Dines & Kraft

Dave Perry-Miller Continues Support for Lakewood Home Festival During Trying Times

By Candy's Dirt / November 13, 2020 / 0 Comments

The Lakewood neighborhood is home to a variety of architecturally significant residences and highly rated schools. Combined with the strong, vibrant community, they comprise the tapestry that is this East Dallas treasure. This weekend all three of these unique attributes are on display during the COVID edition of the 44th Annual Lakewood Home Festival, of […]

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Dilbeck Spanish Colonial Revival in Greenway Parks

By Karen Eubank / December 14, 2017 / 2 Comments

We have a soft spot for architect Charles Dilbeck, and we have a special affinity for the Greenway Parks neighborhood, so we’re excited to bring you our Inwood House of the Week at 5522 Waneta Drive today. The neighborhood is built in a traditional English manner, with houses surrounding a parkway, which the Brits refer […]

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Dines and Kraft Tudor Lakewood Mansion Restored to Perfection by Carol Gantt

By Karen Eubank / November 7, 2016 / 1 Comment

The Dines and Kraft Tudor at 6861 Lakewood Boulevard is, without a doubt, one of the most beloved homes in Lakewood — and it’s finally for sale again. It was just listed by Annamari Lannon of Allie Beth Allman for $1.249 million, and that is a great price for a home of this caliber. Built […]

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Tudor Treasure on Tremont Has Historic Charm, Major Updates, Mature Trees

By Karen Eubank / June 30, 2016 / 0 Comments
6347 Tremont Street IWHOTW

  Nestled into a grove of mature trees on a double lot in the Parks Estates section of East Dallas lies a stunning Tudor treasure at 6347 Tremont Street. Built in 1927 by Dines & Kraft, it overlooks the Lakewood Country Club and is absolute perfection. David Bush has the two-story, four-bedroom, three-full-and-one-half-bath Tudor listed for […]

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Inwood Mortgage Home of the Week: Original Kraft Home of Dines and Kraft Hits Market

By Candy Evans / October 17, 2013 / 10 Comments

You have heard of Dines & Kraft style homes, yes? They are those rock-solid, sturdy homes with fascinating detail, stained glass and a Tudoresque-feel clustered in what is now known as the Lakewood Conservation District. They were designed by Dines & Kraft in the 1920s and 30s, Dines and Kraft simply being Dallas developers who built exceptionally well-constructed […]

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