Dallas Penthouses Homes For Sale

Penthouses Homes in Dallas Tx

Penthouses are the ultimate status symbol in today's society. They're usually only available to high-end buyers who want a piece of property that commands respect and admiration from others around them, as well has having all those luxurious amenities at their fingertips--exposure or privacy overlooking beautiful scenery while never needing more than one room!

Included below are Dallas Penthouse Homes For Sale. Listings are updated right here as soon as homes are listed on the MLS. If you would like more information on any of these Dallas Penthouse homes for sale, just click the "Request More Information" button when viewing the property details. You can register for a free account so you can receive email alerts whenever new Dallas Penthouse homes for sale come on the market. 

Dallas Penthouse Homes For Sale May 22, 2022
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Listed
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Avg. DOM
$820.99
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,912,000
Med. List Price
14 Properties
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NTREIS data last updated May 22, 2022.

5 Penthouse Characteristics

Here is our list of 5 common features of Dallas penthouses:

  1. Premium Finishes, Large Windows, and High ceilings
  2. Premium finishes and details
  3. A private outdoor area
  4. Amazing views
  5. Large footprint with multiple bedrooms

What Defines A Penthouse?

Penthouse apartments are typically spacious, well-appointed and come with a more luxurious floor plan than other units. This makes them the most expensive properties in any given building or neighborhood. They are also typically located on the top floor and sometimes consume the complete floor for just one unit.