Dallas TX Vintage Home for Sale
Find a Dallas vintage house below. To change how the search is displayed, click the gray button next to "Sort By." Using the button below, you can sort vintage houses by prices or days on the market. For information about Dallas vintage houses for sale, or to request a showing, click "Schedule a Showing" when viewing any listing.
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NTREIS data last updated 9/18/2019.
More About Vintage Houses for Sale
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If you see a property displayed, it means the house is still available for purchase. Our site only displays currently active vintage houses for sale. If a listing goes under contract, it is removed from the listing display for ease of use and navigation for visitors.
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Where to Find Vintage Homes for Sale in Dallas
Some areas and neighborhoods in Dallas are obviously older than other parts of the city. Therefore, buyers are much more likely to find a vintage house in certain, older areas of Dallas.
If you have your heart set on a vintage home, our suggestion would be to search in the following areas - East Dallas, Northwest Dallas, M Streets, Lakewood, Lochwood, Little Forest Hills, Older Lake Highlands like the L Streets, White Rock Lake, Casa Linda, Swiss Avenue, Munger Place, Wilshire Heights, Greenland Hills, Vickery Place, Vickery Park, and Oak Cliff.
The architecture usually associated with the style of a vintage home will include Craftsman, Tudor, Mid-Century Modern, and Ranch Style properties. The truest vintage houses will almost always be one of the styles mentioned above. Craftsman, Tudor and Ranch style homes were originally constructed in Dallas starting in the 1920s. Most consider a vintage home to fall between the time periods of the 1920s to the 1960s.
While some of these properties have undergone renovations and updating, the smartest owners have kept the vintage appeal to the property by tastefully updating the house while carefully maintaining the original characteristics and appeal. The homes that have maintained their original charm will always fetch the highest prices.
Pricing on a vintage house in Dallas will generally list for moderate to somewhat expensive, but most of the pricing will depend on location and condition. The good news for buyers wanting this type of home is that most vintage properties will not price in the luxury range.