DALLAS, TX — Dallas real estate is top-notch, as evidenced by this week’s Real Estate Roundup. As part of the Weekend Roundup, we’re bringing you some of Dallas’ most unique and coveted houses. This week we’ve featured modern townhomes with magnificent views, Swedish-style homes with blissfully simple interiors and some of the best natural lighting Dallas has to offer. View all these listings and more on Realtor.com.

1. The Modern Marvel with Top Notch Views — 4611 Travis Street

This beautiful two-story condo hat Travis and Knox has been completely renovated. The corner unit boasts high ceilings, perfect views, an open floor plan, custom storage, quartz counter tops and much, much more.

Two bedroom, two and one-half bathrooms in this 2,000 square-foot condo.

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2. Relaxing Swedish Townhome — 2407 Douglas Avenue

Buyers are jumping at the opportunity to be a part of this growing neighborhood located between Uptown and the medical district of Dallas. With easy access to Victory Park, Downtown Dallas, the Design District, Oak Lawn and pretty much everything else we love about Dallas, this open floor plan townhouse offers natural light, wood floors, balconies and a two-car garage.

Three bedrooms, two and one-half bathrooms in this 2,300 square-foot townhome.

3. Cozy Pink Cottage with History —

917 Sunset Avenue

Built in 1906, this Oak Cliff house sits adjacent to the Bishop Arts District. The house could use some work, but the interior is well maintained and cozy. This plot of land also offers the chance for developers or investors to monetize the growth of Oak Cliff and reimagine this location as a new home, a restaurant or an entertainment spot.

The house was built by J.R. Briggs, a prominent doctor from Oak Cliff, and was occupied by his brother, a Dallas Police officer, Thomas Briggs.

4. The Glowing Gem — 3554 Golfing Green Drive

This lovely, spacious home is located in a secluded section of Brookhaven Estates. Homeowners, who have access to the Brookhaven Country Club, will enjoy the soaring ceilings, house-wide audio system and indoor and outdoor entertaining spaces. Enjoy the convenience of Dallas while resting to the peaceful sound of waterfalls on the back deck.

Four bedrooms and three bathrooms in this 3,105 square-foot house.

5. Windows, Windows, Windows — 830 Kessler Woods Trail

This stunning, modern home designed by Patrick Hammers, is located in the middle of the private Kessler Woods community. The home exudes clean lines, open and expansive rooms and tall ceilings allowing ample natural light to flow through the entire home. Upstairs master suite opens up to its own private patio

Four bedrooms and three and one-half bathrooms in this 3,631 square-foot house.

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