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Winnetka Heights Tudor Staged by CandysDirt.com Staff Comes Full Circle

By Joanna England / July 14, 2020 / 2 Comments

More than four years ago, one of our staffers wrote a critique on a charming Tudor in Winnetka Heights that was brimming with potential, but the listing photos were a major missed opportunity. After some back and forth with the listing agent, we decided to prove a very important point, said Karen Eubank, our luxury […]

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Next-Level In North Dallas Under $660,000

By Amy Puchaty / July 12, 2020 / 0 Comments

There are so many offerings in North Dallas right now, but these two are next-level good. Our Splurge vs. Steal picks offer prime locations with stunning interiors, just a few minutes apart. But their price points might as well be in different zip codes. Which would you choose? Reveal your North Dallas favorite in the comments. Splurge: […]

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You Can Still Find The American Dream In Dallas

By Amy Puchaty / June 27, 2020 / 0 Comments

These classic homes remind us of the American Dream. In honor of the upcoming Fourth of July weekend, we take you to two Dallas homes with classic lines, welcoming porches, and Old Glory flying proud. Both drum up all the nostalgia of a bygone era and recreate the feel of simpler times. But their price […]

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Plenty of Signs of Life in North Texas Real Estate

By Candy Evans / May 21, 2020 / 0 Comments

If you spend a lot of time online — and who doesn’t these days? — you’ve probably found you must actively seek out the good news. The mainstream media tends to focus on the dire and the controversial. But it’s there if you look. Social accounts like Good News Movement, Tanks Good News or Some […]

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Dream On: Delightful Dilbeck In Kessler Park Gutted For Remodel

By April Towery / February 4, 2020 / 4 Comments

Tuesday Three Hundred just got real with this French split level gem in Kessler Park. Presumed to be a creation of the late renowned designer Charles Dilbeck, this home is but a shell – which means a lot of love and inspiration can go into its next iteration. The pictures don’t do it justice – […]

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Santa Came Early to Kessler Park in This Splurge vs. Steal

By Amy Puchaty / December 2, 2019 / 0 Comments

Santa came early to Kessler Park this year! These two offerings are in the heart of the neighborhood and both are available just in time for the holidays. Which one is more you, the Whimsical Tudor Splurge or the Colonial-Style Steal?

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