We love homes of every shape, size, location, and material, but one of the classics will always be brick. Maybe this idea links back to the story The Three Little Pigs, where the brick home was told to be the most sturdy and safe, there’s just something about the look of this material that feels timeless. Whether you currently live in a home made out of brick, stucco, wood, or anything in between, we think you ll appreciate these nine brick homes that just hit the market.
At 4139 Herschel in Dallas, this brick home features a variety of colors in the red and brown families. The off-white accents around the windows and the front door give this property character and appeal. Multiple gray roofs complement the brick and add a layer interest and appeal. The inside of this home has just as much to offer, making it one you should definitely learn more about.
Located in the Frisco, this brick home at 3617 Bloomfield Lane isn t your traditional red brick home. The brick color ranges from dark brown to almost white, making the home look speckled and unique. With two stories, lush landscaping, and fabulous amenities inside, this home is worth a good, long look.
The home at 3625 Southwestern Blvd in University Park is outfitted with assorted brick details. There are borders around the windows, openings in the peaks of the house, and an ornate brick design to the left of the home. This brick is a deeper red that varies only by a few darker shades. With all this and wonderful amenities inside, this brick home is a hard one to pass up.
A French, brick home in Garland can be found at 2714 Woods Lane. This brick is lighter in color, like some rosy shade of white. Dynamic architecture creates multiple levels of brick covered walls, as well as many heights of roofing. Large windows allow light to flood into the lovely interior of this home. You ve just got to check out all the amenities for yourself.
More unique brickwork makes up the house at 2340 Briar Court in Frisco. An array of colors make up this speckled-looking home, which is every bit unique as each brick used to build it. Lush green landscaping stand out and complements this home, which has nothing but positives on the other side of the front door.
In Plano, the home at 5837 Wavertree Lane is a one-story with brick in red, brown, and white. Tall trees frame this beautiful home and make the brick pop, giving this home all the curb appeal and charm it could ever need. Dark French doors further accent the brick and lead into a home filled with desirable features.
Brick is a wonderful material for all types of housing, as seen with this wonderful condo at 5737 Live Oak in Dallas. Made out of a light, beige brick, this three-story condo is a poster child for the versatility, reliability, and stability of this material. If a condo is what you seek, look no further than this work of brick masonry.
Back in Plano, at 1708 Greenway Drive, is a brick home in a lighter hue of red. Here, brick creates wonderful detail around the arched front entryway and door, as well as around the home’s many windows. Layers of brick create interest and only add to the wonderful floor plan and architecture inside.
Last, but not least, is a home at 12416 Meadow Landing Drive in Frisco. The red brick used for this house creates a grand, two-story entry that frames the front door and the large window above it. Layers of brickwork form borders around the windows, garage, and sides of the home. It s no surprise that the wonderful exterior is matched by an interior of the same caliber.
We hope you enjoyed today’s edition of Of The Day, and that you take the chance to tour each one of these beautiful brick homes using the above links. If brick isn’t your thing though, not to worry, there are plenty more days left in the year!