July Fourth Fireworks and Fun


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The Fourth of July is almost here, and no matter where in North Texas you’re planning to be for Independence Day, there’s a way to celebrate. From Addison to Waxahachie, there is no shortage of events to toast our nation’s birth.

 

Addison Kaboom Town: July 3

Arlington 4th of July Parade : July 4

Bedford 4th Fest Independence Day Celebration: July 4

Burleson Independence Day Celebration: July 4

Celebrate Coppell – Party in the Park: June 29

Celina Splash & Blast: June 29

Cleburne 4th of July Celebration: July 4

Dallas Fair Park Fourth: July 4

Denison Fourth of July Fireworks: July 4

Denton Fourth of July Jubilee: July 4

DeSoto Old Fashioned Fourth Fireworks Celebration: July 4

Farmers Branch Independence Day Celebration: July 3

Flower Mound Independence Fest: July 3

Fort Worth 4th of July Celebration: July 4

Frisco Freedom Fest: July 4

Grand Prairie Lone Stars & Stripes Fireworks: July 4 & 5

Granbury’s Old-Fashioned 4th of July: July 3 & 4

Grapevine Lake July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza: July 4

Heath’s Independence Day Parade and Celebration: July 4

Highland Park 4th of July Parade: July 4

Irving’s Independence Day Celebration: July 4

Lake Highlands Fourth of July Parade: July 4

Lake Texoma Fireworks at Roosevelt Bridge: July 5

Lewisville Sounds of Red, White & Lewisville: July 4

Little Elm July Jubilee: July 4

Mansfield Rockin 4th of July: July 3

McKinney Red, White and Boom: July 4

Midlothian Independence Day Fireworks: July 3

Plano’s Freedom Celebration: July 4

Pottsboro’s 4th of July Fireworks at Highport Marina: July 6

Prosper’s Pride in the Sky: July 3

Richardson’s Family 4th Celebration: July 4

Rockwall’s 4th of July Parade & Fireworks: July 4

Royse City’s Celebrating Freedom Fireworks: June 28

Rowlett Fireworks on Main: July 4

Sherman Lights on the Lake: July 3

Southlake Stars & Stripes: July 3

Waxahachie Crape Myrtle Festival & Parade: July 3 & 4

Treat Dad to a Father’s Day Feast


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Celebrate dad this Father’s Day by treating him to a hearty, mouthwatering dinner. Between roasted prime rib, truffle mac and cheese and double chocolate mousse, we know what dad likes. We’ve compiled a list of our favorite spots offering special Father’s Day menus to show him how much you care.

 

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Table 13 – Addison

This Father’s Day, Table 13 will be offering a special menu with selections, including pan-seared Texas redfish with mushroom risotto and roasted prime rib with horseradish cream sauce. Enjoy your delicious meal while listening to a combination of pop and jazz by Mike Nicosia from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.

 

Del Frisco’s Grille – Dallas, Plano and Southlake

Modern. Upscale. Stylish. Dad deserves the best. Del Frisco’s Grille is offering a Father’s Day special all day, including artichoke beignets, roasted prime rib and truffle mac and cheese. Top it off with a slice of coconut cream pie, nutella bread pudding or molten chocolate cake.

 

PINSTACK – Allen

Looking to have some fun on Father’s Day? PINSTACK is right up your alley. Celebrate dad this Sunday with a 35 oz. Tomahawk bone-in ribeye, truffle mac and cheese and grilled asparagus for just $35. PINSTACK will also throw in a 20-point game card, too!

 

Morton’s The Steakhouse – Dallas

Not only is Morton’s The Steakhouse opening early at noon this Father’s Day, it is also offering a special three-course menu for $59 per person. Selections include baked five onion soup, miso-marinated sea bass and double chocolate mousse.

 

Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille – Frisco

What better way to celebrate Father’s Day than treating dad to one of the country’s premier, award-winning steakhouses? Savor a three-course dinner, including a selection of salads, Perry’s famous pork chop and a dessert trio to finish it off for $34.95 per person.

 

Gorji Restaurant – Addison

Enjoy a three-course meal for $83 per person at Gorji Restaurant, the first and only no-tipping, fine dining restaurant in Dallas. Selections include a caesar salad with marinated Spanish anchovies, bone-in pork chop, butter-seared shrimp and flourless chocolate cake.

