If I were in the market for a home in Dallas, I’d buy anything Carol Gantt designed. And if I could buy her personal home, a Lakewood vintage Garrison Colonial Revival, well, I’d be in a perpetual state of bliss. (more…)
Our Inwood House of the Week at 6941 Lakeshore Drive is a Lakewood Colonial revival-style home that appeals to our sense of nostalgia in a big way. The Colonial style has never lost favor, it’s just been adapted and reinvented every decade to suit changing lifestyle needs and design trends. For instance, this 1952 Colonial Revival features a Craftsman-era entry porch. It just serves to further enhance the all-American flavor and make you feel right at home. (more…)
Dallas has its fair share of homes built by renowned architects. Some of the most sought after are those built in the 1950s and 1960s, a time when the design envelope was being pushed in every medium. Our Monday Morning Millionaire is an architecturally significant midcentury modern at 7115 Brookshire Circle in Hillcrest Havens, and it has an interesting pedigree. (more…)
There are several truly iconic homes in Dallas. The “Round House” at 7507 Baxtershire Drive, the “Underground House” at 2001 North Buckner, and the one architect Clifford D. Hustell built for himself in 1930 at 7035 Lakewood Boulevard. It’s magnificent and it’s one of the most carefully preserved iconic Hutsell homes in the city. The 4,777-square-foot home with three bedrooms, three full and two half bathrooms was just listed with David Bush Real Estate and it can be yours for only $1.64 million.