Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Most Expensive Homes In North Texas

Here is the list of the most expensive home sales for 2011 in North Texas. Not surprisingly, the Park Cities (as Highland Park and University Park are collectively known) delivered 4 of the 10 most expensive sales, with the Preston Hollow area only accounting for two.

#10 - 1745 Turbeville Rd. (Hickory Creek)
List Price - $5.6M.
Sold Price - Not Disclosed


#9 - 4636 Chapel Hill (White Rock Lake)
List Price - $5.995M
Sold Price - Not Disclosed


#8 - 10340 Gaywood Rd. (Preston Hollow)
List Price - $6.495M
Sold Price - Not Disclosed
Only 26 days on the market!


#7 - 6900 Baltimore Dr. (Uber Swank Volk Estates in University Park)
List Price - $6.99M
Sold Price - $6.5M
Only last 14 days on the market!


#6 - 9338 Meadowbrook (Preston Hollow)
List Price - $6.795M
Sold Price - Not Disclosed


#5 - 6815 Baltimore Dr. (Volk Estates Lot in University Park)
List Price - 6.99M
Sold Price - $6.5M
Only 27 days on the market!

#4 - 3816 Turtle Creek Dr. (Private street that overlooks Turtle Creek)
List Price - $7.9M
Sold Price - Not Disclosed


#3 - 3711 Lexington Ave. (Highland Park)
List Price - $8.5M
Sold Price - Not Disclosed
Only 27 days on the market!


#2 - 3851 Windsor Ln. (Two Adjacent Lots in University Park)
List Price - $9.6M
Sold Price - Not Disclosed


#1 - 1850 Turbeville Rd. (Hickory Creek)
List Price - $15M
Sold Price - Not Disclosed

7 comments:

  1. Wo they are really beuatiful.. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Interesting! i like the pic of preston hollow, very nice,..wonderful place. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Nice article as for me. It would be great to read more concerning that topic. Thnx for sharing this info.Real Estate Agent Australia

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  4. Hey, nice site you have here! Keep up the excellent work!


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  5. Dallas real estate is moving speedily for a number of factors, including the national home purchasing tax credit, which has now been expanded into 2011.

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  6. I remember the first time I saw that house in Hickory Creek. It was still under construction and I though, "Why are they building THAT here?". It is an amazing building though. I really like the doors in the main hall that go down into the floor. Pretty cool. Great site BTW.

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  7. I love the property on 3816 Turtle Creek Drive. The lighting on it is just superb.

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