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409 Arcady – Highland Park, TX 75204 – For Sale

4409 Arcady – Highland Park – 75205


This home has a certain “Je ne sais quoi?” Qui!

I went in this beautiful French Country Estate last week, here’s a few details:

  • 8244 sq ft
  • 5 bedroom, 8 bath
  • built 2006 by Sharif and Munir
  • price – $4,500,000

Builders sometimes don’t put any photos – so thought I’d help out.


KitchenHigh quality finish out and light filled space. Prime Highland Park location.  Ready for new owners.  Interested?   Call 214.415.9829

The Most Prestigious Undeveloped Lot in Highland Park

Celebrity Parcel For Sale

celebrity lot in Dallas

This is one of the last tracts of land to be undeveloped in Old Highland Park. Trees galore…

It’s part of the Lamar Hunt estate purchased in 1968. They were going to build but never did.

So here’s your chance to own 1.77 acres in Highland Park with views of Turtle Creek and all the privacy anyone could want.  The price?  For you?  Only…$15,000,000.

Highland Park Architecture

Highland Park Homes

I had business today in the Park Cities – the temperatures have stayed under 100 degrees for most of the summer and because of the extra rain, well Dallas has never looked prettier.

So here are a couple of photos of what Highland Park homes look like.  There is quite a range, but you will find plenty of Mediterranean and Tudor like below, each unique in their own way.


Highland Park VillageTheater – A Cinema Treasure

A Classic Landmark

On my way down to an open house yesterday, I stopped by Highland Park Village to grab a bite of lunch.  The photo is of Highland Park Village Theater – a classic old theater with all its charm.

Here’s a bit of Dallas trivia that you might not know.

The Highland Park Village Theater opened in 1935. Highland Park Village is recognized as the first shopping center in America and the prototype for shopping centers across the country.

According to the Urban Land Institute, Highland Park Village was the first development built on a single lot surrounded by parking areas with stores facing away from access streets. It was the first luxury theater in Texas and cost a whopping $100,000 – a lot of money back then!

Architects were the renowned Foshee and Cheek of Dallas who were very much inspired by Beverly Hills.  Highland Park has many Spanish and Mediterranean influences and is the “Beverly Hills” of Dallas.