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Funky warehouse-inspired home asks $749K in Dallas

Now for something a little different

Contemporary home with stone and tile facade.
Looks pretty straight-forward from the outside.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Dallas, Texas

Price: $749,000

Now for something a little different, how about a warehouse-in-a-house property that’s nothing like you’ve seen before?

A wholly contemporary home designed by John Shortall and builder Kenneth Schleback in 2015 has come on the market in the Farmers Branch neighborhood of Dallas, Texas. Although it looks like a more or less traditional home with a gable roof the outside, the interiors tell another story.

Measuring 2,325 square feet, the three-bedroom features a soaring great room characterized by a curved ceiling and corresponding steel beams, polished concrete floors, and windows galore. Reminds us of a silo or a barn.

A fireplace marks the lounge area on one end, while a sleek kitchen is found on the other side. A screen made of a pattern of sculptural rings acts as a divider.

The curved ceiling extends to the master bedroom, while the other two rooms are contained in a standard box. The two bathrooms are similarly futuristic, with heated floors and pretty stone and tile detailing.

With green features like geothermal heating a solar panels, the property at 2619 Leta Mae Lane is offered at $749,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty