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Hal Thomson

Rare Treat: Architecturally Significant Hal Thomson Tudor Hits The Market

By Karen Eubank / November 25, 2019 / 3 Comments

Why is it that some architecturally and historically significant homes stand the test of time, as if they were ageless vessels of grace? A case study might well be 4209 Bordeaux — primo Highland Park dirt, a Tudor mansion that goes light on the steepness of the pitched gable roofs, got a bit playful (but […]

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Architectural Angels Have Restored This Iconic Italian Renaissance Mansion

By Karen Eubank / July 9, 2019 / 3 Comments

We all know restoring a historic property like this Italian Renaissance mansion takes deep pockets. Dallas has plenty of those. What it is lacking, however, is enough of those pockets that also have the dedication, education, and drive to preserve architecturally significant homes. Thankfully we do have what I like to call architectural angels. These […]

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An Idyllic Reinvented Colonial Revival with Historic Roots

By Karen Eubank / March 4, 2019 / 5 Comments

Two famous architects, decades apart, have created an idyllic reinvented Colonial Revival home that oozes charm from every corner. Originally built by Hal Thomson in 1921, 3926 Potomac Avenue in Highland Park is one of the most beautiful homes I’ve ever seen. As the go-to architect of the era, Hal Thomson built many significant homes […]

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Completely Transformed Historical Colonial Mansion on Armstrong Parkway

By Karen Eubank / January 7, 2019 / 5 Comments

I’ve been waiting, patiently, for us to come out of the holidaze to show you this drop-dead gorgeous historical Colonial mansion at 4224 Armstrong Parkway. We see a lot of über luxury homes each day, but this one ticks every single box I can think of that a multi-million-dollar home should offer and some I’d […]

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The Hal Thomson Italian Renaissance Mansion on Beverly is for Sale

By Karen Eubank / June 4, 2018 / 0 Comments

Our Monday Morning Millionaire at 3601 Beverly Drive  is an iconic, architecturally significant, Highland Park Italian Renaissance mansion that has a rich dramatic history. Designed by legendary architect Hal Thomson in 1923, this house has so many stories to tell you better grab a big cuppa, turn off the phone, and sit down.

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Historic Highland Park Neoclassical Mansion Designed by Hal Thomson

By Karen Eubank / March 19, 2018 / 1 Comment

We are over the moon with excitement because this gorgeous historic Highland Park neoclassical mansion at 3800 Beverly Drive is back on the market and was just listed by Compass Real Estate’s Jonathan Rosen. It’s one of our favorite homes in Dallas.

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