Highland Meadows

Realtor Brandon Stewart Lists Personal Midcentury Modern Home And It’s Incredible

By Joanna England / July 24, 2019 / 2 Comments

There are a handful of Dallas real estate agents that specialize in Midcentury Modern homes, and Brandon Stewart is one of them. Never willing to just preach to the choir about this architectural style and its ability to nimbly transform, Stewart practiced what he was preaching when he purchased his home in Highland Meadows, a […]

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What Can You Get For May’s Median Home Price? You Might Be Surprised

By Bethany Erickson / June 23, 2019 / 0 Comments
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May’s home report is in for Dallas, and the median home price is up two percent year-over-year to $260,000, according to statistics from Texas Realtors. What can you get for the median home price in Dallas? We took a look.

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East Dallas Charmer Perfectly Priced for First-Time Buyers

By Bethany Erickson / October 16, 2018 / 0 Comments

It’s not often you find an East Dallas home with four bedrooms and two baths for less than $250,000, which is why Lauri Ann Hanson with Dave-Perry Miller InTown knew to alert us that she had what she calls “a unicorn.” And that unicorn, which is located on 11336 Quail Run St., was a perfect […]

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Westhollow Society Considers PID

By Bethany Erickson / December 16, 2015 / 33 Comments

Could your neighborhood, on its own, make enough noise to get the city to pay attention? A few months ago, I attended a break-out session during the Dallas Homeowners League boot camp where Councilman Philip Kingston outlined the best ways to get the city’s attention when it comes to the needs of individual neighborhoods. One […]

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Before & After: A Discerning Midcentury Renovation in Lake Highlands

By Leah Shafer / July 9, 2015 / 0 Comments

I’ve known Rebecca Nolen since our high school days at Ursuline Academy of Dallas. Even back then, her design aesthetic was refined—she had the best-looking bedroom of anyone I knew. She also offered me Welsh rarebit as a snack when I came over to study one afternoon, far more sophisticated than the Little Debbie Star Crunch […]

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