”.. a spa? Hotel catering? Daaaang! Walter, Are You Listening?”

.. A spa? hotel catering? “Daaaang! Walter, are you getting this?”

Listening to a representative from the Four Seasons Hotel and Club, Candy realized her  house was missing out on all the amenities the hotel has to offer. Aside from golf, there’s the spa, catering, swimming pools, kids camp, clubhouse for parties, and more.

Many attendees had that same, “Dang my house doesn’t have that” look as they heard about the “surround” provided by Four Seasons. It was the icing on top of the three special homes CandysDirt.com visited last night at the Enclave in Las Colinas.

In case you missed, we’re talking about 4774, 4782 and 4786 Byron Cir. These are three homes facing the 17th hole at the Four Seasons TPC course that’s been home to the Byron Nelson tournament for many years.



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So after today we will be enjoying the spaces that hold families and memories — our homes — and we encourage you to do the same. We’ll publish a few of our favorite daily features in the coming days, so feel free to take a moment to yourself and read our newsletter or our Facebook and Instagram feeds.

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Unit 18E inside The Warrington features contemporary interiors and stunning views from the corner windows.

This might just be our most ambitious CandysDirt.com Staff Meeting yet. Starting at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow, the CandysDirt.com staff is taking over The Warrington for a battle royale between the impeccable units populating four floors of this well-known building on Turtle Creek.

If you’ve been following along, Jon Anderson has given you the inside scoop on the four units you’ll be touring tomorrow afternoon as we celebrate #LoveandWarrington. You can catch the details on these four amazing condos here, here, here, and here. We’ll be touring units 3C, 11B, 18E, and 19F, plus a sneak peek at a high-flying unit on the 22nd floor that hasn’t hit MLS yet.

Unit 19F is a beautiful, traditionally styled unit with amazing views.

Unit 19F is a beautiful, traditionally styled unit with amazing views.

Jump to find out how you can attend!



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In case you missed our other entries, on Sept. 22, CandysDirt.com is going to Warr … The Warrington that is.  Our next Staff Meeting open house event will traverse four units at The Warrington. Previously units 3C, 11B and 18E were showcased and you can catch up here, here, and here, respectively.  Today we’re moving a pinch further up further up to 19F.


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The Warrington is the backdrop for CandysDirt.com’s latest Staff Meeting home showcase.  On Sept. 22 we’ll be celebrating four impressive units at The Warrington condos on Turtle Creek.  If you missed the first two properties you can catch up here and here (but don’t let it happen again!).

Our third property is 18E, and it’s also the largest.  It boasts 3,052 square feet of space containing three bedrooms with two full and one half bathrooms.  It’s listed with Jason Garcia and Grant Vancleve with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s for $1,199,000.

It’s probably a pinch too large for my own needs, but the window space, balconies and high floor conspire to quicken my pulse.


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On Sept. 22, CandysDirt.com will be hosting a Staff Meeting open house event at four fantastic Warrington abodes on Turtle Creek.  In case you missed, you’ll find the first installment here.

This time we’re moving into the double digits with unit 11B on the front side of the building with swooning views of downtown.  This traditionally décored home is 2,533 square feet with just two bedrooms and two full and one half bathrooms. It’s listed with Ani Nosnik from Allie Beth Allman’s Urban team for $1.199 million.


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On Sept. 22, CandysDirt.com is going to Warr … The Warrington that is.  Our next Staff Meeting event will take place as a rolling party in four units.  It’s the prefect way to give buyers unfamiliar with the building a taste of the whole shebang … with a glass of wine and a dash of Candy.

Readers will know that I recently awarded The Warrington my “wish I’d bought years ago” prize in my biased high-rise awards (here, here).  The building was built in 1981, the year I graduated high school kindergarten high school.  While the 24-story building looks physically large, it contains just 135 units, about a third that of neighboring “21.” By today’s glitzy, glassy standards, The Warrington’s exterior is unadorned and unflashy.  It sits on Turtle Creek Blvd. as part of the family.

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Entering the lobby, you know this building’s glamor has been saved for residents and guests.  It’s an elegant, airy space with a timeless mix of wood paneling, stone, and velvet.  No granny chic here.


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I can see jealousy at the Crescent Court

The most pleasantly surprising moments at last evening’s event at The Jordan apartments were not when the the wine flowed out of bottles named “Jordan,” or when we oohed and ahhed over the cove-lit ceilings in the penthouse units. No, it was when we spied residents using the outdoor barbecues.  I’ve lived in many an apartment with communal barbecues where you could get grill marks on your steak without even firing it up … just laying it on the rusty unused grates gave you all the “sear” marks you’d want.

But last night, between tours of The Jordan’s luscious units, I saw a steady stream of residents making their way to the communal barbecues to fix dinner. A little skewered shrimp here, a little salmon there, a big ‘ol steak. It sounds like a small thing, but it hints at a community that feels at home.