 

The Oceanaire Seafood Room – Dallas

It doesn’t get any fresher than The Oceanaire Seafood Room. Treat dad to a 10 oz. center-cut filet with a whole steamed lobster, jumbo shrimp scampi or crab cakes for $75 per person. Check out the bar for $1 oysters all day!

 

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar – Plano

Enjoy a three-course prix fixe dinner at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar, a restaurant specializing in “blending the signature smoked BBQ flavors of Texas with inspiration from culturally diverse cooking styles.” Delicious offerings include lobster bisque, 35 oz. prime Tomahawk, three-layer carrot cake and a premium bourbon tasting.

 

Steve Fields Steak and Lobster Lounge – Plano

From noon to 8 p.m., Steve Fields Steak and Lobster Lounge is serving a special Father’s Day menu, including bronzed salmon salad, hand-carved roasted prime rib of beef and macadamia nut-crusted pacific halibut. Dad will even receive a special gift from the staff!

 

Corrientes 348 Argentinian Steakhouse – Dallas

Step out of your comfort zone and treat dad to a sophisticated Argentinian steakhouse meal in the heart of Downtown Dallas. This Father’s Day, Corrientes 348 Argentinian Steakhouse is offering a special $115 family-style Parrillada, including a New York strip, grilled boneless chicken legs and polenta fries served on a sizzling hot parrilla.

Where to Dine With Your Valentine


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Valentine’s Day is this week, but it’s never too late to make plans. We’ve pulled together some of our favorite North Texas dinner spots offering special Valentine’s Day menus.

 

Dee Lincoln Prime – Frisco

Enjoy a four-course dinner on Valentine’s Day at Dee Lincoln Prime, an upscale steakhouse located in “The Star” at the World Headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys. Delicious offerings include grilled quail, chilean sea bass and white chocolate cheesecake for $85 per person.

 

Lavendou Bistro Provençal – Dallas

Classic French bistro, Lavendou Bistro Provençal, will be offering a delicious three-course meal on Valentine’s Day for $69.95 per person. Selections from the chef include lobster bisque, filet mignon and red velvet cake.

 

Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille – Dallas, Frisco, Grapevine

Enjoy a three-course meal at any time of the evening at Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille in Frisco. Book your reservation before 5:30 p.m. for the $59.95 per person option, or after 5:45 p.m. for $74.95 per person.

 

Princi Italia – Plano

This restaurant specializes in “scratch-made Italian fare” prepared using modern techniques. This Valentine’s Day, Princi Italia will offer a four-course dinner for $55 per person. Special selections include beef carpaccio, lobster salad, chilean sea bass and chocolate Italian cream cake.

 

Bistro 31 – Dallas

This classic restaurant in Highland Park Village dishes up savory American and European classics with a modern twist. This Valentine’s Day, Bistro 31 will offer selections including petite sweet oysters, charred tomato soup and lobster.

 

Del Frisco’s Grille – Dallas, Plano, Southlake

If you’re looking for something romantic yet low-key on Valentine’s Day, Del Frisco’s is a great choice. This traditional American steakhouse is offering a sophisticated yet fun Valentine’s Day menu, including shareable appetizers and desserts galore.

 

Table 13 – Addison

This restaurant specializes in fine dining, live music and reliving the 1960s. Table 13 is offering a chef-prepared, fixed-price dinner for $75 per person this Valentine’s Day. Choose from jumbo lump crab cake, shrimp cocktail or bacon-wrapped dates for your starter, and select from a number of delicious entrée options.

 

Abacus – Dallas

Enjoy a four-course menu for Valentine’s Day at Abacus, an upscale restaurant with a relaxed ambience and a passion for food. For $90 per person, enjoy a range of selections from venison empanadas, wagyu beef and lobster thermidor.

 

Sambuca 360 – Plano

This Valentine’s Day, Sambuca 360 will be offering a savory three-course dinner for $55 per person with delicious offerings, including crab bisque, pan-roasted halibut and white chocolate cheesecake. The entertainment for the night will be Memory Trip, a rock and blues band from Dallas.

