Douglas Newby
Architecturally Significant Homes
Horse & Trolly
If you are interested in art, architecture, design and the aesthetic fabric of Dallas, you have come to the right place. Your interest is our passion.

Douglas Newby, specializing in
Architect Designed Homes,
Modern, Historic & Dallas
Estate Homes

If you are interested in art, architecture, design
and the aesthetic fabric of Dallas, you have come
to the right place. Your interest is our passion.

Architecturally Significant Homes: Representing Buyers and Sellers

Our mission is to help clients like you, home buyers, who are passionate about design and their environment buy or build a home that contributes to the community, is an aesthetic example for future architectural projects, and is a home that reflects your personality and purpose. Whether you are looking for an estate home, an architecturally significant home, or an architect designed modern home, we will assist you in identifying the significant home that is meant for you and help you acquire that home at the best price in the best way. This site is designed to be your introductory resource for Dallas neighborhoods and architecture. Your call is welcome so together we can discuss and interpret the nuance of the market, the potential inventory of significant homes, and develop a strategy to ensure you find a home you love that has real value. See More

We Share Your Interest in Architecture, Design, and Real Value

Realtor Douglas Newby discovers, rediscovers, and reinterprets architecturally significant homes.

The Crespi / Hicks Estate home is offered for sale. This estate property is located in Mayflower Estates in the most prestigious neighborhood in the Preston Hollow estate area.  See More

I offer the finest homes and represent clients with the greatest understanding of aesthetics, architecture, and design. Please call me to see if I should represent you.

Crespi Hicks Estate For Sale

As discussed on the Huffington Post, the Crespi / Hicks Estate has been identified as, “The Finest Estate Home in America Found”.

Architecture as Art

Significant Homes, Dallas Estate Homes, Modern Homes, Architect Designed Homes

You recognize good architecture as art and we want to help you discover the architecturally significant homes, estate homes and modern homes in Dallas’s finest neighborhoods where you can find architecture that is art. Cognizant that time is your most precious commodity, we will efficiently review the entire on-market and off-market inventory of homes you appreciate and seek, homes of real value.

A note of thanks for a most civilized experience ... our recent home sale was conducted with such efficiency, discretion, and geniality that we know that our buyers were as pleased with the ease of the sale/purchase process as we. Your marketing of our home with such sensitivity to the particular merits of our property and of our neighborhood led to a surplus of potential buyers at the end --- a very rewarding experience! In our 30 years of buying and selling homes in three states, never have we enjoyed such confidence in our realtor nor worried so little about the eventual successful outcome.

It is an additional satisfaction to know how well you have matched our beloved home with its new owners.

- James and Patricia Shinn

Architecturally Significant – Another Look

I’ve worked with the best real estate brokers across the country all my life, when it comes to the best Dallas residential real estate broker, I think who else is there but Douglas Newby? Thank you for all your extraordinary efforts. You are a superb negotiator.

-George Watson, Developer & Investor

Dallas Neighborhoods of Significant Architecture

Highland Park Real Estate, Preston Hollow Real Estate, and other Prestigious Neighborhoods

You will benifit from our specialty of architecturally significant, historic, estate and architect designed homes in Dallas and its finest neighborhoods, representing real estate: Preston Hollow, Highland Park, Turtle Creek, Greenway Parks, Volk Estates, Bluffview, University Park, Mayflower Estates, Lakewood, Swiss Avenue, White Rock Lake, Munger Place, Park Cities, Bent Tree; and further benefiting you by recognizing and understanding good design and Dallas estate homes by Dallas’ best architects.

Thinking about Architecture like I Think about Art

Here a Parisian modern art gallery approaches art – discovering artists, rediscovering artists and reinterpreting artists in the same way I approach architecture – discovering, rediscovering and reinterpreting significant homes.

Dallas, a City of Prosperity, Culture, and Character

Art, Architecture, and History

It’s to your advanage to have a Dallas real estate broker knowledgeable, experienced and keenly interested in art, architecture, history, and the character and well being of Dallas. I understand the past and future of Dallas, a city with a river park larger than the city of San Francisco, with two mile-long, skyscraper high Calatrava bridges connecting modern mixed-use development on both sides of the city, a cultural district bringing international acclaim and a city of distinct neighborhoods, historically significant homes, refined residences, Dallas modern homes, mid century homes, distinguished estate homes, Dallas historic homes and homes of architectural significance. Whether relocation takes you to Dallas or you are already a Dallas resident, Call me to see if I should represent you when you are looking for or selling an architecturally significant home or a dramatic building site desired by Dallas’ best architects. I understand a home is your greatest design decision.

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Dallas Architecture Blog.

Dear Mr. Newby,

I enjoy referencing your website in my continued journey in learning about both historical and modern residential architecture in Dallas.  Your photography on the site is exquisite, and your eye for detail is certainly recognized….Thanks for all you do to promote the recognition of architecturally significant structures and the field of architectural and interior design.

-Jan Parker, FASID
Director of the School of Interior Design
The Art Institute of Dallas