One of Texas’ Most Important Homes Is for Sale in Dallas
3805 McFarlin Boulevard, Dallas, Texas
A standing seam copper roof and white-washed brick are just two of the exterior design features that help keep the home cool and comfortable inside.
Open Beam Ceilings
Open beam ceilings, a fixture in Texas frontier homes, help to minimize heat.
Comfort and Class
Williams moved in with the family when he was designing their home to make sure it fit all their needs.
Spacious Living Room
Oversize windows counteract the darkness of the brick walls and hardwood floors.
A two-story fireplace and sterile brick walls set the stage for a no-nonsense work space.
Prairie Chic Dining Room
Joanna Gaines has nothing on these original shiplap walls!
The kitchen still looks much like it did back in 1932.
Little touches, like the scalloped wood ceiling molding throughout the home, give the property a richness and depth.
A soaring ceiling and endless windows make this the perfect sunroom.
You’ll find no shortage of fireplaces in this house, the bedrooms included.
The home’s location, overlooking scenic Turtle Creek, further increases its value.
A room beneath the home’s copper cupola was built specifically for the owner’s children. Blue paint amps up the whimsy in this one-of-a-kind space.
Shaded Backyard Patio
The west wing shields the patio from the late afternoon Texas sun.
Mature trees provide plenty of shade.