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Lakewood Dines and Kraft House Offers Historic, Estate Living in Prime Location

By Leah Shafer / April 19, 2018 / 0 Comments

Shortly after the completion of Lakewood Country Club in East Dallas, a house appeared to overlook the rolling fairways with downtown Dallas as a backdrop.  Built by premier Dallas developer Dines and Kraft in 1924, the house at 2203 Cambria Blvd. in the Lakewood Conservation District offers incredible estate living and it is our Inwood Home […]

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Lower Greenville Craftsman Bungalow Has Darling Curb Appeal, Updates Throughout

By Leah Shafer / August 20, 2015 / 0 Comments

Before the construction of North Central Expressway in 1950, Greenville Avenue one of four major roads leading into Dallas, and was the main route to northern cities like Richardson, McKinney, and Plano. It used to be called “Richardson Pike” or “Richardson Road,” and was the main route into Dallas from the Texarkana. The neighborhood of […]

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Monday Morning Millionaire, Vintage Edition: Gorgeous Spanish Eclectic Hearkens to Historic Hutsell Style

By Joanna England / August 11, 2014 / 1 Comment

If you want an architect that is going to design and build an exceptional home, one that is designed to emulate the pinnacle of historic style, you can’t do much better than Jeff Fairey and Vintage Contemporaries. Fairey, a builder who doesn’t compromise on design and materials, is known for his Vintage Place development — […]

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Friday Four Hundred: This Cottage is Sitting Pretty in Old Lake Highlands

By Joanna England / March 7, 2014 / 4 Comments

There are some really, really adorable cottages in Old Lake Highlands, which is actually much closer to White Rock Lake than many of the areas under the “Lake Highlands” moniker. This area is just east of Peavy, and some of the homes actually have lake views (and some of the lots with lake views will […]

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