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Spanish Style Homes for sale in Irving TX

Included below are Spanish Style Homes for sale in Irving TX and surrounding areas. If you would like more information on any of these Properties for Sale in Irving TX, simply click on a property to access the full details. From there, you can request more information or schedule a tour. And we'd be happy to provide you with disclosures, past sales history, dates and prices of properties which have recently sold nearby, and more, please let us know how we can help, it will be a pleasure to assist with your real estate needs! Contact Brownstead Real Estate, LLC, anytime, seven days a week, it will be a pleasure to assist!

What is a Spanish-Style House?

Spanish-style homes are inspired by colonial architecture under Spanish rule and incorporate many key design elements like stucco and terracotta roof tiles. In the United States, they are most common in areas that were ruled by Spain, like Florida, California, and the Southwest. The property styles have also popped in other areas of the country, such as Texas and Arizona due to their popularity.

Spanish Style Homes in DFW Quick Search Links

Provided below are quick search links for spanish style homes in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, to include Irving, Arlington, Southlake, Farmers Branch, Coppell, and Euless TX. Check back often, because additional Spanish Style Homes are listed on a recurrign basis. Please contact Brownstead Real Estate, LLC anytime if you have any questions.

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About Irving TX

Irving is a Texas city just northwest of Dallas. The Irving Arts Center offers changing art exhibitions, outdoor installations, theater productions and concerts. Dominating the center of Williams Square is Robert Glen's “Mustangs of Las Colinas," a bronze sculpture of 9 wild horses galloping through water. The faithfully restored Ruth Paine House Museum explores the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. ― Google

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