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Stealthy Beige Exterior Disguises Glassy Minimalism

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Location: Dallas, Tex.
Price: $4,995,000
The Skinny: Disguised behind a staid beige-brick facade typical of urban sprawl lies a minimalist soul. Built in the wealthy Dallas neighborhood of Highland Park, the home was designed in 1967 by University of Texas architecture professor Roland G. Roessner. Recently remodeled, the rear of the house shows off some drama. Walls of glass meet a lap pool and manicured landscaping in the backyard, while the interior is a classed-up, stripped-down version of that same typical tract house, complete with air hockey table. Five bedrooms and six bathrooms spread over 7,000 square feet mean plenty of space for the kids, with a resort-like feel in the backyard for mom and dad. Finally, suburban bliss without the chintz.
· 3601 Euclid Avenue [Sotheby's]