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Dallas Texas Luxury Homes for Sale

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6168 Beverly Drive, Frisco, TX - $4,200,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 4.3 Baths
  • 8,919 SQFT
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Main House Includes 8016 Sqft And Office-workshop Includes 903 Sqft For A Total Of 8919sqft Per Appraiser. One-of-a-kind Dream Home Overlooks Serene Lake On Just Under An Acre! Full Height & Full Masonry Cast Stone Fireplaces, Murray's Iron Works ...

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4106 Creekdale Drive, Dallas, TX - $1,450,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 5.1 Baths
  • 4,472 SQFT
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Step Inside This Fresh And Light Beauty! This One Level Williamsburg Custom Built Home Was Masterfully Crafted For Endless Opportunities To Entertain With A Fresh And Open Floorplan. The Beautiful Chef’s Kitchen Is Open To Living Area With Pool ...

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4250 Cedarbrush, Dallas, TX - $1,075,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 4.1 Baths
  • 3,895 SQFT
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Charming Single Story Ranch Home Near The Hockaday Square Neighborhood. Updated Home Including 4 Bedrooms Each With Their Own Bath, Large Game Room, Office , Sleek Kitchen Updated In 2013 Featuring Large Center Island, Commercial Grade Appliances,...

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3905 Beverly, Highland Park, TX - $12,500,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 4.1 Baths
  • 7,579 SQFT
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Available For The First Time In Over 50 Years, This Highland Park Residence Is The Most Opulent Tudor Mansion In Highland Park History. Designed By Well-known Architect Cd Hill In 1924 This Iconic Estate Sits On 1.03 Acres. This Prestigious Pro...

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6003 Lakehurst Avenue, Dallas, TX - $2,100,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • Baths
  • 6,702 SQFT
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Lauderdale Custom Homes' Newest Creation Is Just Thirty Days From Completion. Comfortable-open Floorplan, Top Of The Line Finishes And Clean Lines Throughout Will Leave You Feeling Refreshed. Multiple Living Spaces: Media Room, Gameroom, Living Ro...

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3316 Greenbrier Drive, University Park, TX - $1,375,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,605 SQFT
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Light And Bright With Recent Updates Including Decorative Lighting And Fresh Paint. Move-in Ready With A Flexible Floor Plan Including A Second Downstairs Master Which Could Be Optional Mother-n-law Suite! See The Floor Plans In Documents For Your...

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6744 Alexander Drive, Dallas, TX - $1,750,300

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 3.1 Baths
  • 4,103 SQFT
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Phenomenal, One-of-a-kind, Contemporary Architecture, In Lakewood. One Level Of Gracious Living With 3 Living Areas, Dining, Study. 3 Bedrooms With An Additional Sitting Area, Study Which Could Be Converted To 4th Bedroom, 3.5 Baths. Its On .5 Acr...

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6340 Brookshire, Dallas, TX - $1,795,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 5.1 Baths
  • 5,890 SQFT
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Idyllic Craftsman Tudor Preston Hollow Home With English Charm! High Ceilings, Hardwood Floors, Expansive Windows And Exceptional Finish Out! Recently Updated Chef's Kitchen Is The Center Of The Home With Top Of The Line Appliances And Features. M...

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6480 Bluffview Drive, Frisco, TX - $1,250,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 4.1 Baths
  • 5,129 SQFT
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Exquisite Estate In Prestigious Chapel Creek! Fresh Paint & Updated Fixtures, Beautiful Woodwork, Cathedral Beamed Ceilings, Intricately Detailed Fireplaces, Antique Vanities, And Desirable Floor Plan With Downstairs Master & Guest Suite. Dream Ki...

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4672 S Versailles Avenue, Highland Park, TX - $1,399,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 4.1 Baths
  • 4,155 SQFT
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Freshly Updated In West Highland Park! Immaculate Kitchen With Bosch, Viking And Subzero Appliances Opens To Oversized Family Room, Lined With Sliding Doors Overlooking Pool. Formal Living And Dining As Well As Downstairs Guest Suite. Remaining En...

