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3621 Cornell Ave., Highland Park Colonial, for sale
 The Highland Park Colonial Revival was built in 1916 for Bishop H.T. Moore, the Episcopalian Bishop in Dallas from 1924-1945.  Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller
3621 Cornell Ave., Highland Park Colonial, for sale
The bishop was known to marry couples in the living room. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller
3621 Cornell Ave., Highland Park Colonial, for sale
 The 200-year-old pine floors were installed over 100 years ago. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller
3621 Cornell Ave., Highland Park Colonial, for sale
The master bedroom originally was a sleeping porch. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller
3621 Cornell Ave., Highland Park Colonial, for sale
The master bath has a spa-sized tub. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller
3621 Cornell Ave., Highland Park Colonial, for sale
There are surprises waiting upstairs. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller
3621 Cornell Ave., Highland Park Colonial, for sale
Artist Gillian Bradshaw-Smith created a mural inspired by a 1957 Lionel Train catalog. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller
3621 Cornell Ave., Highland Park Colonial, for sale
The train mural appears in a surprise room on the third floor. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller
3621 Cornell Ave., Highland Park Colonial, for sale
The train room could be used as a media or play room. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller
3621 Cornell Ave., Highland Park Colonial, for sale
The kitchen includes a breakfast room. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller
3621 Cornell Ave., Highland Park Colonial, for sale
A lovely patio overlooks an expansive backyard. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller