With the first quarter of 2015 winding down and the Dallas real estate market still red hot, we realized it’s been a little while since we’ve checked in on lofts for sale around the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
As some of our favorite properties to show clients, Dallas lofts never seem to disappoint, regardless of when or where you’re looking. Another great aspect about Dallas lofts for sale is that no matter your design tastes or preferences, something is almost always on the market that is sure to satisfy almost every single item on that never-ending wish list that most home buyers seem to carry around during their search.
Don’t believe us?
Well, here are just several examples of the different loft styles that occupy a place on the DFW real estate market, with plenty more just waiting to be found by those who love loft condos as much as we do. Have a look below:
For our money, timber lofts tend to offer the most authentic look and feel of any loft-type, and if you’re one who truly appreciates a sense of authentic character in a residential loft space, you can’t go wrong with a timber loft that has oversized beams and columns throughout. Although not terribly common around Dallas-Fort Worth, timber loft opportunities do present themselves every now and then, as long as you remain patient during your home search.
Because most loft buildings are conversions of old industrial warehouses, many often feature raw finishes like exposed brick, exposed duct work, and of course high concrete ceilings; and there’s no better example of such a building than the award-winning Texas & Pacific Lofts over at 221 W. Lancaster Avenue in Fort Worth. Along with a chic and stylish layout, lofts here are also quite affordable as well!
Modern-contemporary loft condos in DFW are usually all about the interior finishes. From the sleek kitchen cabinetry and fixtures to the wide open spaces and huge floor-to-ceiling windows, if there’s one type of loft conversion or develop that the Dallas area isn’t lacking, it’s modern-contemporary lofts with all kinds of appeal and desirability.
Soft lofts really offer home buyers the best of both worlds when it comes to a loft-style condo. Although you might have some minor loft features like exposed duct work or an open concept floor plan, you’ll typically get more of a finished feel from a soft loft in Dallas, as you can see from this perfect example below.
While many don’t often associate loft condos with high-rise living, the W Residences at 2430 Victory Park Lane are a perfect demonstration of how it’s certainly capable to combine the two. Taking unit #2709 for example, the wide-open floor plan, massive windows, multiple levels of ling space, and huge concrete columns are about as “lofty” as it gets, while also being perched high-up on the building’s 27th floor.