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Architecturally Significant Homes
Horse & Trolly

Henry B. Thomson Designed House
3925 Potomac Avenue, Dallas, Texas

The home at 3925 Potomac Avenue is the home architect Hal Thomson designed for him and his wife, Geils Adoue Thomson. The 1921 home, later renovated by architect Wilson Fuqua, is sited on Potomac Avenue in Highland Park and is tucked into nature as mature trees frame the home. Beautifully proportioned, the home’s white picket further enhances the home’s welcoming charm. Over the years, the home has been part of preservation and architecture home tours and is much beloved by many. This home is truly one of Hal Thomson’s most enchanting designs.

When one comes closer to the home, one can see how tall the columns and pickets are that Hal Thomson used to create the illusion of a smaller and intimate home. This is in contrast to the large prominent homes Hal Thomson designed on Swiss avenue in Dallas and Armstrong Parkway in Highland Park.
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