Dilbeck

5 Great Charles Dilbeck Homes to Kick Off Your Monday Right

By Shelby Skrhak / April 20, 2020 / 2 Comments

Charles S. Dilbeck, for you newbies to Dallas, was a prolific and eclectic architect in Dallas from 1935 to 1969. In a 1979 interview with urban planner Alan Mason, he said he was the first architect to develop a true Texas ranch house. While his peers O’Neil Ford and David Williams were besotted with the Hill Country […]

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Paigebrooke Stunner Built by Dilbeck Ready to Rent

By Bethany Erickson / August 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

No matter the move you might make, it still probably wasn’t as epic as the one the original Charles Dilbeck home that sits at 1 Paigebrooke made. You see, Paigebrooke is a five-lot subdivision in Westlake that was developed by former mayor Scott Bradley, who named the subdivision after his daughters, Paige and Brooke. But […]

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Charles Dilbeck’s Phoenix Lobello House Rises Again

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / September 20, 2018 / 7 Comments

By Donovan Westover Special Contributor My heart sank when I learned my favorite Charles Dilbeck-designed house had burned to the ground.  An exterior appliance started the 2016 blaze, which quickly spread throughout the 9,000-square-foot house replete with acres of 55-year-old wood shingles, wood siding, and wood ornamentation.  I was super sad for the loss to […]

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Start Your New Year Off Right With a Stellar Remodel on Fairway

By Joanna England / January 1, 2018 / 1 Comment

If a home is lingering on the market, one of the first strategies a Realtor will employ is the “price improvement.” It’s not a bad idea, as conventional wisdom says that if a home hasn’t sold, it’s a combination of some other factor and it lacking a price to match its desirability. But in some […]

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Extraordinary University Park Charles Dilbeck Enchants with Magical Spaces

By Candy Evans / July 25, 2017 / 1 Comment
Extraordinary University Park Charles Dilbeck | CandysDirt.com

One of Dallas’ most prolific and beloved architects left a legacy of exceptional design, and one of his most outstanding examples just hit the market.  The University Park Charles Dilbeck at 4144 Shenandoah St. stands as a jaw-dropping illustration of this master’s architectural genius. Sitting on a corner lot, this picturesque property offers a sense of […]

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New Home Tour Celebrates Charming Collection of Charles Dilbeck Designs in Cochran Heights

By Joanna England / March 25, 2016 / 0 Comments

This brand new home tour on April 3 is part celebration, part education, as Cochran Heights opens five of its Dilbeck-designed homes. So, what’s the occasion? According to Erika Huddleston, the neighborhood is celebrating its new Texas Historical Commission marker signifying the splendid collection of Dilbecks Cochran Heights holds. The marker, which is on Henderson […]

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