 

Bullion – Dallas

Dying to take a trip to France? Bullion is the epitome of French cuisine in Dallas and is offering a Valentine’s Day dinner for $135 per person. Enjoy selections from Michelin Star-awarded Chef Bruno Davaillon, including elevated cocktails, peekytoe crab, scallops and a raspberry poached apple.

10 Must-See Open Houses This Weekend


If you’re in the market for a home in North Texas, you’ve come to the right place. Enjoy your weekend with Ebby Halliday Realtors at these exceptional properties.

 

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4630 Melissa Lane | North Dallas | $1,225,000

 

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4506 Gilbert AvenueOak Lawn | $975,000

 

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2205 Condor Street | Flower Mound | $749,900

 

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711 Cambridge Manor Lane | Coppell | $689,900

 

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4424 Highlander DriveFar North Dallas | $585,000

 

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167 Springbrook Drive | Prosper | $550,000

 

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1425 Lamp Post Lane | Richardson | $456,000

 

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15762 Seabolt Place, No. 78 | Addison | $449,900

 

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5517 Dearborn Lane | Garland | $395,000

 

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2011 Shoal Creek Trail | Garland | $325,000

 

To view all the wonderful homes open this weekend and discover dates and times, visit EbbyOpenHouses.com.

Fourth of July Fun


Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge with fireworks

The Fourth of July is almost here, and no matter where in North Texas you’re planning to be for Independence Day, there’s a way to celebrate. From Addison to Waxahachie, there is no shortage of events to toast our nation’s birth. See them all below:

 

Addison Kaboom Town: July 3

Arlington 4th of July Parade : July 4

Bedford Independence Day Celebrations: July 4

Burleson Independence Day Celebration: July 4

Celebrate Coppell – Party in the Park: June 30

Cleburne 4th of July Celebration: July 4

Dallas Fair Park Fourth: July 4

Denison Fourth of July Fireworks: July 4

DeSoto Old Fashioned Fourth Fireworks Celebration: July 4

Farmers Branch Independence Day Celebration: July 3

Flower Mound Independence Fest: July 4

Fort Worth 4th of July Celebration: July 4

Frisco Freedom Fest: July 4

Grand Prairie Lone Stars & Stripes Fireworks: July 3 & 4

Granbury’s Old-Fashioned 4th of July: July 3 & 4

Grapevine Lake July 4 Fireworks Extravaganza: July 4

Heath’s Annual Fourth of July Parade & Celebration: July 4

Highland Park 4th of July Parade: July 4

Irving’s Independence Day Parade: July 4

Lake Highlands Fourth of July Parade: July 4

Lewisville Red, White and Lewisville Fireworks and Parade: July 4

Little Elm July Jubilee: July 4

Mansfield Rockin Fourth of July: July 3

McKinney Red, White and Boom: July 4

Midlothian’s Independence Day Fireworks: July 3

Plano’s All American Fourth: July 4

Pottsboro’s Lake Texoma Fourth of July Celebrations: July 4

Richardson’s Family Fourth of July: July 4

Rockwall Fourth of July Parade & Fireworks: July 4

Royse City 4th Fest and Fireworks: June 29

Rowlett Fireworks on Main Street: July 4

Sherman Lights on the Lake: July 3

Southlake Stars & Stripes Celebration: July 3

Waxahachie Crape Myrtle Festival & Parade: July 3-4

This Week in Food & Beverage News


This Week in Food & Beverage News

Taste-testers rejoice, this week is all about samples thanks to a myriad of festivals going on in DFW. There’s also a lot going on in terms of new openings and closings. Read about it all below.

 

Wednesday, May 13:

Oak Cliff Cellars Wine Dinner: A five-course meal paired with Oak Cliff Cellars wines will be prepared by Chef DAT at Twenty Seven. The menu features crudo of sea scallop, lobster relleno soup, brisket of cabrito, bleucheese cake and more.

 

Thursday, May 14:

CultureMap Tastemaker Awards: Eat your way through samplings from Dallas’ top culinary talents with a side of specialty cocktails and beer provided by this year’s Bartender of the Year nominees. Join the fun beginning at 7pm at the Empire Room. Proceeds benefit Café Momentum.

