Elevator

University Park Modern Colonial Revival with an Elevator!

By Karen Eubank / May 25, 2018 / 0 Comments

So often you find a house that’s in a perfect neighborhood, like our Inwood Home of the Week, at 3709 Hanover Street in University Park. It’s the right size, the right style, and has all the elements to suit a family. It also offers great entertaining spaces. But it needs a refresh, and you don’t […]

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Preston Hollow Estate on More Than a Manicured Acre Boasts Kelcy Warren as Neighbor

By Karen Eubank / August 29, 2016 / 0 Comments

“Estate” is a word we don’t toss around lightly. It conjures up those venerable English country homes that stand for centuries and are passed on from generation to generation. So when we tell you this is a Preston Hollow estate — it’s exactly that. And any Brit who’s inherited a stately pile, as they call it, […]

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A Parisian Townhome With No HOA’s, Wine Cellar, Conservatory, Multiple Balconies, Stupendous 3 Car Garage & Elevator in the HEART of Uptown

By Candy Evans / December 28, 2015 / 4 Comments

It was a very different climate last week when Hanne Sagalowsky and I tootled around in this 4556 square foot beauty in the heart of Uptown: 70 degrees and the sun was shining! It is probably one of the most unique properties in the area, and a downsizing Park Cities/Preston Hollow/Plano (The Three P’s) family […]

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Why Has This Lovely Oak Lawn Townhome Been on the Market 160 Days?

By Leah Shafer / April 23, 2015 / 8 Comments

These days, it’s pretty common to spot a great listing and watch it go under contract faster than you can say, “Jeeves, fetch me a Realtor!” So when I spot an Oak Lawn townhome like the one at 3316 Hawthorne Ave. #3316, which has been on the market for 160 days, I have to scratch […]

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Top DFW Builder Confident in Luxury Market, Building Two Multimillion Spec Houses

By Leah Shafer / January 19, 2015 / 0 Comments

Spec homes are a sign of strong builder and bank confidence in a market, as they are created without any specific buyer in mind, just the belief that one will be interested once it is completed. The higher the price tag, the higher the stakes. In our inventory-parched market, homebuilder Les Owens, President of LRO Residential […]

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Dallas Downtown Real Estate: 1600 Pacific is Looking Good

By Candy Evans / April 6, 2011 / 0 Comments

This is how Leobardo Trevino is surviving the real estate recession. The floors at 1600 Pacific and also at The Statler Hilton will be finished up like his shell space on the 18th floor that is ready for a tenant. The construction/freight elevator at the end of the floor (under the red) can haul debris […]

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