C.H. Munger

Neighborhood Spotlight: Munger Place Has a Tumultuous Past, Bright Future

By Cherry Kelln / June 7, 2017 / 0 Comments

The next area of the Old East Dallas neighborhood to be featured in our Neighborhood Spotlight is the ever-popular Munger Place. Comprised of over 250 households and the largest collection of Prairie-style homes in America, Munger Place has a lot to be proud of — past and present.

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Old East Dallas Has History and Charm

By Cherry Kelln / March 14, 2017 / 0 Comments

Even being a long-time Dallas resident, you might not be familiar with the official lines of Old East Dallas, unless perhaps looking at homes in the area. Looking at the neighborhood’s past is like a fascinating history lesson! Four adjacent, amazing historic neighborhoods are all part of Old East Dallas:  Swiss Avenue Historic District, Peak’s Suburban Addition, Munger […]

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Rare Junius Heights ‘Airplane Bungalow’ Is Beautifully Updated Arts and Crafts

By Leah Shafer / May 21, 2015 / 5 Comments

The Junius Heights Historic District in Old East Dallas is home to the largest collection of Arts and Crafts/Craftsman-style houses in the southwestern United States. As Dallas’ largest historic neighborhood, Junius Heights is a treasure trove of handsome architectural designs, like the rare “airplane bungalow” at 722 N. Beacon St., our Thursday Three Hundred today. […]

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