Bill Lenox lived life beautifully. He loved people, fine food, beautiful art, and being an entrepreneur. But most of all Bill, like his oldest son, Jason Lenox, loved people. He had a heart bigger than his beloved Texas, and that heart gave out last month. It’s a tremendous loss not only for his family, but for the entire community.
Bill, owner of Bob’s Steak and Chop House, was one of those larger-than-life characters.
Our Inwood National Bank House of the Week is a picture-perfect new American Colonial in Lakewood Heights at 6350 Belmont Avenue. We had to do a double take to be sure it was new construction and not a flawless renovation.
Once in a while we see a house and think, wow, it checks every single box a buyer wants. This Hill Country contemporary at 5531 Boca Raton is a great example of getting it absolutely right.
Hunter Dehn and Laura Baynham of The Hunter Dehn Group just listed this 4,253-square-foot home in Inwood Road Estates for $1.395 million. If you’re unfamiliar with the area, it’s right across the Dallas North Tollway from The Lamplighter School and The Hockaday School. You can also be downtown in minutes — talk about a great location.
Mention the name Stoneleigh to anyone that’s been in Dallas for 20 years or so and watch as their face lights up. Then get ready for a story because we all have one about this incredible building. (more…)
Nothing says home quite like a classic, all-American, Cape Cod cottage.
Originating in 17th century New England, they became popular again in the 1930s. It’s during this time period when architects began to take a bit of license with the look, increasing the size, adding a full second story, and using stone as an embellishment, which made them even more appealing. (more…)
Designing a house is lot like writing music, and architects bear a close relationship to composers. William S. Briggs designed this stunning University Park transitional at 3200 Purdue Avenue, our Inwood National Bank Home of the Week, with these thoughts in mind. (more…)
HGTV, are you paying attention? Not only do we have an incredible University Park contemporary for you, we’re pretty certain we have your next design stars.
John and Whitney Coke own this terrific two-story home at 2941 University Boulevard. It’s just across from Burleson Park and a few blocks from SMU. It didn’t look anything like this when they bought it, however. They have remodeled the original 1940 house to absolute perfection. (more…)
As soon as we peeked past the screen door of this sophisticated Briarwood cottage we knew we were in for a treat, and so are you. It’s filled with character, charm, and clever design elements. Just as we expected, it’s the home of a very talented interior designer, Lisa Henderson. It’s clear to see she’s taken a fresh approach to classic European style with an emphasis on comfort. Let’s just say, if Kate and William were searching for interior design help, they’d be very pleased with Henderson’s taste and talent.