Dallas Farmhouse Homes for Sale

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Farmhouses January 28, 2022
147
Listed
100
Avg. DOM
$586.24
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,050,000
Med. List Price
147 Properties
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NTREIS data last updated January 28, 2022.

What Defines A Modern Farmhouse?

Key features of farmhouse style home design:

  • Large lot or property size
  • A frame roofs
  • Lofts and open areas
  • The floorplan is open, light, and bright
  • Typically a white, gray and black color pallete
  • Massive windows, many times with black frames

The Dallas Modern Farmhouse Market

The Collin County are has become the epicenter of the modern farmhouse boom. Many of our custom and production builders have pivoted to offer everything you need to create the definitive farmhouse look. As a matter of fact, painting your brick white is almost impossible in many neighborhoods. This is due to how many residents have already opted for this. The 'law of repitition' prohibits the same look on a home within 3-5 homes of each other.