Empty Nesters

Orchard Flower: Luxury Dreams Custom Made for the New Empty Nester By Grenadier Homes

By Candy Evans / May 15, 2016 / 0 Comments

Empty nesters today have a far, far different housing story than their parents’ tale. Right-sizing options are all over the map: get a smaller home, get a bigger home, sell the family homestead, keep your city place as efficient as possible. Empty nesters are building a huge custom home next door to me. And I […]

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Downsizing Expert Helps People Find Joy with Fewer Possessions, Smaller Homes

By Leah Shafer / May 13, 2016 / 3 Comments

“Bigger is better” may be the motto of many house hunters, but a sizable number of people want to downsize with their next home purchase. With a smaller house comes less space, and culling all the “stuff” is a big challenge. This is often particularly true for empty nesters and seniors, who have a lifetime […]

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Bruce Graf Helps Baby Boomers Age-in-Place With Smart Updates

By Joanna England / May 3, 2016 / 0 Comments

“For most folks, their home is the biggest investment they own,” said Bruce Graf, a home remodeler with more than 30 years of experience in working with multiple generations of families. Graf has helped families remodel a house to accommodate growth, and then returned years later to adapt their home to special health needs so […]

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Loving Me Some Lakewood: Gaston Charmer Grabbing Me With A Music Room in the Guest House

By Candy Evans / November 3, 2011 / 0 Comments

In a word, ahhhhhh! This updated Lakewood stone Mediterranean sits on a DEEP 237 foot lush lot that you will never get out of your mind. The home was built in 1939, ergo the charm and character of a by-gone era, but renovated with a deft touch by a very talented owner. You get arched doorways, tiled floors, wood and moldings. You also […]

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Friday Four Hundred: Munger Place Hot Mama Has Double Masters, Loft, and a Friday Night Hot Tub REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE

By Candy Evans / October 21, 2011 / 0 Comments

The listing agent will die when I tell you this secret: these people want to sell this house. Bigtime. Turns out, they are beginning a new fun life with their second home which just happens to be a sailboat. So this 2938 square foot Munger Place mama has been reduced from $459,000 to $395,000 and […]

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Candy Sale of the Week: Architecturally Signifiant Stunner on Shorecrest — I Am SO In LOVE! — Dallas Real Estate News

By Candy Evans / October 13, 2011 / 10 Comments

Oh. My. God. This stunning Bluffview architectural gem at 4214 Shorecrest probably won’t last through the weekend. In fact, I predict it will be gone by Friday. The property actually rests upon a Bluffview bluff on .97 acres. So unlike almost any other neighborhood in Dallas, with the exception of Kessler, you get a view. Built in […]

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