10 Must-See Open Houses

Enjoy your weekend with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate and our amazing agents at these properties.


4433 Rheims Place | Highland Park | $3,895,000



5854 Lakehurst Avenue | Preston Hollow | $2,295,000



10512 Eastlawn Drive | North Dallas | $1,675,000


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5603 Palomar Lane | Preston Hollow | $1,375,000



5320 Emerson Avenue | Bluffview | $1,199,000



12131 Lueders Lane | North Dallas | $869,000



3545 Cielo Court | Oak Lawn | $635,000



14949 Hillcrest Road | North Dallas | $545,900



1035 Turner Avenue | Kessler Park | $444,000


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3235 Cole Avenue #405 | Uptown | $384,900


To view all our open houses and discover dates and times, visit openhouse.daveperrymiller.com.

Enjoy Treetop Views From Luxurious Townhome in Walkable Neighborhood


The luxurious English-style townhome at 3703 Congress Avenue offers a carefree lifestyle while providing tons of outdoor living space in a charming neighborhood setting. It is located on a tree-lined street within walking distance of dozens of restaurants and the prestigious Mansion on Turtle Creek. Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate’s Emily Ray-Porter Group is marketing the property for $829,000.

Upon entering, you will notice the exceptional quality and attention to detail felt throughout this entire home. The first floor offers two guest suites each with a full bath, an elevator, and a two-car garage. A private yard with stairs to the second-floor terrace completes the first floor.




The gourmet kitchen with a center island features a six-burner Viking range with double ovens, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a breakfast area, and a butler’s pantry, which boasts glass-front cabinets, a built-in wine fridge, a copper sink, and a wine closet with an iron door.




The spacious living area with a stone fireplace and built-ins is open to the dining area and features a spacious terrace, perfect for entertaining. A den with vaulted ceilings is just off the living area and serves as a great spot for casual living. A large utility room with a sink is conveniently located just off the kitchen. The powder bath with a custom vanity completes the second floor.




The exquisite master suite with treetop views boasts a gas fireplace and a beverage bar. The spa-like bath with his-and-her vanities, jetted tub, large shower and walk-in closets with custom finish-out will make you feel right at home. A guest suite, which can also serve as a study or home office, completes the third floor.




A spectacular rooftop deck with views of Downtown is a highlight of the home and a rare find in this neighborhood. Some of the additional features include wood and stone floors throughout, plantation shutters, extensive moldings, arched doorways, a large storage area, a built-in sound system, and lush landscaping.


To schedule a private showing, contact the Emily Ray-Porter Group at 214-544-5698 or emily@daveperrymiller.com.

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Vintage Property Between Katy Trail and Turtle Creek Listed for First Time


Edward Slater of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate has been tasked with a job that no other Realtor has ever attempted: sell the vintage brick home at 3925 Stonebridge Drive. The house, which was built in 1932, has been owned by three generations of the same family, so it has never gone on the market until now.

Nestled between Turtle Creek and the Katy Trail, the hilltop property occupies more than two-thirds of an acre. The parcel is shaped like a half-circle; streets wrap the curved portion, while the straight edge backs up to another property. So even though the house is in the heart of Dallas, you would have no next-door neighbors.




“Learning about this unique property’s history, hearing story after story from the family, has been like peeling layers from an onion,” says Slater, who is marketing the property for $2,500,000.

The dining room, foyer, and formal living room all still bear details — such as dentil molding — that speak to the home’s vintage. The living room is augmented by a true-blue sun room featuring a blue slate floor and walls of windows. It opens up to an expansive stone patio with a slight slope to ensure proper drainage.



The large butler’s pantry is a true throwback. It features wood-paneled walls, a wallpapered ceiling, and a herringbone brick floor. The brick flooring continues into the kitchen, which leads to the two-car garage. The doorway between the two includes a screen door, because maximizing cross-breezes was a necessity before air-conditioning.




The landing at the top of the stairs is generously sized; the homeowners needed enough space to set out pitchers of water for relief from the heat. All four bedrooms are on the second floor, and you have to go through a small study to get to the master suite. It features two dressing rooms in addition to the bedroom and bathroom.





