This home is perfect for a family with an active lifestyle that wants security, location, and access to Dallas’ crown jewel, White Rock Lake. Not only is it spacious with four bedrooms, two full and one half baths, and large living areas, but it is inside the Lawtherwood subdivision, where you’ll have access to a private park with an affordable HOA.
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Lofts are great for people who want wide-open floorplans, high ceilings, and great views, but sometimes lofts can feel somewhat cramped with small square-footage and bathrooms that feel like converted closets. That’s what makes this doubled-up unit inside the SoCo building so unique. Not only does it have fantastic downtown views thanks to its spot on the ninth floor, eight-foot windows, exposed brick, and upgraded fixtures, but it has 2,172 square feet.
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Beth Watson lives about a mile from my house in Casa Linda Estates, so she and I shop and frequent a lot of the same neighborhood joints and parks. I see Beth, her husband, and their adorable girls at Casa Linda Park pretty frequently. Her kids go to the same preschool and my little boy. So when I posted about taking a walk with my son and my over-sized shedding machine of a Great Pyrenees mix named Hornsby through #eastdallas, I noticed that Beth had commented on my photo with a different hashtag: #gardendistrict. That was Jan. 24.
With all of the hubbub going on in Travis and Hays County in Central Texas, our state is finally learning the true worth of water. Now that we’ve had day after day after day of rain, and our lakes are rising once again, we have to remember that conservation is key when it comes to accommodating the growth of our region. That’s a gospel that Ebby Halliday Realtor Pam Daniel preaches to classes and clients all over North Texas with her EcoBroker certification and her Master Gardner Chops. If you’ve wanted to learn the ways of rainwater harvesting, having a more energy efficient home, or balked at the idea of xeriscaping, Daniel can show you the ropes.
You’re probably already thinking, “Wait, this home is owned by a Realtor and is in Lakewood? I bet it’s already under contract.” You’re right, folks. This truly beautiful three-bedroom, two-bath 1936 updated traditional in Gaston Place wasn’t on the market for more than a few days before someone submitted a winning bid.
Homes like this show buyers that they have to act fast in this market if they want to score a gorgeous property that is move-in ready. That means getting pre-qualified with a loan professional that won’t let anything slip come time to close. Don’t dally! Call Lisa Peters at Caliber Home Loans so you can snatch your dream home off the market before someone else does!
After a getting a new brand, the antique emporium in the Dallas Design District formerly known as Donald J. Embree Antiques celebrated its new moniker with a soiree benefiting Dwell With Dignity last month. The interior design community fell in love with the store, now Embree & Lake, all over again inside its beautiful digs at 1115 Slocum Street. The shop, which just turned 54, hosted the biggest names in Dallas design, including Kenneth Craighead, Loyd Taylor, Sherry Hayslip, John Phifer Mars, David Salem, Peggy Levinson, and Lisa Robison.
To highlight the evening, shop owner Marc Lake toasted Donald J. Embree, who founded the namesake business. With Don’s passing and his grace, Marc committed to carrying on the well-known collection and keeping it current. The whole bash not only shed light on Embree & Lake’s stunning selection of furnishings and unique accessories, but also highlighted the great work that nonprofit Dwell With Dignity is doing.
PSW is constructing a single-family development in North Oak Cliff called Bishop Heights. Homes will include green features such as solar panels and earth-friendly construction materials. The Austin-based company recently announced another Dallas development planned for an area near SMU.
PSW Homes is slowly changing the face of Dallas neighborhoods it seems, as the Austin-based builder buys up tracts in hot neighborhoods throughout our fair city and redevelops into eco-friendly and attractive housing. The builder just announced a second East Dallas development, a follow-up to the company’s Grove on Lovers Lane neighborhood, that will occupy a 7-acre site southeast of North Central and Mockingbird, replacing a development full of aging duplexes.