 

Dallas Fish Market Takes Back the Night: Join Dallas Fish Market as they refresh happy hour beginning this Thursday. They’re featuring Hendrick’s Gin cocktails and bites from their new bar menu.

 

Friday, May 15:

Main Street Fest: The 31st-annual festival celebrating craft beer is back in Grapevine, Friday through Sunday. Even though the event centers around beer, it promises to be a great time for the whole family.

 

March of Wines Gala & Auction: Good wine, good food, and good music for a good cause. Head to Times Ten Cellars for an event that benefits multiple local charities beginning at 7pm.

 

Saturday, May 16:

Addison Fork & Cork: The annual, two-day event is back this weekend celebrating chefs, breweries, wineries and spirit makers. Friday’s festivities begin at 6pm and Saturday’s begin at noon.

 

Taste of Irving: Back for a second year, this free, outdoor festival features family-friendly activities and food from a variety of Irving restaurants as well as live music and a marketplace.

 

Sunday, May 17:

Sunday Cinema Series at Knife: During select Sundays in 2015, Knife will host guests for a screening of a culinary-themed film, gourmet bites, craft beer, and guest speakers. This Sunday’s event features a screening of Chef.

 

News:

BrainDead Brewing: Though it’s been open since March, the Main St. brewery released it’s first batch of house-brewed beer on May 11.

 

Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza: The California-based pizza chain with a build-your-own setup will open it’s first Texas location on May 21 in Frisco. According to the site’s “Locations,” there is also a Fort Worth location “coming soon.”

 

Good Union Urban Barbecue: Richardson’s CityLine complex will be the home to a new BBQ restaurant, set to open in Fall 2015. It’s a sibling chain to Bone Daddy’s.

 

HG Sply. Co.: The Lower Greenville restaurant has plans to open a Fort Worth location in late 2015.

 

Kitchen LTO: The newest chef and artist at Kitchen LTO are Anastasia Quinones and Crimson Shults, respectively. They’ll take over the Trinity Groves spot beginning with dinner on June 2. Quinones will maintain her position through 2015.

 

Scotch & Sausage: The Oak Lawn concept has sold and the former spot is now operating as Le Taco Cantina.

 

Image vie CultureMap Dallas

Interior Lighting: How To Do It Right


Did you know that lighting is one of the most important elements in your home? We’ve talked about the importance of natural light, but interior light is just as important. When natural light isn’t available, due to lack of windows or time of day, the mood and brightness of your home is dictated by interior lighting. Additionally, light fixtures are a large part of design and personal style. Here are a few tips to get the most out of your lighting:

 

1. Diversify: Use multiple sources for light so that the ambiance just right. Think about a mix of recessed ceiling lights, chandeliers, sconces, floor lamps, table lamps, and under mounted lighting solutions. A combination will throw light in different directions and create more generalized glow.

 

2. Focal Points: Use task lighting and directed light to highlight art, plants, dining tables, and unique decor.

 

3. Dimmers: Consider installing dimmers in entertaining spaces like dining rooms, media rooms, living rooms, and bedrooms. Being able to set the mood for a meal, movie, or cozy night by the fire makes a high difference.

 

4. Read the Room: Different rooms call for different lighting heights, sizes, and illuminations. For example, overhead lighting makes more sense in a kitchen than is does in a bedroom. Smaller lamps, sconces, and delicate chandeliers are better suited in bedrooms and bathrooms than large living spaces.

 

5. Which Watt?: Always follow the instructions on your light fixture for maximum wattage, but don’t be afraid to take it down a notch. If the light fixture is more for decor than actual illumination, consider using low-wattage bulbs, which use less energy. Typical wattages range from 40 (for reading) and 80 (for putting on make up), but this wattage can be achieved with multiple fixtures.

 

6. Decor: The fixtures you choose have an impact on your space visually as well. Make sure to keep the overall look and feel of the room in mind when selecting fixtures, but don’t be afraid to go bold. A statement floor lamp or chandelier is the perfect way to pack a big punch of style with just one piece of decor.

