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Dallas Builders Association Member Spotlight: Richard Miller Custom Homes

By Joanna England / March 1, 2019 / 0 Comments

Richard Miller is a builder that just gets it — at least that’s what the architects that work with him say. The eponymous principal of Richard Miller Custom Homes looks for innovative ways to achieve dramatic modern architecture using the right materials for the job — not just the most expensive ones. It’s a bit of […]

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Dallas Builders Association Member Spotlight: David Goettsche of Desco Fine Homes

By Candy Evans / February 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

You probably already know, but David Goettsche of Desco Fine Homes doesn’t really have former clients. Goettsche has a fan club.  (Spoiler alert: I’m practically the president of Goettsche’s fan club!) It’s easy to see why Goettsche and his brand have amassed such an ardent following during his 31 years in business, as the Dallas-based […]

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Builder Stephan Sardone Puts Lake Highlands Abode on the Market

By Joshua Baethge / November 9, 2018 / 1 Comment

Builder Stephan Sardone recently put his Lake Highlands home up for sale. The 3,700-square-foot home at 10219 Linkwood Drive features five bedrooms, four baths, and countless unique amenities. “As builders, we tend to go overboard on our own homes,” Sardone said. “I don’t think there’s much like it anywhere else in Lake Highlands.”

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Prairie Style by JLD Custom Homes on Prospect Has Everything Buyers Want

By Joanna England / May 9, 2016 / 2 Comments

We love it when we see a builder truly find their niche, and that’s just what JLD Custom Homes has done in East Dallas. This CandysDirt.com Approved Builder has constructed several new homes throughout the M Streets and beyond, using classic architecural styles and green-building philosophy to bring new homes that work with a neighborhood’s […]

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Trend: Broken Concept Opens Rooms While Retaining Separation of Space

By Jon Anderson / April 5, 2016 / 1 Comment

There’s a new design term percolating over from Europe called “broken concept.”  I think of it as open concept 2.0. If the point of open concept is to remove all dividing walls to combine multiple rooms, Broken Concept is about achieving openness while retaining some separation. Think of it as a halfway point between individual […]

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Windsong Ranch Visitor Center Earns National Recognition

By Joanna England / February 3, 2016 / 0 Comments

We knew it the first time we saw it: there was just something very special, warm and inviting about the Welcome Center at Windsong Ranch. We didn’t feel as if we were looking at a sales office, or event a home development marketing center. We felt like we were arriving at a Kimpton Hotel and […]

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