Stop everything: The contemporary masterpiece of Old Highland Park could be yours. The list of luxuries is thrilling: art-gallery entry; floating staircase; walls of glass; Poliform kitchen; first-floor master suite; glass-floored bridge walkway on second level; game room/gym; outdoor kitchen; gleaming pool; eight-car garage; and lush landscaping. Architecturally significant and award-winning, 3601 Euclid Avenue in Dallas is represented by expert agents Ashley Akin Pearl and Michael Wong, and is brand new on briggsfreeman.com/tour, with an immersive virtual-reality walkthrough. Sited on a nearly half-acre lot on one of Old Highland Park's most prestigious streets, the home was originally designed in 1967 by Roland Gommel Roessner, FAIA, an architecture professor at the University of Texas at Austin. It was fully reimagined and deftly expanded in 2008 by noted Dallas firm Brown Architects. Its features and amenities are exquisite, from the two-story vaulted ceiling in the master bedroom to the stunning bridge walkway — complete with glass floor panels — that leads to the upstairs living/game room or gym. In all, the home offers five bedrooms, six full baths, three fireplaces and multiple living spaces, indoors and out. It is just steps from the Katy Trail and close to the Knox-Henderson district, the Highland Park police and fire departments and Armstrong Elementary School. With extensive and thoughtful updates, and LEED Silver certification for its green-living and energy-efficient features, this architectural gem is a one-of-a-kind home of a lifetime. 3601 Euclid Avenue in Dallas' Old Highland Park is represented by Ashley Akin Pearl and Michael Wong for $5,300,000.