Mid-century modern enthusiasts, get out your hankies. You are going to drool over 7010 Airline Dr., a three-bedroom, two-bath University Park home just a hop from SMU listed at $898,000. (Yes, Virginia, there are homes under $1 million in Park Cities.) The personal home of the late architect Glen Galloway was built in 1962, and this well-preserved mid-century modern was the recipient of AIA’s 25 Year Award. The home has been written up in several local publications, and the interior features glass and museum finish walls and original materials, such as Carrara marble floors and a gas fireplace embedded in a wall of paneling that conceals ample storage. The home office even has the architect’s original drafting desk and drawers. The master suite overlooks a private Japanese garden, treed yard with covered terrace, and outdoor shower. Opposite this, two bedrooms (one has original cork flooring) are connected by a Jack and Jill bathroom. This is an excellent opportunity for a mid-century modern enthusiast to live within a work of art. Plus, the home has been on the market for a wee bit and sellers might be ready to say, Let’s Make A Deal.