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3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
Kameron and Court Westcott have listed their Highland Park home for $5.125 million. Photo courtesy of Compass
3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
3600 Dartmouth Ave. was built by luxury homebuilder George Lewis. Photo courtesy of Compass
3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
Bright, colorful artwork can be found throughout the house. Photo courtesy of Compass
3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
The home is over 7,000 square feet. Photo courtesy of Compass
3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
A formal dining room has a touch of whimsy. Photo courtesy of Compass
3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
The all-white kitchen is crisp and clean. Photo courtesy of Compass
3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
A massive island adds even more seating. Photo courtesy of Compass
3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
The impressive kitchen also opens to the living room. Photo courtesy of Compass
3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
The breakfast area overlooks the backyard. Photo courtesy of Compass
3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
The living room has a wall of windows that fully retract. Photo courtesy of Compass
3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
The partially covered patio has a wood-burning fireplace and outdoor kitchen. Photo courtesy of Compass
3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
The lagoon-like pool and spa are surrounded by a high privacy fence. Photo courtesy of Compass
3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
The master bedroom has vaulted and beamed ceilings. Photo courtesy of Compass
3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
Four of the five bedrooms are located on the second floor. Photo courtesy of Compass
3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
Chandeliers can be found in many of the rooms. Photo courtesy of Compass
3600 Dartmouth Avenue Dallas house for sale
The basement screening room has a red-and-black theme. Photo courtesy of Compass