4337 Travis Street

What an exceptional opportunity to live in one of these gorgeous modern townhomes designed by Lionel Morrison. The architect, which has a fondness for minimalistic modern design that pairs metal and natural materials seamlessly, has designed amazing Dallas homes and landmarks, including this light and bright mansion on Northaven Road, One Arts Plaza, and many more.

We’ve featured one of these incredible Travis Street townhomes before as a Monday Morning Millionaire, and today’s Lease of the Week is just as fabulous as that home, only it doesn’t have a rooftop deck. Still, it’s a beautiful home in an amazing location with everything your modern-loving heart desires. Located at 4337 Travis Street, you can rent this gorgeous concrete, glass, and steel beauty marketed by Rogers Healy himself for $9,000 a month.

4337 Travis Entry

Let’s take a look inside this fabulous home …


I figure that once you leave the White House, you might be a little weary of pomp, circumstance and overdosing on traditional. Laura Bush is said to vastly prefer clean lines in her home decor, I guess that’s what all that Williamsburg cherry ball and claw does to you after eight years! So why not make your NEXT White House a striking, clean as a whistle contemporary like this uber mod baby by Lionel Morrison, he of the $9.75 million  Northaven home design fame (off the market, currently), One Arts Plaza, among many, many others. 3215 Princeton boasts three bedrooms, three and a half baths in 3680 square feet with excellent natural light, fourteen-foot ceilings, limestone walls, art lighting, built-ins, rich, warm hued hardwoods and a wall of magnificent floor to ceiling windows (with retractable electronic shades) that overlook a lap pool, picturesque fountain and outdoor fireplace. Priced at $2.4 million. The only problem I can see is the home’s address on Princeton Avenue. Say what? I’m not saying Princeton is NOT one of the most prestigious addys in town, but most recent presidents have hailed from Yale and Harvard.

Well, guess we could always make an Ivy League exception!