A few years ago, Susan and Clay Phillips were looking for a bigger house. Their young family was growing, and they didn’t want to leave the neighborhood. When they spotted this gorgeous 1948 M Streets English Tudor at 6359 McCommas Boulevard, they knew they had found their next home. (more…)
Five years ago, Dallas City Center realtor Dani Hanna got a call to sell an Old Lake Highlands midcentury modern home at 816 Creekridge Drive. A couple had kept this 2,088-square-foot house as a rental, and it was in bad shape.
You read that headline right. Our Inwood House of the Week is indeed a Highland Park modern tree house with a rooftop pool. It also has four stories. What a find! We’re betting Dave Perry-Miller listing agent Christine McKenny sells 3404 Harvard Avenue in record time. (more…)
“They don’t make them like this anymore,” Teffy Jacobs said.
Jacobs is Vice President of Doris Jacobs Real Estate with Allie Beth Allman, and she’s right. You seldom find a home that looks like the photography team from Architectural Digest just walked out the front door. This stunning Highland Park Tudor at 4312 Arcady Ave. is what we call a showstopper. (more…)
Our Saturday Seven Hundred, at 3938 Lively Ln., is a Midway Hollow Modern that is a prime example of why young families are not only flocking into this hot neighborhood, they’re staying.
If builders aren’t flipping, they’re creating spec homes like this cool contemporary built by Brad Thurman of Thurman Real Estate Partners. Thurman finished the 2,674-square-foot home in early 2015. With three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a powder bath, it’s what young families want today. Of course, it helps when you have a seller with great taste and an excellent designer like Gary Owens on board. Owens not only helped with the interiors, but he’s also responsible for the lovely landscape design.
Dave Perry-Miller agent Michelle McElreath listed this house for $739,000 a few days ago.
“It went under contract to the first person that saw it,” McElreath said. “Every single person that has looked at it has wanted to buy it. We are still showing the house, and people are asking about back up offers. What is so perfect about the house is — it’s just easy. You walk in and even before it was impeccably decorated you think, oh yeah this works. Whether you entertain four or 40, it works. It’s flooded with light but still private. It’s a great house in a great neighborhood.”
East Dallas is a mecca for those who love vintage homes. Our Friday Five Hundred is a charming Lakewood Hills Tudor at 6910 Casa Loma Ave. Built in 1925, it has all of the essential ingredients. From the characteristics that define Tudors, to the modern updates that today’s buyers need, this 2,044-square-foot home has it all.
Privacy and space are hot commodities today. It’s hard to find one, much less both, but we have. Our Inwood House of the Week, at 1402 Yakimo Dr., is a Kessler Park Estate in Oak Cliff, set in almost an acre of woods. It’s hard to believe a property like this still exists only minutes from downtown Dallas.
Becky Frey and Jenni Stolarski with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s have this one-of-a-kind 5,363-square-foot secluded estate listed for $1.695 million.
Chris Brumley of Brumley Gardens worked with Bickers on the landscaping and seasonal planting in the front of the house.
If you’ve driven, biked, or walked around White Rock Lake, you’ll know this house. High on a hill overlooking the fork of West Lawther Drive and Branchfield Drive, this Cape Cod eclectic home, at 7634 Fisher Rd., is spectacular.