A most distinctive architectural style, Art Deco is a rarity in Dallas, especially in residential design. Discover and appreciate five unique Art Deco residences here this Saturday, May 19, on the Preservation Dallas 2018 Spring Architectural Tour. “Art Deco is one of my favorite historic architectural styles and it will be exciting to see an amazing […]Read More
Hollywood Heights is pretty darned hot. It’s always been a sought after neighborhood, but we’ve never seen it quite as on fire as it is now. Maybe it’s the fact there are great original homes, owners that remodel with extreme care, builders that have to follow conservation district guidelines, and great Lakewood schools. Of course […]Read More
In what I expect was a piece of theater, last night, the Dallas City Council trucked over to Fair Park to meet with the people in an open-door session. The goal was for citizens to voice their opinions about the Fair Park task force’s plans. As one black community leader pointed out, a two-hour session […]Read More
UPDATE: Scott Carlson himself points out the updated listing in the comments. There are several gorgeous photos of the property! Check them out!
I can’t really call it “House Porn” if there’s only one photo, right? I guess you’ll have to wait for an open house to see the insides of 2605 Winsted, an amazing Art Deco two-story that was built in 1939.
As the listing from our fine friends at Scott Carlson tells us, this home is considered a bona fide Art Deco design, all 3,374 square feet of it. The house, which sits on a little less than half an acre, was listed just yesterday. Considering the view this amazing abode has of Tokalon Park, and it’s proximity to everything everyone loves about Lakewood, I doubt this beauty will be on the market for long.Read More