 

DFW homeowners clearly know the importance of interior lighting, just look at great examples found in our homes for sale. From modern to victorian and floor lamps to recessed lighting, there’s a lighting solution that will “brighten” your home and mood in just the right way.

Interior Lighting: How To Do It Right

^6838 Stefani Drive, DallasInterior Lighting: How To Do It Right

^9427 Monteleon Court, Dallas (For Lease)Interior Lighting: How To Do It Right

^1412 Teaberry Court, PlanoInterior Lighting: How To Do It Right

^12744 Hawktree Road, FriscoInterior Lighting: How To Do It Right

^2411 Laguna Lane, ArlingtonInterior Lighting: How To Do It Right

^6316 Caroline Drive, FriscoInterior Lighting: How To Do It Right

^12744 Hawktree Road, FriscoInterior Lighting: How To Do It Right

^1412 Teaberry Court, PlanoInterior Lighting: How To Do It Right

^1823 Canyon Court, AllenInterior Lighting: How To Do It Right

^5055 Addison Circle #204, AddisonInterior Lighting: How To Do It Right

^8000 Choctaw Lane, McKinneyInterior Lighting: How To Do It Right^7022 Pasadena Ave., Dallas

Images via Ebby.com & Shoot2Sell

This Week in Food & Beverage News


This Week in Food & Beverage News

We have some huge announcements for the future of restaurants in 2015, but while you wait, check out a few awesome food and drink-centric events going on this week.

 

Tuesday, Jan. 6:

Kitchen LTO: Chef Blythe Beck is back by popular demand. After major backing from social media fans, the chef will remain at her executive position at Kitchen LTO for another four months. Stop by and see what all the hype is about today when she debuts new lunch and dinner menus including mini beer-battered corn dogs, champagne brie bisque, garlic shrimp with jalapeño bacon cheddar grits, chicken fried quail and waffles and more.

 

Rahr & Son’s Pint Night: The Gingerman Fort Worth and Southlake will host pint nights on Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively. Both will feature Rahr’s Bourbon Barrel Aged Winter Warmer and you’ll get a limited edition BBAWW tulip glass.

 

Wednesday, Jan. 7:

Lakewood Brewing Tapping at Bottle Shop: The brewery’s newest additions, the 2014 Bourbon Barrel Temptress and Sin Mint, both imperial milk stouts, will be on tap at Greenville Ave’s WBC Bottle Shop. Join in the celebration and get a free glass.

 

Thursday, Jan. 8:

Henderson Avenue Country Club Grand Opening: At the beginning of December, we reported that this honky-tonk joint would open in January and now the time is upon us. Celebrate with brisket, catfish, smoked quail, habanero cheddar grits and more, plus craft cocktails, beer, and music by Texas artists.

 

Saturday, Jan. 10:

3rd-Annual Chocolate Momentum Tour: Does it get better than eating chocolate for a good cause? Taste treats from Kate Weiser Chocolate, Village Baking Company, Isabelly’s Sweet Treats and others during this event brought to you by Dallas Bites Food Tours. You get all of this, including transportation, a tour guide, and food and beverage samples for just $39. A portion of each ticket benefits Cafe Momentum and its dedication to at-risk youth.

 

Sunday, Jan. 11:

Taste of the Championship: Local top chefs are getting in on the celebration of the first College Football National Championship, which comes to North Texas January 12. 18 chefs and 10 former NFL and college legends, including Tim Brown, Larry Brown, Tony Dorsett, Randy White and more, will be at the Irving Convention Center. Proceeds benefit the College Football Playoff Foundation and North Texas Food Bank.

 

News:

East Hampton Sandwich Co.: Owner and Dallas-native, Hunter Pond made the Forbes 2015 30 Under 30 List in Food & Wine.

 

Ida Claire: The restaurant group Fork It Over- think Velvet Taco, Whiskey Cake and Mexican Sugar- are planning to open a “Southern gastropub” in Addison early next summer. Expect twists on southern classics, beautiful cocktails, and Southern hospitality with a rebellious side.

 

Grip Mediterranean Grill & Ali Baba: The Preston Center Mediterranean restaurant has closed its doors. This coincided with the closing of its sibling restaurant Ali Baba in Lakewood.

