Room With a View

How to get a million-dollar condo view in Dallas for less than $370,000

How to get a million-dollar condo view in Dallas for under $370,000

2430 Victory Park Unit 2001 view
The private terrace of unit 2001 at W Dallas Victory Residences. Photo courtesy of Clay Stapp+Co/Shoot2Sell
2430 Victory Park Unit 2001
The kitchen and living areas combine for one big great room. Photo courtesy of Clay Stapp+Co/Shoot2Sell
2430 Victory Park Unit 2001
Limestone floors run throughout the condo. Photo courtesy of Clay Stapp+Co/Shoot2Sell
2430 Victory Park Unit 2001 dining
Dining with a view. Photo courtesy of Clay Stapp+Co/Shoot2Sell
2430 Victory Park Unit 2001 kitchen
Kitchen has Miele appliances and quartz countertops. Photo courtesy of Clay Stapp+Co/Shoot2Sell
2430 Victory Park Unit 2001 bedroom
The bedroom has plenty of room for furniture. Photo courtesy of Clay Stapp+Co/Shoot2Sell
2430 Victory Park Unit 2001 bathroom
The bathroom is big enough for a soaker tub and roomy shower. Photo courtesy of Clay Stapp+Co/Shoot2Sell
2430 Victory Park Unit 2001 view
Plus you get to look at this. Photo courtesy of Clay Stapp+Co/Shoot2Sell
W Hotel Residences Dallas fitness center
And you have access to this. Photo courtesy of Clay Stapp+Co/Shoot2Sell
W Hotel Dallas pool
And you get to swim here. Photo courtesy of Clay Stapp+Co/Shoot2Sell
2430 Victory Park Unit 2001 view
2430 Victory Park Unit 2001
2430 Victory Park Unit 2001
2430 Victory Park Unit 2001 dining
2430 Victory Park Unit 2001 kitchen
2430 Victory Park Unit 2001 bedroom
2430 Victory Park Unit 2001 bathroom
2430 Victory Park Unit 2001 view
W Hotel Residences Dallas fitness center
W Hotel Dallas pool

It may seem unlikely that anyone could live on the 20th floor of a luxury Dallas high-rise for less than $400,000. But believe it: Unit 2001 at the W Dallas Victory Residences is on the market for $369,000, listed with Kim Hoggatt of Clay Stapp+Co.

The 825-square-foot unit has the open floor plan you’d expect; essentially, the living, kitchen and dining areas are one great room with an even greater view overlooking the city, through a bank of floor-to-ceiling windows. If you want to get a closer look, have your morning coffee or post-work glass of wine on the cozy terrace.

Of course, you also get access to all of the swanky amenities at the W, including 24-hour valet, private pool and fitness center, access to Bliss spa, room service, and two parking spots. The location is an amenity in itself.

Limestone floors run throughout the condo, and the kitchen boasts Miele appliances and quartz countertops. True, you might have to downsize for this place, but there is a beefy bank of cabinets separating the kitchen from the bedroom, a hallway lined with closets and onsite storage unit. Besides, wouldn’t you give up (almost) everything for that view?

The master bedroom is a good size; no worries there on your furniture fitting. Speaking of size, the bathroom is surprisingly spacious, with an oversize soaker tub and separate, roomy shower. Sure, it has a rather bargain-basement-looking vanity with only one sink, but that’s an easy fix.

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A version of this story originally was published on Candy’s Dirt.