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Look to pocket neighborhoods for your next home

Some of the best Dallas neighborhoods – and their beautiful homes – are tucked away in pockets of the city.

Two examples are Caruth Homeplace, which has about 90 homes built between 1979 and 1990, and the homes behind the Pink Wall on Northwest Highway, which trace their origins to the 1950s.

Allie Beth Allman & Associates agents, experts on both neighborhoods, can help find the right home for your lifestyle. Be sure to ask about available homes that are on a private list available only to Allman.

Located inside the gated and guarded Caruth Homeplace is the one-story home at 13 Saint Laurent Place. Situated on a cul-de-sac in a parklike setting and offered by Christine McKenny, the two-bedroom residence has floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking a central courtyard. The primary suite includes two large closets and a marble bathroom. The neighborhood features a pool, tennis courts and a recreation center.

Behind the curvy Pink Wall, Anne Oliver can show you the updated, first-floor condominium at 6328 Bandera Ave., unit A. This two-bedroom home offers a landscaped yard and live oaks shading the entry. The primary suite has dual closets, dual sinks and a glass shower.

Luxury leader Allie Beth Allman & Associates sells more homes priced at $2 million and above than any other brokerage, according to Multiple Listing Service statistics, and leads in the sale of homes in premier neighborhoods.

To connect with a luxury real estate expert, visit alliebeth.com.


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