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3509 Crescent Ave., Old Highland Park
Britain's Prince Charles told architect Scott Merrill that the Highland Park home had an "incredibly ‘appetizing’ Arts and Crafts feel." Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate
3509 Crescent Ave., Old Highland Park pool
The use of a grass deck around the swimming pool creates the illusion of a reflecting pond against the backdrop of the guest quarters. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate
3509 Crescent Ave., Old Highland Park
Landscaping is by Warren H. Johnson, architect of the Dallas Arboretum, and includes three separate gardens. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate
3509 Crescent Ave., Old Highland Park
The beautiful hardwood floors extend through the kitchen. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate
3509 Crescent Ave., Old Highland Park
The interior supplies “a very intimate yet airy feel,” the listing agent says. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate
3509 Crescent Ave., Old Highland Park
The master bedroom looks onto the immaculate grounds. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate
3509 Crescent Ave., Old Highland Park
The master bath has a jetted tub and separate vanities. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate