Search Results: Larry Boerder

Architect Larry E. Boerder Includes Unique Details in This University Park Stockbroker Tudor

By Karen Eubank / October 23, 2017 / 0 Comments

In the 1920s, architects educated in Europe brought the Tudor look to the East Coast. These grand homes were known as Stockbroker Tudors because the financially successful clients they were constructed for had made their fortunes in the stock market. If you built a Stockbroker Tudor, you were making a statement about not only your […]

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Hip Pocket Alert: Great Location in UP, Big Name Architect, Not Yet in MLS

By Candy Evans / August 23, 2017 / 0 Comments

A recent question in Quora posed, how do you find a home in this tight RE market before it hits the market? Answer: Christy Berry. Berry tells me she has a hip pocket that is to-die-for great on Centenary in University Park that you might want to take a gander at: five bedrooms, four and […]

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Andy Beal Really Hammered Down the Price of His Current $4.5m Highland Park Home…

By Candy Evans / January 18, 2016 / 0 Comments

Course, that was a different market. We are talking January 2011. He plunked the contract on January 25, closed 3 days later. His Gillon home had been listed for $6,200,000 but he got it when it had been reduced to $4,400,000. Wow.  The home, like the Hicks previous home on Beverly,  was designed by Larry Boerder, […]

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Where Did Tom and Cinda Hicks Live Before They Bought the Crespi Estate, aka Walnut Place?

By Candy Evans / January 18, 2016 / 2 Comments

They lived on Beverly Drive in Highland Park, at 3640 Beverly to be exact. The beautiful, 9,874 square foot estate built in 1985 was on almost one acre of prime Highland Park dirt, featured six bedrooms, six full baths and a couple powders, eight fireplaces (apparently the Hicks really love a fireplace in every room), […]

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Maximizing Your Curb Appeal: Investing in Luxurious Landscaping Boosts a Home’s Image, says Harold Leidner Landscape Architects

By Joanna England / October 6, 2014 / 1 Comment

Realtors know it, builders know it, sellers know it, and you can be sure buyers pay attention to it, too. Curb appeal is an essential component to selling a house. Whether viewing a house online via photos, or driving through a neighborhood, the first impression is made from the street and with the landscaping. Of […]

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Brett Hull Finally Sells His Highland Park Manse With the Biggest Shower in Texas

By Candy Evans / May 30, 2014 / 0 Comments

There have been a flurry of closings that I am bursting to tell you all about. Stay very tuned for them to come fluttering in the next couple weeks. Dallas mansions are turning like my fluffiest Sunday morning pancakes. Recall that just over a year ago we told you that former Dallas Stars star player Brett […]

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