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Tudor Style Homes for Sale Dallas Texas

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2700 Fairmount Street, Dallas, TX - $6,790,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4.1 Baths
  • 16,832 SQFT
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Designed By Architects Herbert Miller Greene And His Partner James P. Hubbell (dallas News Building 1897 & Downtown Neiman Marcus). This Remarkable Beaux Arts Style Structure Has Been Respectively Preserved And Creatively Renovated Into Tasteful E...

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10200 Hollow Way Road, Dallas, TX - $5,500,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 7.1 Baths
  • 9,017 SQFT
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Majestic Preston Hollow Estate Behind Private Gates On 1.53 Lushly Landscaped Acres With Expansive Vistas Of A Lake With Fountain, Large Rooms, Soaring Cathedral Ceilings, Formal Dining + Morning Room, Gourmet Kitchen & Abundant Butler’s Pantry…th...

6726 Lakewood Boulevard, Dallas, TX - $3,865,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 4.2 Baths
  • 5,959 SQFT
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One Of A Kind Estate By Charles Dilbeck. The Main House Features 5 Bedrooms, 4 Full Baths, 2 Half Baths And Over 5900 Square Feet. Stunning Kitchen Is Light & Bright With Marble Countertops, And Opens To The Den & Outdoor Living Space. The Detach...

4119 Shorecrest Drive, Dallas, TX - $1,995,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 4,233 SQFT
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Wooded .68 Acre Creek Lot In Bluffview Is A Rare Find With A Constant View Of Nature's Glory. European Style Home Was Taken To The Studs, Expanded & Features Scraped Hardwoods, Gourmet Island Kitchen, Commercial Grade Wolf 8 Burner Range, Builtin ...

6431 Lupton Drive, Dallas, TX - $1,875,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 5.2 Baths
  • 6,697 SQFT
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English Country Tudor In Preston Hollow. This Gorgeous Custom Home Has Extraordinary Drive-up Appeal Is Situated On A Large 100x180 Lot. With Nearly 6,700sf Of Living Space There Are 5 Beds (master+guest Down), 5.2 Baths, 4 La, And A 3-car Garage....

7102 Shook Avenue, Dallas, TX - $1,499,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 4.1 Baths
  • 4,543 SQFT
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Classically Traditional Home Custom-built For Most Discerning Tastes & Style. Foyer With Marble Floors, Sweeping Staircase, 24ft Tall Ceilings. Kitchen Has 2 Islands, 3 Level Cabinets, 42in Subzero, 48in Range Top, Enormous Counter Space Under 14f...

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6347 Tremont Street, Dallas, TX - $1,495,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3.1 Baths
  • 4,256 SQFT
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Built By Dines & Kraft & Overlooking The Lcc, This 4-3.1bath Updated Lakewood Home Features An Entry W-intricate Iron Banister Leading Upstairs W-leaded & Stained Glass Windows, 10’ Coved Ceilings, Classic Wall Sconces.chef’s Kitchen W-48” Dynasty...

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7341 Dominique Drive, Dallas, TX - $1,489,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 4.2 Baths
  • 5,205 SQFT
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Stately Tudor In Coveted Lakewood Location Blocks From White Rock Lake! .32 Acres-85x164,huge Backyard W Outdoor Living.kitchen Boast Ge Monogram Appliances W Butlers Pantry Including Wine Ref.breathtaking Downstairs Master Retreat W Dbl Shower,fr...

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6910 Frontierwood Place, Dallas, TX - $1,479,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 4.1 Baths
  • 4,835 SQFT
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Newly Developed Gated Private Access Community W 4 Homesites Featuring Private Pond & Dock In The Heart Of Lakewood!serene Setting W Mature Trees,beautifully Maintained Common Areas & Private Street. Both 6910 & 6920 Are Available. 6910 Fronti...

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6665 Avalon Avenue, Dallas, TX - $1,450,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 2.1 Baths
  • 4,012 SQFT
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Dines & Kraft Style W Original Leaded Windows In Sun-filled Rooms. Freshly Painted, Refurbished Roof. Country French Kitchen Portuguese Tile. Original Tile On Fireplaces In Lr & Dr. 3rd Floor Flex Space W Vaulted Ceilings. Covered Porch W Cool Bre...

