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Dallas Architecturally Significant Homes

Representing the Quality of Homes That We Help Buyers Evaluate and Purchase

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Making Sure You Find a Significant Home

Living in an architecturally significant home may not cost more but it sure feels better. We want to help you find a home of good design, one that is aesthetically pleasing, architecturally important, and has enduring value. To further acquaint you with homes of distinction, styles that are expressive, and homes that enhance your investment, we have created a section of architecturally significant homes, architect designed properties, and architecturally important Dallas estate homes by internationally and regionally recognized architects.

Featured Architecturally Significant Home

Texas Modern Home

Texas Modern Real Estate in St. Andrews Place

David Williams, Architect

In 1932, David Williams built his last private home which also was his first home to become widely recognized and applauded. Elbert Williams, Mayor of University Park and no relation…See More

Video of Crespi Hicks Estate Property

Architect Maurice Fatio Designed Home in Preston HollowWhen you review architecturally significant homes, I invite you to look at them as I do, through the lens of the Crespi/Hicks estate, designed by Maurice Fatio, the original architect in 1939, and Peter Marino, the 21st century renovation architect.  This architecturally significant home found in Preston Hollow resonates with modern and eclectic architects because of its proportions, purity, site and grace.  It reflects many of the best characteristics of the other homes in this section.  A home is your greatest design decision so please contact Douglas Newby at 214.522.1000 to discuss Douglas Newby & Associates helping you evaluate the special assets and importance of your home. See featured architecturally significant homes offered for sale.

The 50 Significant Homes project identifying the most architecturally significant homes in Dallas, I consider the year's most important project. Thank you for coordinating this effort.

- Deedie Rose

“Homes of Lasting Significance”

October 16, 2004 Preservation Dallas Tour:

There is an opportunity to see seven of the Dallas, 50 Significant Homes established by the Dallas Chapter of the American Association of Architects to celebrate their 50th anniversary in 1996. Click here to continue

Dallas, America’s Twentieth Century City- Architecturally Significant Homes

Dallas has the most significant collection of twentieth century homes in the world with architectural styles and movements represented from every decade.

- Douglas Newby