Enjoy Elevated Elegance in Mansion Park with this Listing from Clay Stapp | CandysDirt.com

You’ll find elevated elegance in one of Dallas’ finest neighborhoods with one modern townhome that exceeds expectations on every level.

Located in Mansion Park, the townhome at 3625 Brown St. rises up from the ground, as if chiseled from the stone with which it was created. The craftsmanship, aesthetic, and finish-out are luxurious and sophisticated.

“Mansion Park borders Turtle Creek, Oak Lawn, and Uptown and is just minutes from downtown Dallas — this is an incredible location,” said Clay Stapp of CLAY STAPP+CO, who has co-listed this property with Natalie Newberry. “This townhome is exceptional, from the well-appointed communal spaces and rooftop deck, to the original art installations by Luis Olinto — there’s just nothing else like it on the market.”

This home has three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, one half bath, three living areas, two dining areas, and 3,734 square feet on three stories. There’s an open house this Sunday, Sept. 30, from 2-4 p.m. Want a sneak peek?

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Local agent Matt Scobee left Clay Stapp + Co. after five years to start his own brokerage, Iconic Real Estate.  The new firm, which started with an initial team of five agents, is located at 3111 Canton Street on the outskirts of Deep Ellum.

“My vision is for us to be a brand conscious, tech forward, full-service boutique brokerage,” Scobee said. “We want to provide an impeccable experience that really works to nurture relationships, meet the goals of our clients, and then exceed those goals.” (more…)

Is there anyone more encouraging and passionate about the North Texas Real Estate community than Linda Argo? Member of the MetroTex Association of Realtors Leadership Academy class of 2013, Argo is a seasoned networker and expert recruiter sure to be an integral part of the team at Clay Stapp + Co. Argo just accepted the mantle of Director of Operations for the Greenville Ave. brokerage.

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Urban Reserve is a neighborhood filled with the most cutting-edge collection of architect-designed modern houses in America. Our Inwood Home of the Week is a custom design-build that takes cool to a new level. (more…)

Near Royal Lane and Hillcrest Road is the wonderful North Dallas neighborhood of Brookshire Park. Beautiful houses on larger, heavily treed lots line the streets, with most of the original properties built late 1960s and early 1970s. 

This week’s Splurge vs. Steal takes us there to two Brookshire Park beauties just 0.4 miles apart. Both are over 5,000 feet and offer high-end amenities. Which is your favorite? 

 

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When you enter an Avant Group custom home, there’s a certain atmosphere of sleek sophistication and glamour that you can expect. That’s not a coincidence, says Heaven Porteous, who oversees this small-batch builder’s design and finish-out. Their latest spec home on the market in Northwest Dallas’ Ridgecrest Village neighborhood (north of Northwest Highway and west of Midway Road) perfectly shows off the ease-of-living and contemporary aesthetic that has attracted families to the brand in droves. 

Sure, this soft contemporary with modern influences has some trendy fixtures and finishes. Take the roofline and the stained wooden siding, easily visible from the curb of 3889 Cortez Drive — it’s easy on the eyes and offers clean lines and the brand’s midcentury modern-influenced elevations. But what you don’t see from the curb is the glorious, glamorous details just behind that contemporary front door.

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Don't Be Cruel to a House that's Blue (You Won't Want No Other Home) | CandysDirt.com

If your heart is yearning for a fabulous real estate find in this new year, we’ve found an affordable blue beauty deep in the heart of East Dallas. 

Our Tuesday Two Hundred, located at 10208 San Lorenzo Dr., sits pretty with a new facade color — cobalt blue — and some other appealing updates inside and out. This Casa View Oaks house has three bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,430 square feet on one story, built in 1953.

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If nothing else, this house was the first I saw of eight that did not have taxidermy on the walls. My, are folks around here dedicated to the display of dead animals! Might I suggest that, in addition to de-cluttering your space, it might be a good idea to remove anything deceased before engaging in professional photography? That includes anything nefarious you’ve got going on in the attic or crawl space, too. It just makes for good business.

Fortunately, this Lake Highlands Estates renovation comes taxidermy-free, and delights as a fantastic renovation that boasts a great kitchen and a retreat-like master suite, among other attractive features. With three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms in 3,174 square feet, 10315 Van Dyke Drive is listed by Barbara Arredondo with Clay Stapp and Co. for $705,000.

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