6861 Lakewood Boulevard, Dallas, TX - $1,249,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 3.1 Baths
  • 4,160 SQFT
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Rare 1928 3-story Dines & Kraft Tudor Sits On The Corner Of Lakewood & Lakeshore And Is Restored To Perfection With Dual Entries, Stained Glass Windows, Arched Doorways, Crown Moldings, Hardwoods, 2 Fireplaces, Original Tile Floors, Sconces, Hardw...

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1151 N Plymouth Road, Dallas, TX - $995,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 3.1 Baths
  • 3,383 SQFT
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Classic Tudor Across From Stevens Pk Golf, Almost Half Acre, Lush Landscaping. Stain Glass N Leaded Windows, Hardwood Floors, Tile Roof. 3 Bedrooms Ea Private Bath Plus Half Bath. Master Down, Sitting. Opened Rooms Flow Seamlessly For Casual Enter...

4415 Vandelia Street, Dallas, TX - $950,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3.1 Baths
  • 4,808 SQFT
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Great Location In Perry Hgts Near Dallas No Tllwy! Extensive & Amazing Renovation! Electrical, Plumbing, Hvac, Roof & More! Rich Wd Flrng! Expansive 2-story Offers 4br-3.5bas-3las-media Rm-hobby Rm. Br4 Up W Full Prvt Ba & Huge Wic! Islnd Kitchen ...

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5534 Vanderbilt Avenue, Dallas, TX - $910,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,827 SQFT
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Greenland Hills! Stunning Energy Efficient Tudor With Gorgeous Open Floorplan, Gleaming Hardwoods, Upgraded Cabinets, 2 Fireplaces, Solid Core Doors. Gourmet Kitchen Has Loads Of Granite Counterspace & Lovely White Cabinets, Dbl Ovens, Ss Appl & O...

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5011 Purdue Avenue, Dallas, TX - $785,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3.1 Baths
  • 3,075 SQFT
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Beautifully Updated Tudor In Briarwood Nestled On A Treed Interior Lot. Charm And Contemporary Finishes Throughout. Features 4 Bedrooms, 2 Living Areas, 3.1 Baths. A Spacious Living Area With Vaulted Ceilings, Cedar Wine Vault With 250 Bottle Stor...

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Overview

Dallas TX Tudor homes are located in the older areas of Dallas. The large majority of Tudor homes for sale are located in the M Streets, Lakewood, North Oak Cliff, North Dallas and the Park Cities areas of the city. Tudor homes were some of the architectural styles of homes constructed in the Dallas area. Tudor real estate can date as far back as the early 1900's with the older homes being some of the most coveted with their original architecture and character.

Dallas Tudor Homes Real Estate Statistics

Total Dallas Tudor Homes Listings: 29
Average Dallas Tudor Homes Price: $1,034,855
Highest Dallas Tudor Homes Price: $5,500,000
Lowest Dallas Tudor Homes Price: $220,000

Dallas Tudor Style Real Estate


Tudor homes for sale are located in several of the older zip codes in the city - 75201, 75214, 75206, 75209, 75208, 75223 and 75219.  On a bigger scale the following areas and neighborhoods will have the Tudor homes in Dallas TX: Lakewood, the M Streets, North Oak Cliff, University Park, Highland Park, Vickery Place, Greenland Hills, East Dallas, Hollywood Heights & Santa Monica and Oak Lawn.

Most of these Tudor style homes in Dallas have their origins around the start of the 1900's when the style was very popular with both builders and consumers.  The Tudor architecture started making a strong return in the Dallas-Fort Worth real estate market around the turn of the century in the year 2000.  Buyers started to crave the old architecture of the Tudor style real estate and, as such, builders started once again to provide the type of architecture in demand.

However, most buyers seeking the truest of original Tudor homes will still strongly gravitate to the older homes mainly located in the Lakewood and M Streets areas of Dallas.  While other areas of the city do have some of the remaining houses from the start of the 1900's, the homes in Tudor styling can be found in greater numbers along the M Streets and Lakewood areas.

