Million Dollar Listing

Talked-about condo at Dallas’ One Arts Plaza only requires $2.6 million

Talked-about condo at Dallas’ One Arts Plaza only requires $2.6M

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The living room offers expansive views of downtown. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry Miller
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No expense was spared during the renovation of this property, which is actually two separate units combined into one. Photo courtsey of David Griffin & Company
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The 3,153-square-foot space’s architectural design was done by Lionel Morrison, and the interiors by Droese and Raney Architecture. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry Miller
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The sleek Poliform kitchen boasts Miele and Sub-Zero appliances.  Photo courtesy of Dave Perry Miller
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A wide bar provides plenty of seating for guests while your entertaining. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry Miller
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The master suite is spacious and sleek. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry Miller
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The master closet is large enough to host a small dinner party. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry Miller
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The new owners added natural stone elements to the bathrooms. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry Miller
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Waking up to this view every morning is sure to make every day a good day. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry Miller
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Just imagine a relaxing soak in this tub at the end of a long day. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry Miller
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The property boasts a 673-square-foot terrace. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry Miller Courtesy of One Arts Plaza Unit 2303
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There’s a new listing at One Arts Plaza, and it’s a talker. If you’ve been around Dallas for a while, then the name Angie Barrett probably rings a bell — as does her former condo at the swanky Arts District tower, which is actually two condos combined into one.

The famed socialite sold unit 2303 back in 2014. Two years later, the couple who bought it from her have put it back up for sale. Barrett’s original price was $2.1 million, and that included the furniture, like the Cassina sofas, which retail for around $11,000 each. Today, it’s listed for $2,599,000 — furniture not included— with Kenneth Walters of Dave Perry-Miller.

Architect Lionel Morrison designed the 3,153-square-foot space, and the interiors were handled by Droese and Raney Architecture. Needless to say, the condo is loaded with custom features, from a walk-in closet that’s large enough to host a small dinner party, to custom air vents, floor-to-ceiling windows with motorized window coverings, Edelman leather walls, and museum lighting by Tully Weis.

Unsurprisingly, the sleek Poliform kitchen is equipped with Miele and Sub-Zero appliances. And there’s a 673-square-foot terrace that offers unparalleled views of the city.

The new owners did add their own touch to the place after purchasing it. They introduced some much-needed color to all the rooms (the original property was all white), took out a wall in the master suite to give a clear view to the outside, and changed up the bathrooms by adding natural stone.

Let’s just hope this time the sale isn’t as — how shall we say? — complicated as last time.