David griffin & Associates

Why Do You Love Your Historic Neighborhood?

By Karen Eubank / December 31, 2019 / 0 Comments

Why do you love your neighborhood? That’s the question my lovely editor Joanna England asked me recently. It got me to thinking about what draws us to our ‘hoods and what keeps us there. It’s an especially important question when you have chosen to live in a conservation or historic district. So, I thought it […]

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Texas Regional Contemporary in Lake Park Estates Reimagined by Frank Welch Protégé

By Karen Eubank / December 3, 2016 / 1 Comment

What could be better than growing up in a home you love, and years later returning to that family house as the owner? There’s a lot of satisfaction in coming full circle. Gary McDonnell grew up in the close-knit neighborhood of Lake Park Estates in this 1950 ranch at 1015 Erin Drive. In 2001 he and […]

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1980s Contemporary Remodeled For Dramatic Modern Living

By Joanna England / November 4, 2014 / 1 Comment

Remember yesterday’s post with a little blurb by Wilson Fuqua? The renowned architect talked about how some homes just need the deft, artful touch of an architect to be transformed from ugly ducklings into sleek swans. I like to think that this home at 10830 Hayfield is a stunning example of this idea. Built in […]

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Under the Tuscan Sun, This Bluffview Beauty Is Very Much Into the 21st Century

By Candy Evans / August 11, 2014 / 0 Comments

Once in awhile we get a Monday Morning Millionaire that makes me think I could actually become a high class house squatter. I’d move in, bring my own maid and Turkish towels, even my own all-natural, biodegradable cleaning supplies and sunscreen. Here’s the first place I’d squat: 5019 Shadywood Lane, listed with David Griffin, David Griffin & […]

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