Custom Landscaping Is Just the Beginning at this Kiestwood Estates Renovation |

One of the largest concentrations of intact midcentury houses in Dallas can be found in an Oak Cliff neighborhood many people have never heard of, Kiestwood Estates. 

Our Thursday Three Hundred at 2529 Woodmere Dr. is a 1955 ranch-style midcentury in this wonderful part of the city, set among rolling hills and wooded lots. Custom landscaping and an amazing drive-up is just the beginning in this home, which has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living areas, two dining areas, and 1,860 square feet on one story. There is an open house this Sunday, Feb. 18, from 2-4 p.m. Would you like a sneak peek?


The neighborhoods of East Dallas have their own vibe and people are drawn to the area for the personality and access to White Rock Lake. We’ve found a lovely renovated midcentury-era home there with designer finishes and an open floorplan, all for under $400K. 

Our Thursday Three Hundred at 2441 Wildoak Dr. is in the Claremont neighborhood with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two dining areas, and 1,716 square feet on one story, built in 1958. It’s impressive! 



Deep in the heart of East Dallas, we’ve found a charmer with huge renovations and big buyer appeal. 

Our Thursday Three Hundred is at 2316 Hartline Dr. was taken to the studs for a flip and it looks marvelous. Updates include custom cedar accents inside and out, new low-E windows, and freshly textured and painted walls. And that’s just the beginning in this home, which has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living areas, and 1,727 square feet on one story, built in 1954. Shall we take a look? 


Midway Hollow Cottage That Marries Original Character with Lovely Updates |

Midway Hollow is a neighborhood in transition. Among the cottages, ranches, and midcentury moderns, you’ll find a lot of updated properties and recently, new construction. Their good-sized yards, cheerful facades, and mature trees create a welcoming vibe. 

You’ll find our Thursday Three Hundred here at 3719 Valley Ridge Rd. here, a charmed cottage with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,276 square feet on one story, built in 1951. It’s the perfect blend of updated style and original features. 


BEFORE AND AFTER: Behold the Power of this Richardson Reno to Attract Buyers |

We love a good before-and-after real estate success story and we’ve found one that shines in Richardson. 

The 1975 home at 1706 Yorkshire Dr. went from outdated to outstanding, getting 37 showings and four offers, one of which was chosen yesterday for over-list. That’s just one reason it is our Thursday Three Hundred

This flip is the work of Holly Montilla and her husband of Moxy Real Estate+Design, a new Dallas company that takes buyers and investors through the process of home buying and renovating with an eye toward luxury and a modern feel. 

“This house was one of our first projects with this particular investor and we love this style of property where we can open it up,” Holly said. “A big hurdle [for people] is the renovation process — they’re not able to do it on their own. We take that off our clients’ shoulders.”

This home has three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, one half bath, two living areas, and 2,047 square feet on one story, built in 1975. 


Brookhaven Golf Course Home with Open Floorplan, Mod Updates |

Golf course living usually comes with a steep price tag. But we’ve found a three-bedroom, two-bath house on Brookhaven Country Club’s golf course for under $400K. 

Perhaps that’s one reason people love living near this country club in Farmers Branch. Our Thursday Three Hundred at 14404 Cyprus Point Dr. has 1,926 square feet on one story, built in 1965. Located near East Belt Line Road and Marsh Lane, it’s a short jog to LBJ Freeway and Interstate 35. Best of all, the house has been updated to be on-trend and appealing. 


Eastwood Hills Home Offers Updated Floorplan, Amenities to Hit Buyer Checklists |

Tucked away in deep East Dallas is a smaller neighborhood called Eastwood Hills, south of the better-known Casa Linda and Forest Hills. The mature trees, shaded streets, and a creek winding through the area all add to the charmed atmosphere.  

This is where our Thursday Three Hundred is located at 2930 Green Meadow Dr. It is newly listed and updated with just shy of 2,000 square feet, as well as three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two dining areas, two living areas, built in 1963. There’s an open house this Saturday, Jan. 6, from noon to 2 p.m. Want a sneak peek? 


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[Editor’s note: Merry Christmas! This week, we’re taking time off to focus on our loved ones, so we are sharing some of our favorite stories from this year. Keep an eye out for our top features from the archives as we rest and get ready for a brilliant 2018! Cheers, from Candy and the entire staff at!]

From Leah Shafer: I love a great story. So when I saw this Munger Place townhome, which I chose for my Thursday Three Hundred, its rich history appealed to me. In our era of tear-downs and “bigger-newer-now” mentality, it pleases me immensely to see a 1916 building made appealing for today’s homebuyer. I hope you enjoy and appreciate this fun flashback to January 26, 2017.  

Using most standards from around the world, Dallas homes aren’t very old at all. Sure, you’ll find the occasional 1920’s property, but rarely anything older. Not so with today’s Thursday Three Hundred, a slice of Dallas history as the site of the original Piggly Wiggly store, built in 1916. It is also rumored to have been a speakeasy during the Prohibition era.

Located at 315 N. Collett Ave. this is a rare townhome in Munger Place, both architecturally and historically significant. It offers a distinctly loft-like vibe inside. Think 12-foot ceilings, exposed ductwork and rafters, and exposed brick with custom texture on the walls.

This property is full of stories, and not just its own: the reclaimed maple hardwood floors were recovered from the former gym at the Hockaday School. Pretty cool.

With three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,249 square feet on one story, this is a spacious townhome with luxe extras, like three-zone wiring for total house sound, including the front patio and courtyard.

This is such an unusual, storied property, located near N. Munger Boulevard and Columbia Avenue, just minutes from downtown Dallas — let’s take a look.