downtown

The rooftop deck of this townhome in the Cedars is one of two homes in this week’s roundup of open houses with downtown Dallas views.

If you’ve been thinking about moving closer to downtown Dallas, but weren’t sure which downtown-adjacent neighborhood you wanted to live in, or whether you wanted to be smack-dab in downtown, we have some great options this week.

Every Thursday, we bring you our pick of the hottest North Texas properties in our CandysDirt.com Open Houses of the Week. These are the places you don’t want to miss that weekend. And this week, our homes are in Belmont West, the Cedars, and the Farmers Market areas.

This week, our homes range in price from $439,000 to $575,000. Which ones will you visit?

BRAND-NEW BELMONT WEST CUTIE

Open house: Dec. 8, 2-4 p.m.

When we asked Coldwell Banker Residential Realtor Alex Prins where he was hanging out this weekend, he pointed us to this new construction west of the Belmont Hotel at 1213 Walmsley Ave.

“This new build is like a dream!” he told us. “Floor the ceiling windows, tons of sunlight, hand-scraped hardwoods, 12-foot ceilings, and so much more!” (more…)

Mad Men Obsessed: This Glam Midcentury Condo Behind the Pink Wall Is a Dream | CandysDirt.com

If you love the look of Mad Men and all things of that era, then we’ve got an iconic midcentury condo for you! 

The glam, spacious first-floor condo at 6307 Bandera Ave. has over 2,000 square feet and is owned by a Dallas interior designer. Located behind the Pink Wall, it features one of the most awesomely retro and cohesive midcentury looks we’ve ever seen.  

“The owner used to own an incredible Uptown retail store that focused on antiques and vintage furniture and a lot of what’s in this midcentury condo comes from things she’s collected over the years,” said listing agent Suzanne Warner with Coldwell Banker Residential. “She wanted to maintain the authenticity of that period but saw that some of the condo needed to be updated, so she did things like put in new Terrazzo floors, new bathrooms, new cabinetry, and a wine cooler.” 

For those of you swooning over the furniture and accessories, grab your smelling salts and get ready. Much of it is for sale with first right of refusal going to the buyer. Even better, things like the fixed lights and draperies convey. 

This home has two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, one half bath, and 2,110 square feet on one story, built in 1960. There is an open house Sunday, April 8, from 2-4 p.m. 

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Oak Cliff Annex Craftsman

There’s something about a Craftsman house that’s just so endearing. Simple, elegant lines; big, framed out windows ; decorative trim; and a welcoming front porch are just some of the elements that woo buyers.

Our Thursday Three Hundred is a classic Craftsman at 730 N. Montclair Ave. Built in 1923, it is lovingly maintained and recently updated in a few key area, like the kitchen and bathrooms, to make it more appealing to modern buyers.

This home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,560 square feet on one story in the Oak Cliff Annex neighborhood, near West Davis and North Tyler streets. It’s a real gem that just hit the market Oct. 20. Let’s take a look before it goes under contract.

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dallas weekend open houses

The sprawling North Highlands Estates home at 4420 Cedarbrush Dr., one of our five Dallas weekend open houses, was taken to the studs for a total renovation.

Every Thursday, we bring you an insider look at hot North Texas properties with our CandysDirt Open Houses of the Week column. We pick five fabulous Dallas weekend open houses (and the ‘burbs from time to time) you have just got to see.

This week, our houses range in price from $369,500 to $1.26 million. You’ll find a variety of properties, from the sprawling North Highlands Estate traditional pictured above, to an M-Streets beauty with separate guest quarters in the back. Enjoy our selection!

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dallas open houses

The modern masterpiece at 84 Vanguard Way is a thing of beauty, and it’s one of our five featured open houses this week.

Every week, hundreds of homes get put on the market in Dallas. We scour the listings for the best open houses to feature in the CandysDirt Open Houses of the Week column.

This week, we’ve found five fabulous properties you’ll love, from a contemporary marvel in Central Dallas’ Urban Reserve that’s LEED-certified and a stunning Munger Place Craftsman, to a stylish soft contemporary four-story condo, and more. Let us know what you think of our choices, and if you know of any we should feature next week!

 

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dfw open houses

The unique traditional in Mockingbird Park at 5435 Westside Dr. is one of our five featured DFW open houses this week.

Every Thursday, we bring you a roundup of DFW open houses that will knock your socks off. This week, we’re got a particularly big range of styles and prices, ranging from $394,900 to $1.16 million.

You’ll find an updated and expanded M-Streets Tudor, a unique traditional near West Highland Park that feels secluded and contemporary, a Mediterranean home near Celestial Park in Addison, and more. You don’t want to miss these!

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dallas open houses

The White Rock North home at 10136 Robin Hill Ln. is sophisticated and stylish, and it’s one of our five featured open houses this week.

Every Thursday, we bring you the CandysDirt.com Open House Roundup. It’s your insider view into that weekend’s open houses and the ones you shouldn’t miss.

This week, we’re looking at a marvelous contemporary new construction in White Rock North, a State Thomas condo, a cute cottage near Bishop Arts, and more. They range in price from $340K to $799,900.

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6820 Garlinghouse Front

To some buyers, 6820 Garlinghouse looks like too much work. It’s a 1985-built ranch in Far North Dallas that is in original condition, according to Ashli Clements of Minnette Murray Properties, a boutique real estate group under Coldwell banker residential brokerage.

“It has really good bones and the floor plan works well for today’s families,” she said. “It’s totally livable right now. The seller lived in home for four years and didn’t change a thing. The breakfast nook is actually beautiful, with that gorgeous ceiling.”

6820 Garlinghouse Breakfast

But today’s buyers seem to be lacking in vision and inspiration, because at 2,565 square feet, this home is priced just right for the renovation-minded. This four-bedroom, three-bath home inside the Dallas city limits but with Plano ISD schools is being marketed for just $350,000 — a steal! Plus, buyers will receive a $10,000 allowance toward upgrades, making those Pinterest boards you’ve been carefully curating for your dream house even closer to tangible reality.

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