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This Little Forest Hills Home Is All About The Features

By Nikki Barringer / August 8, 2020 / 0 Comments

Builder Jeff Baron is popping up e’verywhere — this time in Little Forest Hills. He’s teamed up with Compass’ Jacob Moss to create the ding dang dreamiest “Is it modern? Is it transitional? It’s both!!” home that’s currently listed for $750,000. AND it’s not quite completed so if you want to make an offer, you […]

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Glass Artist Carlyn Ray Forges Strong Bonds in Her Studio

By Heather Hunter / February 20, 2020 / 0 Comments

Through the art of glass, Dallas artist Carlyn Ray is helping families to connect not only to their own art, but to each other.

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Got Commitment Issues? You’re In Luck With Lakewood Four-Bedroom Stunner

By April Towery / January 26, 2020 / 1 Comment

There’s a bit of a stigma with renting rather than buying, and let’s just get over that right now, as there are some fabulous houses available for lease that have amazing perks and require no long-term commitment. The contemporary home at 7326 Coronado in East Dallas features sharp angles, an art gallery wall, and striking […]

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Embrace The Oxymoron of a 1950s Contemporary Home Near White Rock Lake

By April Towery / January 21, 2020 / 0 Comments

Just because this dapper three-bedroom home on Estacado Drive was constructed in 1955 doesn’t mean it comes with an old-fashioned housewife who touches up her lipstick before that pot roast is served at 6 p.m.

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There’s No Place Like Home In This Centerville Terrace Weekend One Hundred Selection

By April Towery / November 30, 2019 / 0 Comments

I can’t help but get excited when I come across a Weekend One Hundred that’s so great, I kind of want it for myself. This home at 10419 Fern Drive, Dallas, is listed at $199,900 and it’s cute, clean, and just what a young family might need, in a great location near White Rock Lake. […]

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AIA Dallas Built Design Awards Highlight Local Projects

By Jon Anderson / October 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

Last week, The Dallas branch of the American Institute of Architects awarded winners in their annual Built Design competition (versus June’s Unbuilt awards). There were 72 nominations, which consisted of eight private residences, 10 medical facilities, and nine educational projects – and one scrappy Tyler, Texas, bank who had three entries. Above is my favorite […]

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