I’d move across the Metroplex to Rockwall for this unique soft contemporary house at this price. This striking home at 503 Boggs Circle has three bedrooms, four baths, and 2,945 square feet priced at $325,000. Jenn Rock of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Winans is showing this great house on Saturday 12 to 2 p.m. and Sunday 1 to 3 p.m. But let’s take a look inside first. (more…)
When you think about what makes a house a home, what are some details that come to mind? Homes are so much more than four walls and a roof, especially when it comes to the everyday life of a family. Thoughtful touches, grand spaces, and awe-inspiring rooms are the backdrop to our memories, and smart, creative design can make or break them. So when we ran across this inspiring Preston Hollow transitional, we couldn’t contain ourselves.
Not only is this beautiful Preston Hollow transitional — our Inwood National Bank Home of the Week — a brand new build, but its stunning spaces feature the deft hand of award-winning designer Traci Connell, notes Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate’s Lisa Marcus Schlachter. Reason enough to fall in love at first sight, and we know you (and your future guests) will!
We love Traci Connell because she took an unusual path to a successful career in interior design and has made a name for herself in a very competitive industry.
Plus, she has an eye for pattern and color that creates unusual, eye-catching spaces that offer so many “wow” moments!
The foyer in this Preston Hollow transitional has designer touches from the ceiling to the floor thanks to Traci Connell.
Just one car on Fitzhugh?
A couple of weeks ago, I noticed The Terminal condos had hit MLS in pre-sale mode. What’s The Terminal? It’s a new 19-unit condo building bound by Fitzhugh, Buena Vista Street, and the Katy Trail scheduled for completion in 2021. You may recall seeing it mentioned as one of the cases vetted by the Oak Lawn Committee last November (when it had 25 units). Well, the renderings are final, the floor plans set and the prices (gasp!) have been announced.
As a quick review, the name is derived from the fact the Katy Trail was originally a train line. The architecture hat-tips that history with large, arched glass openings on the first and second floors. Those floors will be amenity space and public space for eateries abutting the Katy Trail. Along Buena Vista, one of the arches is a public walkway connecting to the trail. Along the far end is a pocket park. Keen eyes will note the power lines – we’ll talk about them later.
Of the 19 units, seven have been listed on MLS – typical ploy in new developments when you want scarcity to drive interest. Unit sizes range from 2,471 square feet (two-bed/two-and-a-half-bath) to the full-floor penthouse shell at 6,577 square feet with another 2,901 square feet of terrace. Prices for the seven MLS listings are from the oddly specific $2,527,445 to $6.65 million. Because of the differing sizes of the units, they’re actually trading in a very tight band of price per square foot of between $1,011 to $1,096.54 – for a mid-rise barely above a busy road with power lines so close you might almost be able to touch them. That’s some mighty high-cotton.
“This is definitely the gem of Sondra Drive that is nestled in the heart of Lakewood!” gushed Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate’s Matthew Edwards when I asked him about his brand new listing. The home is not only a newer build in one of Dallas’ most sought-after neighborhoods, but it the location is beyond enviable, making it a shoo-in for our High Caliber Home of the Week presented by Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans.
Of course, Lakewood is teeming with stellar homes of all ages and sizes, but homes on Sondra Drive are particularly sought after because of the private feel of the narrow, tree-lined streets. Plus, you’re so close to everything.
“This property lives wonderfully and has so many great amenities,” Edwards added. “It’s within walking distance to Lakewood Elementary and White Rock Lake!”
It’s true. Sondra Drive has twice the appeal of other Lakewood locations thanks to its proximity to Lakewood Elementary and its distance from the main thoroughfares that traverse the neighborhood. But if you’re a homebody like me, what you’ll really love the backyard, which has a great pool, spa, outdoor kitchen, fireplace, and a tidy lawn that will mean you’ll have plenty of room outside to keep both kids and parents happy no matter the season. No need for KayCee Pool memberships here!
The husband-and-wife duo of Bradley Anderson (right), and Alexa Conomos (center) make up two-thirds of the Anderson-Conomos real estate team, along with Brooks Anderson (left). The couple will be the keynote speakers at this year’s East Dallas Chamber of Commerce Economic Summit in October.
From staff reports
The husband-and-wife duo of Bradley Anderson and Alexa Conomos, who make up two-thirds of the Anderson-Conomos real estate team, will be the keynote speakers for the Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce’s 15th Annual Economic Summit this fall.
The event, which will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 15, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Doubletree by Hilton Campbell Centre at 8250 North Central Expressway in Dallas, will not only give economic updates regarding the east side of Dallas, but is also an opportunity for members and others in the business community to network. (more…)
So, I know this is a real estate publication, but hear me out, because I am pretty sure this week’s Wednesday WTF still counts as real estate related because we all have made a run to the border to heed the siren call of Taco Bell.
It’s quick, easy to find, and when you have exactly 15 minutes at best for lunch, need some wifi too, and don’t mind spending some time in a restroom later, it’s the thing to do.
So pause before you get jalapeno up in my face about the subject matter. Also, it’s about doorknobs, and all these houses have them. So there, boom, two ways it’s connected to real estate.