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About the Property

Discover serenity in this stunning contemporary gem by renowned architect Cliff Welch near the Katy Trail in coveted Northern Heights. This exceptional SFA home harmoniously blends steel, stucco, and Douglas Fir in a striking architectural design. 

The heart of the home lies in the open gourmet kitchen featuring Miele appliances and Eggersman millwork, seamlessly connecting to the light-filled dining and living area complemented by a beautiful fireplace. Access to the double garage is through a spacious pantry with built-in storage. 

Exceptional quality defines all three levels of this urban sanctuary, boasting luxury finishes and thoughtful features. Access is effortless via floating stairs or an elevator, ensuring ease of living.

The upper floor presents a versatile living area and a spacious deck, adaptable as a private guest suite, fitness center, or home office.

Convenient location near restaurants and shops on Knox/Henderson and the newly planned Auberge Resorts.

Architect, Cliff Welch
Elevator Access to all Three Levels

Access to the Katy Trail

Convenient location near Knox/Henderson

Offered for $3,795,000

Northern Heights

Northern Heights is one of those neighborhoods you probably never knew had a name. It’s in a pretty sweet spot — adjacent to Highland Park, minutes from Uptown, and within easy walking distance of the Katy Trail and the many shops and restaurants on Knox Street. It’s also rapidly becoming known for significant modern architectural design, and this home 3508 Overbrook is a perfect example of urban style with some impressive credentials.

Northern Heights is a slender sliver of homes next to Northern Hills, just across Abbott Avenue, a conservation district with some of the oldest and most architecturally diverse homes in Dallas. The area was developed in the 1920s by the McNeny brothers, who also designed the M Streets. Not only is this an absolutely beautiful part of town, but there is also not a better neighborhood for proximity to Highland Park, Turtle Creek, and Knox Street. Walkability is becoming more and more essential, and in this Northern Heights Contemporary, you can be eating at Toulouse in 12 minutes. Walk the opposite direction, and you are about the same distance from Al Biernat’s. Working off all that delicious food is a breeze with the Katy Trail steps from the front door.


Seize this rare opportunity to purchase this exceptional home in Dallas’ hottest locale!


Urban Sanctuary

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