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A Rare Opportunity to Own a Restored Lakewood Hutsell

By Karen Eubank / October 1, 2019 / 1 Comment

When John Angell emailed me photos of this iconic Lakewood Hutsell mansion yesterday morning, I almost spit out my coffee. Yes, I was that excited. You see, these architecturally significant, historically important, and delightfully eclectic homes are not often for sale. I was sure I had written about this Lakewood Hutsell before because I’ve seen […]

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Greenland Hills Tudor Offers Spacious Interiors With Historic Charm

By Joanna England / May 30, 2018 / 0 Comments

In the older neighborhoods of Dallas — those with historic charm, mature trees, walkable streets, and close proximity to entertainment — one of the biggest complaints is the size of the homes. More often than not, the compromise for great location and period details is a tight fit for your furniture. As one agent put […]

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Lakewood Dines and Kraft House Offers Historic, Estate Living in Prime Location

By Leah Shafer / April 19, 2018 / 0 Comments

Shortly after the completion of Lakewood Country Club in East Dallas, a house appeared to overlook the rolling fairways with downtown Dallas as a backdrop.  Built by premier Dallas developer Dines and Kraft in 1924, the house at 2203 Cambria Blvd. in the Lakewood Conservation District offers incredible estate living and it is our Inwood Home […]

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Tudor Treasure on Tremont Has Historic Charm, Major Updates, Mature Trees

By Karen Eubank / June 30, 2016 / 0 Comments
6347 Tremont Street IWHOTW

  Nestled into a grove of mature trees on a double lot in the Parks Estates section of East Dallas lies a stunning Tudor treasure at 6347 Tremont Street. Built in 1927 by Dines & Kraft, it overlooks the Lakewood Country Club and is absolute perfection. David Bush has the two-story, four-bedroom, three-full-and-one-half-bath Tudor listed for […]

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Preservation Dallas Architectural Tour Features Parks Estate and Other Achievement Award Winners

By Joanna England / May 18, 2016 / 0 Comments

As we’ve been telling you, May is Preservation Month. And while there have been just skads of events on the calendar, the one you absolutely should not miss is the May 21 Preservation Dallas Architectural Tour featuring some of the literal “best of” Preservation Achievement Award winners. This year, I was afforded the opportunity to […]

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