Hollywood-Santa Monica is definitely in my top-10 Dallas neighborhoods list! This East Dallas hideaway is littered with adorable homes on picturesque streets with great neighbors. Here’s a great opportunity to own a cute little Tudor with an outstanding backyard for just $262,500. Marketed by the insanely talented husband-and-wife team of Bryan and Amanda Crawford, 6927 […]Read More
I think this might be our first home on CandysDirt.com from Ridgewood Park, an East Dallas neighborhood just south of Lovers Lane and east of Abrams Road. It’s not too far south of Northwest Highway in a little alcove tucked away from too much traffic. In a word: Love. This house, 6515 Ridgemont Drive marketed […]Read More
You guys, I am showing incredible restraint today by not filling this post with a bajillion pictures of this amazing home in Inwood Terrace. You’ll have to click through to the Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s listing for 5211 Farquhar because it is just so beautiful. OK, now that you’re back, let’s talk about this sexy beast […]Read More
Check out that view! A commenter recently said that the condo and townhome market in Dallas wasn’t healthy enough to surpass the value of single-family home ownership. To answer that assertion, I give you 3505 Turtle Creek Blvd. Unit 12G at the Vendome on Turtle Creek. Just less than 2,000 square feet of stunning!Read More
Well, the house I was going to feature today got snapped up so fast it made my head spin! Thank goodness I called Jennifer Stolarski of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s to find out from the horse’s mouth that 715 Tenna Loma was optioned just hours before I called her on Monday.
It goes to show just how hot Oak Cliff is that a two-bedroom, one-bath house with a backyard living quarters would get snagged so fast. Stolarski, though, not one to disappoint, said she had another listing in Kidd Springs that was right up our alley — 815 Kidd Springs Drive.Read More
I call it the Hip Pocket Revolution, and it’s been going on since the market picked up this January. Steve Brown jumped in on something that is growing like hotcakes in Dallas real estate: the Hip Pocket sale. These are off-market deals, says Steve, but I prefer to call them deals where no listing agreement has […]Read More