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8539 Forest Hills Boulevard, Dallas, TX - $1,695,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 5.1 Baths
  • 5,452 SQFT
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Meticulously Maintained 2006 Custom Built Home With Amazing Location! House Features Hardwoods Throughout, Study, Formal Dining, 4 Separate Living Areas, Wine Storage, Wet Bar, 3 Car Garage, 2 Outdoor Storage Buildings, Video Surveillance System,...

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10853 Camellia Drive, Dallas, TX - $2,095,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 5.2 Baths
  • 6,035 SQFT
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Clean Lined Modern Preston Hollow Home With Transitional Influences Situated On A 100x180 Corner Lot With Stucco & Cut Stone Exterior, Tile Roof & Custom Iron & Glass Front Door. Master Suite Down With Fp, His & Her Walk-in Closets, Marble Finishe...

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2929 Rosedale Avenue, University Park, TX - $1,550,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 4.1 Baths
  • 4,801 SQFT
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'living It Up On Rosedale', Entertain In Flowing Open Spaces With Every Room A Family Needs For Years To Come With A Short Walk To Burleson Park. Gas Lit Entry To Covered Porch Opens To Spacious Foyer With Tall Ceilings, Hand Scraped Hardwoods An...

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24 Saint Laurent Place, Dallas, TX - $1,495,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 3.1 Baths
  • 4,450 SQFT
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This Wonderfully Maintained One-owner Home Is In A Fabulous Caruth Homeplace Location. Upon Entry, The Gracious Formal Rooms Are Perfect For Entertaining, And Look Upon The Two Landscaped Courtyards On Either Side Of The Property. The Master Bedro...

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3317 Rankin Street, University Park, TX - $1,825,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 4.3 Baths
  • 5,340 SQFT
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New Construction In Hpisd. July Completion. 4 Bed, 4 Full And 3 Half Bath, 2-car Garage. Situated In The Middle Of A Quiet Street, A Short Walk To Snyder Plaza For Dining And Shopping; Truly A Perfect University Park Lifestyle Home! Beautiful W...

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Listing information last updated on June 28th, 2017 at 7:01pm CDT.

Overview

Dallas TX luxury homes for sale are located mainly in the north Dallas, northwest Dallas and east Dallas areas of the city. Luxury real estate in Dallas TX is generally defined as real estate over the $1,000,000 price point. The luxury real estate can be found in both single, detached homes, condos and high rise condos throughout the city. The zip codes with the most luxury homes in Dallas will be in the following zips: 75201, 75209, 75214, 75220, 75225, 75229, 75230, 75248, 75254.

Dallas Luxury Real Estate Statistics

Total Luxury Homes for Sale in Dallas TX: 2,238
Avg Home Price for Luxury Real Estate in Dallas TX: $980,005
Highest Home Price for Luxury Real Estate in Dallas TX: $48,900,000
Lowest Home Price for Luxury Real Estate in Dallas TX: $175,000

Dallas Luxury Real Estate


Luxury homes in Dallas may be found in a variety of architectural styles like traditional, contemporary, Mediterranean, French, English and European inspired.  Typically, the luxury real estate in Dallas will start at $1,000,000 and price up to over $20,000,000 for very special properties.  Square footage on these luxury properties start around 5000 square feet but will usually have over 10000 square feet for the very expensive homes.  The very expensive homes usually begin in price around $4,000,000.

Both North Dallas and Northwest Dallas hold some of the most expensive luxury real estate in the area.  In North Dallas, the following subdivisions and areas are popular places to begin your luxury search - Baron, Sunnybrook Estates, Meadowood Estates, Inwood Road, Wilemon, Creeks of Preston Hollow, Glen Abbey at Ash Bluff, Cochran Chapel Road, Lobello Estates, Sanric Estates, Preston Hollow, McFarlane, Oaks at Williamsburg, Wilson Estates, El Parado and Lake Forest.

The popular luxury neighborhoods in Northwest Dallas are as follows: Walnut Hill Highlands, Midway Hills Terrace, Lyndhurst, North Ridge Park, Kelman Park Lane, Avalon, Preston Hills and Caruth Hills.

