Grady Vaughn

Real Estate Relies on People: What Happens When People Change

By Jon Anderson / September 25, 2019 / 0 Comments

Dwellings, offices, factories, warehouses, restaurants, even zoos, are all built for people. Seems an exceedingly obvious statement. Equally obvious is the fact that as society changes, its man-made structures change, too. Ebb and flow and all that. But what I find fascinating is how little we learn. The old saying goes that those who don’t […]

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Here We Go Again: Grady Vaughn House Goes to Auction Feb. 20, Bids Starting at $2.9

By Candy Evans / January 24, 2018 / 0 Comments

Get ready for the bargain of the century. The Grady Vaughn house at 5350 South Dentwood, nestled deep in the heart of Preston Hollow and right across the street from former Dallas Mayor Laura Miller, started on the market at $6.9 million back in 2017. The home is on one of the most lush lots […]

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Vaughn House in the Honeypot of Old Preston Hollow Hits Market With a Bang

By Candy Evans / July 14, 2017 / 2 Comments

In 1951, when Dallas was still learning to embrace the midcentury modern design movement, oilman Grady Vaughn, Jr. commissioned architect Robert Goodwin of Goodwin & Cavitt to design his waterfront dream home in what we now call the honeypot of Preston Hollow. The home is 9,500 square feet with six bedrooms, seven and a half baths, several […]

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