 

Patina Green Home and Market: The McKinney gourmet sandwich shop will begin dinner service in April after it undergoes a remodel. Dinner menu items will rotate on a weekly basis.

 

Remedy: Greenville Ave’s newest restaurant opened last Friday, Jan. 2nd. We’ve been waiting for this one for a while and we’ve heard great things! Head over for a fish sandwich, homemade pimento cheese and buttermilk biscuits, hushpuppies, “The Bob Sundae” with dark chocolate ice cream, caramel, potato chips and salt, and more.

 

Smoke Plano: The guys behind the popular barbecue spot in Oak Cliff plan to open a second location in West Plano by the end of 2015.

 

Snap Kitchen Addison: Yesterday, Jan. 5, Addison became Snap’s fifth Dallas location. Snap Kitchen is dedicated to healthy grab-and-go options and also offers healthy pre-packaged meals.

 

Snuffer’s Addison: The iconic burger and cheese-fry restaurant hopes to open doors at an Addison location in spring 2015.

 

Spoon: John Tesar will close the restaurant and move it to a new location to open in January 2016. After experiencing extraordinary success recently, Tesar plans to form his own company and open Spoon in a hotel setting. He’s also planning to open an Italian restaurant named Fork in spring 2015.

 

Taqueria La Ventana: The owner of Mesa Maya and El Fenix is planning a “casual taco” concept to open by late spring 2015.

 

Image via Henderson Avenue Country Club Facebook page

Fresh Listing Friday: Bright & Beautiful Condo


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Happy Friday, all! This week on Fresh Listing Friday, we’re taking a closer look at the condominium at 5055 Addison Circle #201 in Addison. It has so much to offer and is outfitted with wonderful finishes.

 

Here are the important details you need to know:

-2 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, 2,175 sq. ft and 2 parking spaces listed for $265,000

-Open floor plan with many windows and refinished, light hardwood flooring

-A balcony and a large patio

-Access to a pool and grill area, fire pit, and concierge service

-HOA fees include internet and cable

 

Now let’s get to the pictures (Remember, you can click any of them to see the full property page):

Fresh Listing Friday: Bright & Beautiful Condo

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^View from the front of the unit looking towards the back where a half bath, two full baths, two bedrooms and the patio can be foundFresh Listing Friday: Bright & Beautiful Condo

^Dining/living area at the front of the unit with recess lighting and balcony access through French doorsFresh Listing Friday: Bright & Beautiful Condo

^Open kitchen with granite countertops, a peninsula with seating, stainless-steel appliances including a gas cooktop, and ample cabinetry and storage

Fresh Listing Friday: Bright & Beautiful Condo

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^One of two bathrooms, this one with dual sinks and a large glass shower. Both full bathrooms feature marble flooring and countertops.Fresh Listing Friday: Bright & Beautiful Condo^Spacious patio at the back of the unit

 

To see all the listings that were new to the DFW housing market this week, click here.

What $2 Million Gets You in DFW


We’re always curious about what you can get for the money in different areas around D-FW. So, today we’re exploring 9 homes that can be yours for a cool $2,000,000.

 

Take a look at these beautiful listings in Dallas, Dalworthington Gardens, Mabank, Pottsboro, Addison, Celina and Fort Worth.

What $2 Million Gets You in DFW

^$1,999,999: 17711 Cedar Creek Canyon Drive, Dallas

What $2 Million Gets You in DFW

^1,999,000: 3629 Wooded Creek Circle, Dalworthington Gardens

What $2 Million Gets You in DFW

^$1,949,000: 9029 Broken Arrow Lane, Dallas

What $2 Million Gets You in DFW

^$1,899,000: 10 Island Drive, Mabank

What $2 Million Gets You in DFW

^$1,875,000: 2555 N. Pearl St., #1402, Dallas

What $2 Million Gets You in DFW

^$1,850,000: 624 Lukehaven Drive, Pottsboro

 What $2 Million Gets You in DFW

^$1,750,000: 14901 Lake Forest Drive, Addison

What $2 Million Gets You in DFW

^$1,695,000: 6600 W. FM 455, Celina

What $2 Million Gets You in DFW^$1,680,000: 3616 Middlewood Drive, Fort Worth