Reflecting the traditions of the time, the second-floor utility room is accessed by a rear staircase that leads to the backyard. The house does have a few modern touches, however. An expansion added another living area and bathroom to the first floor, a game room and bathroom to the second floor, and an elevator between them.




To get more information or to schedule a showing, contact Edward Slater at 214-226-7284 or edward@daveperrymiller.com.

Nothing Compares to Museum-Quality Penthouse at Ritz-Carlton Residences


Imagine the most incredible condominium, built to the owner’s exacting standards, exhibiting impeccable taste and sparing no expense in design, finishes, decoration, and equipment. Imagine five-star hotel services and amenities — including in-room dining, valet, concierge, a pet park, a fitness center, and a full-service spa — in one of Dallas’ premiere high-rises.

Imagine no more. Everything you just read is true of the four-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath, 5,666-square-foot penthouse that occupies the entire 22nd floor of The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton. The aforementioned square footage doesn’t include the 2,481 square feet of outdoor living space on three balconies, which overlook Downtown, Victory Park, and Uptown. Kathy Myers and Sharon Quist are marketing this unique property for $9 million.




“A lot of Realtors talk about how their listings are ‘museum quality,’ but this unit is a cut above the rest,” Myers said.

Those museum qualities begin with the walls and 12-foot ceilings, most of which are hand-crafted marble plaster. The flooring is predominately quarter-sawn white oak and Breccia Imperiale granite. The lighting throughout the penthouse is designed to showcase the stunning and intricate architectural details.




The unit’s artfulness is matched only by its technical sophistication. The television in the master bedroom is built into a cabinet; it rises at the touch of a button and swivels toward the bed or the sitting area. In each of the master closets — 102 square feet for him, 252 square feet for her — the upper cabinets feature motorized doors. As you would expect, the lights, window coverings, and audio-visual equipment are all integrated into a state-of-the-art automated Crestron/Lutron system.




Every detail of the home’s design was carefully considered. The centerpiece of the living room is the book-matched walnut burl fireplace wall, with Breccia Imperiale granite hearth and mantle and a Jura Grey marble surround. The kitchen cabinets and island were custom ordered from Poggenpohl. The study’s walls and ceiling were fashioned from figured Mozambique panels with teak accents. And the his-and-hers master bathrooms are finished with Giallo Antico marble counters, limestone floors and showers, and Porcelanosa tile walls, featuring a beautiful mosaic of aqua marine, quartz, moonstone, and tiger’s eye.




“I’ve seen many beautiful homes at the Ritz-Carlton,” said Quist, who is a Ritz resident and has been involved in more than 100 transaction sides at the luxury high-rise. “None of them compare to this.”

For more information or to schedule a showing, contact Kathy Myers at 214-676-5823 or KathyMyers@daveperrymiller.com, or Sharon Quist at 214-695-9595 or SharonQuist@daveperrymiller.com.

If You’ve Ever Dreamed of Operating a Bed & Breakfast, Here’s Your Chance

If you’ve ever fallen in love with a bed and breakfast and thought “I could just live here,” you should see the unique property The Rhodes Group is marketing in Uptown. The six-bedroom home at 2505 Worthington Street, which is listed for $1,500,000, is known for hosting plenty of guests; two sisters operate it as a bed and breakfast.


Sitting just steps from the McKinney Avenue Trolley tracks, the hotel is conveniently located near the Arts District’s entertainment, the West Village’s shopping, and plenty of restaurants. Guests who prefer to drive need not worry. Completed in 2002, the building features four covered parking spaces in the rear.

The first floor includes a large kitchen, adjoining living and dining rooms, and two bedrooms. There are fireplaces in the living room and in two of the bedroom suites.






The other four bedrooms are on the second floor, as is a utility room. As you would expect given its status as a hotel, each of the home’s six bedrooms is a suite with a full bathroom.





The property is also available for lease, either as a residence or as office space. For more information, contact Dan Rhodes at 214-415-4642 or dan@daveperrymiller.com.