As with most new construction properties, new and newer Tudor style homes will price more per square foot.  However, there is an exception to that rule - the older Tudor homes which have been updated and meticulously restored to their original form and beauty will generally fetch even more money per square foot than a new home.  Remember, buyers wanting that true architectural style of a Tudor home are much more likely to fall in love and seek the truest of home which, in DFW, was constructed in the early 1900's.  

For most buyers, purchasing a Tudor style house is close to buying a certain piece of art.  The buyers are picky, know what they want and will only settle for that right house.  Most of these buyers also have the wherewithal to both purchase this type of house and maintain this home.  They go into the purchase understanding that they now have the duty to maintain the architecture and treat the home as if it is of the utmost importance.

If you are that buyer mentioned above and you are interested in learning more about Tudor 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 real estate and Tudor homes in Dallas TX. 

All Real Estate for Sale in Dallas, Texas

tudor style homes dallas texasYou've probably heard of Tudor style homes, but do you know how this architecture came about or how to identify one?  Tudor homes for sale in Dallas are a very popular housing style originating in the early 1900's and are some of Dallas' most original styles of architecture.

Read more below about Tudor style homes for sale in Dallas:

History of Tudor Homes

Between 1890 and 1940, there were several homes that were built in United States that combined late Medieval and early Renaissance styles. They are known as Tudor Revivals or mock Tudors as they took inspiration from timber-framed cottages that were built during England's Tudor Dynasty which was four hundred to five hundred years before. In the United States, this was the most popular home to build during the 1920s and 1930s.

Around World War II, this style of home became less popular when a more American style, Colonial Revival, was encouraged. Years later in the 1970s and 1980s, a modified Tudor version became popular.

How To Identify Tudor Style Homes in Dallas

Most Tudor homes are two-story, though they can occasionally be found as a one-story, and characteristics include:

Materials 

Tudors often have brick in an elaborate pattern on the first story and stucco or wood in a decorative pattern on the second story.

Roof

One of the most distinguishing features of these homes is their steeply gabled roof where the main gable generally has a cross gable or secondary side.

Entrance

The entrance of a Tudor style home serves three functions: decoration, protection, and of course, entry. The protection is in the thick masonry walls that permit a recessed door, and the Renaissance style decoration includes fancy black metal door hardware, arched openings, and board and batten doors.

Who Buys Tudor Homes in Dallas TX

While there are many different types of buyers of Tudor style homes, such as those who really like the architecture or the historic aspect, they typically are purchased by families who need a lot of space or by those buyers wanting a real piece of history to restore and/or preserve.  Most buyers of Tudor homes have a deep appreciation for the style of home and know exactly what they want.

Tudor Homes Landscaping

When it comes to landscaping, many new homeowners wonder how to spruce up the outside of their Tudor style home. It's best to keep the design in the front simple in order to accent the home's decorative features. This can be done by adding shade trees to the side (so they don't block the facade), and low-growing foundation plants to the front. To keep with the historic aspect, add a topiary to each side of the driveway in the shape of boxes, pyramids, or spheres.

Maintenance on Tudor Homes

Older homes were typically built very well, however, all homes need maintenance. Depending on the age of the Tudor, it can be on the expensive side due to the plaster walls, slate roof, and leaded-glass windows.

Here are some easy tips you can follow to help keep your home in great shape:

  • Watch for small cracks in the ceiling or walls as they could mean structural issues. The sooner you have the problem addressed, the less expensive it's likely to be to fix.
  • In the basement or attic, look for signs that wood eating insects or termites have taken up residence in your home.
  • Check windows every few months for air leaks or water damage.
  • Look for leaks around the toilet and underneath the sink.
  • Every few months, be sure to clean debris from gutters and downspouts to ensure water heads away from the foundation.
  • Inspect the roof for any broken or missing pieces of slate
  • If you have an asphalt driveway, reseal it if you see any cracks or other signs of deterioration.   

If you would like to learn more about Tudor style homes, or if you would like to look at those available in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, please contact us at Knox & Associates Real Estate Brokers at 972-342-0000 or through our website. We'll be glad to help you find a great place to call home.

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