Luxury Home Builders


New luxury real estate in Dallas is available from custom builders like: Alford HomesThomas Signature HomesBella Custom HomesBella Vita Custom HomesHawkins-Welwood HomesJauregui Custom HomesSteve Roberts Luxury HomesSharif Munir Custom Homes and Simmons Estate Homes.

If you are interested in learning more about Dallas TX luxury homes for sale, contact one of our best Dallas Realtors via telephone at 972-342-0000 or on the email contact form.  We look forward to helping you with homes and luxury real estate in Dallas TX.

All Real Estate for Sale in Dallas, Texas

There's on sure thing about Texas houses in general and Dallas houses in particular--like hair, bigger is always better. But when you're talking about certain styles of homes, the term "luxury" pops up every now and again but doesn't seem to have a standard accepted meaning. You'll see ads for luxury homes in gated communities, at the beach, on ranches, and even in high-rise condos. 

Luxury is a singular concept--one man's castle is another man's headache. But allowing for differences in style and taste, keeping in mind that you just can't fix tacky, what exactly IS a luxury home? The overall definition is a home that's worth more than a million dollars, but real estate prices across the country are so variable that the number isn't a realistic indicator. Five million dollars in Dallas buys a lot more house than the same money in Beverly Hills, where the average home goes for around eight million. 

First and foremost, it's not necessarily a home that's several thousand square feet with a lot of windows. The landscapes are overloaded with gigantic tract mansions--yes, they're big and flashy and have all the trendy doodads, but they're a far cry from true luxury. Real luxury is unique---custom features designed for the homeowner that aren't found in other homes. For a cigar aficionado, a walk-in humidor--definitely a pair of period cigar chairs, and perhaps a small wet bar so he doesn't have to leave le smoking for a brandy. Wine cellars have been all the rage lately, but a cellar with French champagne racks and custom cedar racks that accommodate the slightly different bottle shapes of Bordeaux and Burgundy--that's luxury. And this cellar and humidor can exist in the finished basements of otherwise ordinary houses. 

For the matriarch of a large family, luxury is a home everybody can come home to--lots of bedrooms and bathrooms, an assortment of sitting rooms and a couple of kitchens--she has limited interest in the latest climate control technology but is vitally aware of the number of water heaters she'll need when all the family comes for Thanksgiving. If she's a gardener, a yard large enough to indulge her passions for plants, and a greenhouse for wintering over delicate specimens, starting new cuttings and cultivating her camellias, roses, or orchids. 

Aside from unique custom features, there are a few characteristics of luxury homes that are fairly consistent. Size really doesn't matter when it comes to luxury, since a thousand-square-foot loft in San Fransisco is as high-end as an estate in Connecticut.

Elevators are de riguer in most luxury homes that are more than one level. In a Manhattan apartment, the elevator doors open directly into the foyer. Interestingly enough, lots of elevator doors open directly into another popular feature in luxe living, the home fitness center. When you're really rich you never take the stairs to go work out. The fitness center mimics a private gym in many respects--special flooring, state of the art equipment, sauna and steam rooms--just nobody else around and probably better magazines.

 People who live in luxury homes entertain a lot, and outdoor entertaining is really popular almost everywhere in the country. All this party-giving means  second kitchens, seating, and dining areas outside--and not just a built-in grill and mini-fridge. These are full gourmet kitchens with cooktops, ovens, dishwashers, and refrigerators--and a built in grill with several cooking temperatures. Vaulted ceilings over a loggia have heat lamps in case the roaring fire in the stone fireplace isn't putting out enough heat. The TVs that hang over these fireplaces are specially sealed against humidity and you can bet the sound system is state of the art and a tablet controls it all.

For many homebuyers, getting into the luxury market means lots of upgrades in all the bells and whistles that go into a home. For others, it's acreage or that home gym. Whatever your idea of luxury, please contact us to see the local market in deluxe housing. If you're worried you're not quite there yet, consider this. In Silicon Valley, a second bathroom is considered a huge luxury--so it really is in the eye of the beholder.

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