Heritage Oak Cliff

Kidd Springs: One of The First Neighborhoods in Dallas

By Deb R. Brimer / March 6, 2019 / 0 Comments

Kidd Springs is a mix of yesterday, today, and Oak Cliff natural resources rolled into one trendy lifestyle package. Likewise, Kidd Springs Park and Recreation Center is not only the current gathering spot for neighbors, but the site is also where the neighborhood began. According to Heritage Oak Cliff, formerly the Old Oak Cliff Conservation […]

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Neighborhood Spotlight: What’s in a Name For L.O. Daniel?

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / February 20, 2019 / 0 Comments

By Deb R. Brimer Special Contributor The L.O. Daniel neighborhood is every bit as noteworthy as its legendary namesake. Lark Owen Daniel may not be a household name today, but he left his footprint in North Oak Cliff and the downtown Dallas business world. Daniel moved to the area from Waxahachie in 1890, according to […]

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“The Last, Best Chance,” Historic Tenth Street Tells Story of Freedmen

By Bethany Erickson / January 17, 2019 / 2 Comments

One of the only remaining intact Freedman’s Towns in the entire country, the Tenth Street Historic District in Oak Cliff’s importance to the community that still has roots there — as well as to the city — is something historians and preservationists feel they can’t stress enough. The folk and period homes within the district […]

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Michael Amonett: To Preserve Neighborhoods, You Have to Participate

By Joanna England / December 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

By Michael Amonett Guest Columnist An authorized hearing has been set in motion to rezone an area in Oak Cliff at the intersection of Hampton and Clarendon roads.  The area was once a small farming community settled in the 1870s called Jimtown. Clarendon Road was Jimtown Road, and was built along the old Santa Fe […]

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Wynnewood Ranch Expanded with Open Floorplan, Sleek Updates

By Leah Shafer / October 2, 2018 / 0 Comments

In the hilly, scenic neighborhood of Wynnewood, we’ve found a open-floorplan home with sleek style and big renovations. Many of the houses more than 350 homes there are quite affordable and have attracted the attention of flippers, like our Tuesday Two Hundred at 2454 Garapan Dr. Both exterior and interior are totally updated, including a new roof, […]

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This Oak Cliff Midcentury Achieves Marvelous Indoor-Outdoor Connection

By Leah Shafer / September 27, 2018 / 3 Comments

One of the goals of midcentury architecture was to foster a sense of connection between indoor living spaces and the outside. One 1962 Oak Cliff house achieves that beautifully through thoughtful design and offers enviable views.   Our Thursday Three Hundred at 808 Wood River Rd. is perfectly perched on an oversized lot with tons of large […]

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