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Market Spotlight: Dallas – Ft Worth

Recent data from the Dallas Regional Chamber shows that each day, more than 1,000 people move to North Texas. In addition, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that North Texas has posted year-over-year gains in employment. With favorable economics, great neighborhoods and vibrant cities, more businesses are calling the Dallas-Fort Worth area home.

“Moving comes with a mixture of excitement and anxiety. Questions from potential homebuyers run the gamut from commutes and taxes to child safety in one neighborhood compared to another. Few things can cause more stress in a household,” said Robbie Briggs, President and CEO of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty. “Our Relocation Services team offers the highest level of expertise, professionalism and market knowledge to executives looking to rent, purchase or sell homes throughout North Texas and across the globe. We create customized real estate and relocation solutions that fit the needs of a client’s job, life and family.  We work with individuals, corporations, relocation management companies and referral clients locally, nationally and internationally.”

Let’s explore some of the exclusive listings that offer extraordinary living in and around theDallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

DFW 1

$24,000,000 USD | Dallas, Texas | Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

At the top of Dallas’ most iconic elevated living, the 9,350-square-foot penthouse at Museum Tower rests 42 stories in the air. Located in the Arts District, discerning residents live an artfully curated life overlooking Dallas’ vibrant cityscape. The dramatic penthouse has many opportunities to customize, along with the ability to build an expansive rooftop terrace, allowing the potential owner to create the exact space they want.

DFW 2

$12,795,000 USD | Highland Park, Texas | Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

Old Highland Park is a treasure, with its incredible ambiance, excellent location, and stunning architecture. Exquisitely landscaped on an iconic street, this 11,870-square-foot home offers views of the Dallas Country Club grounds and clubhouse. An octagonal library boasts Cuban Mahogany paneling and Brazilian Rosewood inlaid floors, while an elegant gallery runs through the home, with museum lighting for art display, marrying classic and contemporary in timeless perfection.

DFW 3

$8,499,000 USD | Fort Worth, Texas | Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

On one of Fort Worth’s most prestigious streets, this Colonial Revival-style home has recently been renovated to maintain the historical nature of the home. Now completed, the project created a landmark estate that is the pinnacle of great design with functional, yet refined spaces. The home includes a private theater, gym, game room and private office. Outside, relax under the covered veranda with a frosted leaded glass roof, which can be cooled or heated and fully screened with the push of a button.

DFW 4

$725,000,000 USD | Vernon, Texas | Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

The iconic W.T. Waggoner Ranch, America’s largest ranch, “under one fence” has more than 510,000 contiguous acres of oil fields, open ranges, fertile farming and grazing land—all spread across six counties of Northwest Texas. It’s a rare piece of cowboy culture, and for the first time in 165 years, the ranch is listed on the international, open market. Add to that thousands of cattle, enormous lakes, hundreds of foundation bred, award-winning American Quarter Horses and a legend as big as the ground it covers, and you’ll know why the W.T. Waggoner Ranch is considered one of the last remaining hallmarks of Texas cowboy culture.

Thanks to Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty for this guest blog. As a part of the community for more than 50 years, Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty knows the luxury real estate market in North Texas neighborhoods like no other company.

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