Charles Dilbeck

A Kessler Park Dilbeck Has The Magic of a Storybook Cottage

By Karen Eubank / November 19, 2019 / 5 Comments

This historic Kessler Park Dilbeck cottage is an over-the-hills-and-through-the-woods storybook home. It’s the sort of house you imagine to have magical properties. Considering the number of artistically inclined owners who’ve made their own kind of magic here, it clearly has been sprinkled with fairy dust. The cottage was a custom build in 1937 by one […]

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Give Yourself Permission To Be Extra With Lobello Luxury Lease

By April Towery / October 5, 2019 / 0 Comments

It’s a custom-built home with its own library, bar, and card room. It’s a temporary lease for six months or less, and the per-month cost is $17,500. And it’s so worth it. This is Dallas, y’all. We go big or go home. Sometimes those homes have libraries, and if that’s “being extra,” let’s just get […]

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Paigebrooke Stunner Built by Dilbeck Ready to Rent

By Bethany Erickson / August 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

No matter the move you might make, it still probably wasn’t as epic as the one the original Charles Dilbeck home that sits at 1 Paigebrooke made. You see, Paigebrooke is a five-lot subdivision in Westlake that was developed by former mayor Scott Bradley, who named the subdivision after his daughters, Paige and Brooke. But […]

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Oak Cliff’s Kiestwood Neighborhood is Pure Midcentury Cool

By Deb R. Brimer / May 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

  If you long for a quiet, idyllic, Leave it to Beaver-style neighborhood, check out Kiestwood in Oak Cliff. Between hilly tree-lined streets, shaded front yards, and Midcentury upper-middle-class homes, you’ll expect to see Wally, the Beaver, and Eddie Haskell stroll down the sidewalk at any minute. Built from 1950 to 1965 during the post-war building […]

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See This Bold Charles Dilbeck-Designed Midcentury Mod in Russwood Acres May 5

By Karen Eubank / May 3, 2019 / 0 Comments

This quintessential Charles Dilbeck Midcentury Modern in Russwood Acres is going to take your breath away. Wait, what did I say? Dilbeck and Midcentury Modern. Do those two terms even go together? Yes, indeed they do, but rarely. We generally think of architect Charles Dilbeck as the eclectic dude that was inspired by Tom Mix […]

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Historically Sensitive Remodel of The Castle House Bucks Trends For Character, Charm

By Joanna England / March 28, 2019 / 0 Comments

The inaugural Cochran Heights Home Tour made us fall in love with this neighborhood, which is full-to-bursting with adorable, quirky Charles Dilbeck designs. This year, deepen your affection for this East Dallas nabe on April 6, and get to know a whole new crop of homes, both Dilbeck and not! This year, CandysDirt.com was lucky […]

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