One of Dallas’ oldest neighborhoods is home to a cutting-edge new residential community.
Called the Haciendas, the project will include more than six dozen high-design homes being built near Fort Worth Avenue in West Dallas.
The one-of-a-kind development is a project of Oaxaca Interests, the same company that built the popular Sylvan Thirty mixed-use development on Sylvan Avenue west of downtown.
Just a few blocks away, Oaxaca Interests has built the first four of what it plans to be a larger group of style-forward houses on North Edgefield Avenue.
Designed by award-winning architect Lake Flato of San Antonio and Austin, the homes marry an sell my house fast jacksonville outside industrial look with bright and airy interior spaces.
They range in size from 1,550 to just under 1,900 square feet, with stucco exteriors and metal roofs, and they’re built in joined modules.
“The kitchen and living area is in one