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AT DALLAS' HOTTEST HIGH - RISE, ONE PERK HAS US ALL AGLOW A home built with healthier living in mind has suddenly taken on more significance. Green, healthy homes don't just save water, lower greenhouse gas emissions and cut down on energy use, they can make us feel better and live better. Behind — and beneath — its very stylish walls, 5006 Shadywood Lane in Dallas keeps some very important secrets. It features insulating walls that are six inches thick, windows that are insulated and coated for efficiency and a geother- mal heating and cooling system that in- volves 22 wells, underfloor ductwork and no compressors or refrigerants. A berm around the house manages rainfall. The home is next-level in every way. In Dallas' woodsy Bluffview neighbor- hood, it was designed by the noted Ralph Hawkins of HKS Architects as his own home, in collaboration with Stephen Chambers. It offers the utmost in luxu- ries, including a study, playroom, studio, first-floor main suite, covered loggia, pool, spa, seating area with fire pit, valet motor court, three-car garage, mature trees and lush landscaping. A thrilling mix of green and gorgeous, this four- bedroom, five-bath beauty represents forward thinking at its best. 5006 Shadywood Lane, $6,400,000, repre- sented by Susie Swanson and Faisal Halum, Of the many pleasures on the Amenity Level at HALL Arts Residences — including the dining/ wine room, wine cellar, treatment room, swim- ming pool and putting green — perhaps the most fall-friendly is the alfresco fire pit. High above the bustle of Dallas, the sleek, rectangular stone fixture sits beneath the slatted roof of a thinly elegant white pergola. Flickering from a bed of stones, the flames add an elemental punch to the refined surroundings. With lounge chairs for curling up in and tables for books and drinks, it's a wonderful place to pass the time in the crisp fall weather — always a nice surprise in high-temperature Texas. Surrounded by the shimmering blue of the pool and the velvety jade of the putting green, this is a fresh new take on fall colors — and the perfect spot for another glass of mulled cider. HALL Arts Residences, 1747 Leonard Street, exclusively represented by Kyle Richards and Cindi Caudle of Briggs Free- man Sotheby's International Realty, briggsfree-, Insider information has two new homes: Inside Texas are the definitive guides to living in Dallas or Fort Worth, loaded with facts, trivia, must-know neighborhoods and must-try places. Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty has the scoop on famous regional foods, cultural experiences, lake living, architectural styles, helpful ser- vices, even schools and medical facilities. These guides are so packed with tips and trivia that even if you live here, we bet you'll learn a few things. Dig in at relocation-guide. BEHIND THE BEAUTY K N OW I T A L LS THE SECRETS OF SHADYWOOD LANE FALL FINERY READ THIS Under its glamorous skin, 5006 Shadywood Lane in Dallas brims with eco-friendly features, including thick insulating walls, coated glass and a geothermal climate system with 22 wells. B R I G G S F R E E M A N S O T H E B Y ' S I N T E R N A T I O N A L R E A L T Y

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