Century-Old Restored Tudor for Sale

3824 Shenandoah, Highland Park, Texas. | Image by Perry-Miller Streiff Group

A nearly century-old Highland Park Tudor representing a masterclass in architectural rejuvenation is up for sale.

Not simply a renovated property brought into the modern world, the 1926 Highland Park Tudor illustrates how a property can be refreshed in a way that celebrates and respects the home’s original character and architectural features. Now, this five-bedroom, five-bathroom, 5,360-square-foot home in Highland Park is up for sale.

Listed for just shy of $7 million, the home located at 3824 Shenandoah was extensively remodeled and expanded in 2013 and 2014. Preservation Park Cities, an organization that works to preserve Highland Park and University Park’s aesthetics, architecture, culture, and history, has landmarked the property.

The visionary behind this project is Price Pritchett, a builder and owner of Pritchett-IV, a firm focused on new construction, design, and large-scale remodeling projects in Dallas, Austin, and Santa Fe. What makes this project even more special is that the home is actually owned by Pritchett’s parents.

To assist with the rejuvenation, he sought the help of architect Paul Turney of Turney & Associates. The Dallas local has been designing homes in the region for more than three decades. He has even been recognized by D Magazine for designing some of the best homes in the City in 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022.

Pritchett said Turney was critical to the project.

“He worked with us on the architectural elements, adding nuanced exterior additions, coming up with period-correct trim pieces throughout, and selecting wallpaper that was representative of the 1920s. We wanted to keep the original scale of the rooms to preserve that warm feeling. It’s part of what is beautiful about the home. We did not push out any exterior walls,” said Pritchett, per CandysDirt.com.

Many of the changes implemented in the renovation are subtle and appear original. Pritchett told CandysDirt.com he was aiming for “relaxed elegance and livability.”

“Of all the homes our family has owned over the years, this one is the favorite. There was a space for everyone, it’s a nice scale, beautifully finished out, and has all of the modern technology.”

For further information, contact Ryan Streiff or Karen Fry, the property’s agents.

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