This French-inspired home features a stately symmetrical facade draped in eye-catching climbing vines, which lend color and grandeur to the exterior.
The pristine home sits on a .73-acre lot in the heart of Old Preston Hollow and offers massive curb appeal.
With its leafy, tree-lined streets and darling homes dating as far back as the 1920s, the M Streets continues to be a popular neighborhood for couples and young families who want to be close to downtown and near White Rock Lake.
Homes have high-gabled roofs, interesting stonework and masonry chimneys.
Accessing the trail can be tricky and is easiest from the plaza near Knox and Travis streets or from one of the parks, although some residential complexes include private gates.
The redevelopment of the former Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad line (known as MKT, or "Katy") into the Katy Trail pedestrian and bicycle path has created an important greenway link for Uptown to the Victory Park development and American Airlines Center on the south and to Southern Methodist University and the Park Cities on the north.
The 3.5-mile trail, which hugs Turtle Creek and links Lee and Reverchon parks, is packed on weekends with joggers, rollerbladers, bikers and walkers.
Prompted by city tax incentives, Uptown began its current development phase in the early 1990s.
Mid-rise apartments and townhouses rule, though a handful of luxury high-rise options are available.