Bishop Arts District

The Mayor’s House Gets a New Life

By Karen Eubank / May 7, 2020 / 2 Comments

Our series on the Preservation Dallas 2020 Preservation Achievement Awards continues this week with a 1910 American Four-Square home at 635 N. Zang Boulevard in Oak Cliff. It has been dubbed The Mayor’s House, and sometime this summer will open as a restaurant. The name of the home stems from the fact that Dallas Mayor […]

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You Can’t Beat This Price On An Oak Cliff Contemporary

By April Towery / March 17, 2020 / 0 Comments

Tuesday Two Hundreds are few and far between, but this contemporary Oak Cliff abode has upgraded features and a nice price.  Listed for $244,000 by Realtor Kylah Boyd of Texas Urban Living, the home at 3505 Los Angeles Blvd. has four bedrooms and two bathrooms on a huge lot.  “Ths home has been fully remodeled […]

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North Oak Cliff Craftsman With Great Details Up For Grabs

By Amy Puchaty / February 7, 2020 / 0 Comments

A charming front porch, French doors, exposed brick, and tons of updates – this North Oak Cliff Craftsman has it all!

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Put A Bow On It, This Bishop Arts Beauty Is Ready For Christmas

By Amy Puchaty / December 20, 2019 / 0 Comments

Dear Santa, All I want for Christmas is a home near Bishop Arts, with double-height ceilings, a quartz kitchen, and plenty of space to entertain. Sound familiar? If this is your Christmas wish list then we have the home for you! A Remarkable Bishop Arts Remodel Would you believe us if we told you this […]

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Weekend One Hundred Offers Shelter From The Storm

By April Towery / November 2, 2019 / 0 Comments

Affordable homes continue to be listed in the Dallas area in the wake of the devastating tornadoes late last month, as residents ranging from apartment-dwellers to estate-owners look to find temporary or semi-permanent housing. The four-bedroom pad at 3031 South Marsalis Ave. is recently renovated and ready for immediate move-in, according to listing agent Alicia […]

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This Oak Cliff Cottage Puts You Within Biking Distance of the BAD

By Nikki Barringer / October 1, 2019 / 0 Comments

If you haven’t been to the Bishop Arts District lately, it’s probably because you couldn’t find a place to park, but here’s some good news if you’re not afraid to hop on a 10-speed. You can buy the cutest little house, move in, and ride on over to the Bish, la Arts, the BAD, or […]

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