Dallas Craftsman Home

Visit the Weekend Open Houses for these Three Historic Dallas Homes

By Leah Shafer / August 23, 2018 / 0 Comments

Dallas is a newer city and what we call “historic” is practically a new build in many parts of the world. But nonetheless, we love our historic homes with their character and style.  For today’s CandysDirt.com Open Houses of the Week, we’re looking at three Craftsman-style homes from the late 1920. They houses range in price from $446,000 […]

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Actor Lee Arenberg’s California-Inspired Craftsman Up For Grabs

By Amy Puchaty / August 9, 2018 / 1 Comment

According to Lee Arenberg, “Renovating a home is like building a character. You start with the foundation, work with the lines, then there’s the costume fitting. It’s the same with remodeling and staging.” In his downtime from acting in mega-hits like Pirates of the Caribbean, Seinfeld, and Once Upon a Time, Arenberg parlays his movie dollars into […]

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Winnetka Heights Craftsman is Filled With Color and Character

By Leah Shafer / July 22, 2016 / 0 Comments

Winnetka Heights is a real treasure of a neighborhood, one of the largest and oldest historical districts in Dallas — it was established in 1910. Driving or walking through its tree-lined streets in North Oak Cliff, the architecture shines. Prairie and Craftsman houses dominate the area. Our Friday Five Hundred stands out with its color, […]

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Soak in Atmosphere from Wide Front Porch of this Updated Winnetka Heights Craftsman

By Leah Shafer / September 3, 2015 / 0 Comments

For people interested in homes with stories and personality, the Winnetka Heights neighborhood in North Oak Cliff offers hundreds of beautiful examples. Today’s Thursday Three Hundred is a Craftsman bungalow at 214 N. Edgefield Ave., near Davis and Polk streets. Built in 1924, it has doubtless seen generations of people sit on its wide front porch, looking out at the arching shade trees […]

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Junius Heights Home Tour Features Five Stunning Properties

By Joanna England / November 4, 2014 / 0 Comments

  The Junius Heights Historic District home tour is one of my favorites, namely because I used to live in the neighborhood and absolutely love the block-after-block array of gorgeous restored Craftsman architecture. This is an amazing and popular neighborhood in Dallas, which happens to be the city’s largest historic conservation district. The tour, which […]

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