Mediterranean and Romanesque Style Architecture

Dallas Eclectic Architecture

The grandeur and grace of Beverly Drive has been defined for almost 100 years by the Mediterranean style homes invoking opulence and prestige reminiscent of Beverly Hills, California. You’ll find classic architectural idioms and Mediterranean style in these Highland Park Estate Homes.

4608 Lakeside Drive, Dallas, Texas

This Highland Park estate home on Lakeside Drive, the most prestigious street in Old Highland Park, has the most beautiful views of Turtle Creek. Inside the house or on the front terrace, you are looking across the lilly pads and great expanse of water framed by azaleas and distant views of the sweeping lawns of magnificent estate properties.

4421 Beverly Drive, Dallas, Texas

Modern award-winning architects Braxton Werner and Paul Field have designed the modern renovation of this original Beverly Drive home in Highland Park. While the scale and exterior architecture is consistent with other homes on the block, the interior has been dramatically changed, reflecting the compatibility of modern with Mediterranean.

4023 Cochran Chapel Road, Dallas, Texas

On a private street of estate and architect designed homes is this majestic Mediterranean home on 2.37 acres. Removed from the street, placed on the crest of a hill, landscape architects David Rolston and Robert Bellamy have created an environment accentuating the home and the tranquility of the site.

4001 Beverly Drive, Dallas, Texas

The many compliments of this new home indicate that it has struck a chord with Dallas. This Romanesque styled home is built out of Texas fossilized limestone. We see many new homes in Dallas that are romanticized revivals of Georgian, Tudor or Italian homes. The exterior of these homes are often very polished with bulging cast stone trim and oversized windows.

3512 Crescent Avenue, Dallas, Texas

4726 Drexel Drive, Dallas, Texas

Highland Park Mediterranean Style Home

This Mediterranean style home designed in 1919 along Hackberry Creek in Highland Park, is significant both architecturally for its renovation and for who has lived in the home over the years. Architect Wilson Fuqua did the renovation and expanded the home in one of the most beautiful and effective ways to enjoy the creek and lush gardens.

3657 Maplewood Avenue, Dallas, Texas

This Italian eclectic home built in 1990 recalls the great houses of the 1920s. 9 foot doors and 11 foot ceilings create a vertical space as the home moves easily across the front axis and deep into the home with visually open horizontal space.

4236 Lorraine Avenue, Dallas, Texas

3516 Beverly Drive, Dallas, Texas

3828 Turtle Creek Drive, Dallas, Texas

Architect John Allen Boyle, who also designed the Shepherd King Mansion, designed this Mediterranean home with elaborate tile and stone detailing. The terraced gardens down to the creek are reminiscent of the best stone tile work of colonial Mexico.

6466 Meadow Road, Dallas, Texas

9918 Avalon Creek Ct, Dallas, Texas

10232 Waller Drive, Dallas, Texas

10620 Strait Lane, Dallas, Texas

4208 Lorraine Avenue, Dallas, Texas

4208 Lorraine Avenue, Highland Park, Dallas,Texas

3824 Miramar Avenue, Dallas, Texas

3824 Miramar Avenue found in Highland Park Dallas neighborhood.

3616 Euclid Avenue, Dallas, Texas

3616 Euclid Avenue, Highland Park, Dallas, Texas

3524 Beverly Drive, Dallas, Texas

3524 Beverly Drive, Highland Park, Dallas, Texas