitchen to the at-home gym, everything is state-of-the-art in this new modern build off Walnut Hill Lane, listed by Michelle Wood of Compass Real Estate.

 

2525 N Pearl Street #1801 3

2525 N Pearl Street #1801

Price Range: $4,418,001 – $5,081,000
Neighborhood: Uptown
Sold: June 2, 2021

This Ritz Carlton home (listed by Jonathan Rosen of Compass Real Estate) was also renovated in 2018, but the sun-soaked space has an entirely different aesthetic than its above counterpart. With neutral silk wall coverings, gleaming Calcutta marble, and an all-white kitchen, the nearly 4,000-square-foot home is a soothing retreat in the sky.

 

4346 Park Lane

Price Range: $3,830,001 – $4,418,000
Neighborhood: Preston Hollow
Sold: August 10, 2021

From the elegant light fixtures to the ornate, coffered ceilings, a French influence is evident throughout the 8,000-square-foot home, listed by Rogers Healey.

 

2505 Welborn Street

2505 Welborn Street

Price Range: $3,830,001 – $4,418,000
Neighborhood: Oak Lawn
Sold: July 30, 2021

Located just off Oak Lawn Avenue, this Hacienda-style stunner (listed with JP Findley of Rogers Healey) is deceptively spacious. The 7,000-square-foot space features resort-worthy outdoor areas, warm Spanish-inspired interiors, and a separate, 1,730-square-foot space designed by Fooshee & Cheek (best known as the architecture firm behind Highland Park Village).

 

Most Expensive Dallas Real Estate

3901 Turtle Creek Boulevard #16

Price Range: $3,317,001 – $3,830,000
Neighborhood: Oak Lawn
Sold: July 15, 2021

One of the coveted homes in the gated Place Des Vosges along Turtle Creek Boulevard (listed by Deborah Graff of Allie Beth Allman), the jewel box property designed by architect Larry Boerder (and built by Sebastian Homes) features chandeliers made with Italian Morano crystal, luxury bathroom fixtures by Sherle Wagner, and gold leaf accents throughout the striking space.

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