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Fall In Love With This Oak Lawn Heights Tudor’s Revival Style, Vintage Touches

By Leah Shafer / February 11, 2016 / 5 Comments

Nestled on the west side of Dallas’ vibrant Oak Lawn area is a delightful enclave of cottages and Tudor-revival homes in the area’s  Oak Lawn Heights neighborhood. This is the largest single-family neighborhood in Oak Lawn, and it was developed in the 1920s. Our Thursday Three Hundred at 5114 Bradford Dr. is a 1935 Tudor with 1,674 square feet, two bedrooms, […]

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It’s My Mansion: A North Oak Cliff Tudor for Under $200K? Yep! It’s In Sunset Hill

By Leah Shafer / May 18, 2015 / 4 Comments

North Oak Cliff is one of the most sought-after areas in the DFW housing market, which makes it hotter than a fur coat in July. Houses regularly go under contract in a matter of days, and prices have increased substantially over the past five years in many of its neighborhoods. The list of reasons to love North Oak […]

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Tuesday Two Hundred: Stevens Park Village Cottage Has Smart Additions, Original Style

By Leah Shafer / May 12, 2015 / 1 Comment

Stevens Park Village is one of my favorite areas of North Oak Cliff, nestled between Colorado Boulevard and the edge of the cliff. The wide, heavily treed streets are welcoming and the Austin-stone-and-brick-houses that predominate have an intimate, quaint feel. You’ll glimpse killer views of downtown from Stevens Park Village, and neighbors get friendly at […]

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Tuesday Two Hundred: West Kessler Cottage Marries Vintage Charm with Modern Updates

By Leah Shafer / April 21, 2015 / 0 Comments

North Oak Cliff is one of Dallas’ oldest established neighborhoods and it’s full of community gems, from multiple annual festivals and historic districts to family friendly outdoor areas and a streetcar system newly revived earlier this month. Its diversity of architecture is one of its most appealing aspects for those who live there—the range of styles […]

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Loving Me Some Lakewood: Gaston Charmer Grabbing Me With A Music Room in the Guest House

By Candy Evans / November 3, 2011 / 0 Comments

In a word, ahhhhhh! This updated Lakewood stone Mediterranean sits on a DEEP 237 foot lush lot that you will never get out of your mind. The home was built in 1939, ergo the charm and character of a by-gone era, but renovated with a deft touch by a very talented owner. You get arched doorways, tiled floors, wood and moldings. You also […]

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