Now, this open-house tour takes things to a whole new level. Tomorrow, October 20, Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty is flinging open the doors to almost 200 homes across North Texas — from Fort Worth to Dallas to Southlake to Lakewood. The prices swing, too, from $229,000 to more than $9 million — proof that it’s not just all […]Read More
Britt Rhodes of Briggs Freeman has a darling listing at 5820 Palm Lane for $379,000 in coveted North Stonewall Terrace in Dallas. This 1940s stone bungalow with 1,283 square feet features three bedrooms and two baths, a well-packed floorplan that’d be great for a young family wanting to attend award-winning Mockingbird Elementary or someone whose looking for […]Read More
We all know restoring a historic property like this Italian Renaissance mansion takes deep pockets. Dallas has plenty of those. What it is lacking, however, is enough of those pockets that also have the dedication, education, and drive to preserve architecturally significant homes. Thankfully we do have what I like to call architectural angels. These […]Read More
Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s is moving to a sleek new address: 3131 Turtle Creek, a sleek, International Style office tower at the corner of Turtle Creek Boulevard and Cedar Springs Road. The brokerage is adding an entire floor to its operation, increasing office square footage to a whopping 22,000 square feet.
“The new office will be a phenomenal space, with bespoke, state of the art offices not only for agents but also our sales, marketing, executive, financial and tech departments,” says Robbie Briggs, CEO. “A scenery change provides the ideal opportunity to rethink various aspects of our environment, how we interact, how we network, how we collaborate.”Read More
Greenland Hills is full of such adorable 30’s-built Tudors that you could eat them like gingerbread and this M Street corner lot at 5203 Monticello Ave listed for $619,000 by Lou Alpert of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty is no exception. This two-bedroom, two-bath is a well-built classic Tudor with 1,739-square-feet that has been updated to […]Read More
What do you do when every lot around you is redeveloped? In a single-family neighborhood, you hold out for last, assuming your lot gets more valuable with each sale and rebuild. However, when you’re in a commercial area, waiting too long often has a price, not a reward. As you can see highlighted above, one […]Read More