10 Must-See Open Houses


 

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

 

10 Must-See Open Houses

3030 McKinney Avenue #2101-3 | Uptown | $1,400,000

 

10 Must-See Open Houses

2302 Kessler Parkway | Kessler Park | $1,150,000

 

10 Must-See Open Houses

6569 Lafayette Way | North Dallas | $999,999

 

10 Must-See Open Houses

6030 Goodwin Avenue | Lower Greenville | $850,000

 

10 Must-See Open Houses

9920 Spirehaven Lane | Lake Highlands | $789,000

 

10 Must-See Open Houses

7116 Cornelia Lane | Lakewood | $680,000

 

10 Must-See Open Houses

5720 Misted Breeze Drive | West Plano | $675,000

 

10 Must-See Open Houses

10144 Cromwell Drive | Northwest Dallas | $565,000

 

10 Must-See Open Houses

7332 Rustic Valley Drive | Prestonwood | $549,000

 

10 Must-See Open Houses

6017 Ellsworth Avenue | Wilshire Heights | $459,000

 

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

Celebrate McKinney Avenue Trolley’s 25th Anniversary With a Ride and Cake


A motorman pilots a trolley down McKinney Avenue. (Photo by Enoch Lai, via Flickr)
A motorman pilots a trolley down McKinney Avenue. (Photo by Enoch Lai, via Flickr)

If you’re looking for a way to inexpensively entertain your kids on a summer afternoon, I highly recommend the M-Line Trolley along McKinney Avenue, a treasure of Dallas’ bustling Uptown neighborhood. My two boys love the trolley because it’s a form of transportation that doesn’t require seat belts (always exciting) and because it can be a bone-rattling ride at times. I, on the other hand, love it because the trolley cars are air-conditioned and free. An added bonus: The trolley line terminates at DART’s Cityplace/Uptown Station, which features not only the biggest escalator you’ll ever see but also an inclinator.

This Saturday presents a prime opportunity to enjoy the trolley, as the McKinney Avenue Transit Authority will be celebrating its 25th anniversary. Riders on one particular trolley car, Matilda, will be served birthday cake between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

This first video is really well done, but it’s a bit deceptive because the trolleys don’t move nearly that fast.

This next video is a more accurate representation of a trolley’s journey, from the perspective of the motorman, a.k.a. the driver.