Highland Park real estate

Heritage Auctions Sells 3756 Armstrong; Family’s Dream House Now Belongs to Another

By Candy Evans / September 27, 2016 / 0 Comments

Just moments ago, in Highland Park, O’Neil Ford’s largest creation in Dallas sold to the highest bidder, a couple, at Heritage Auctions’ very well-orchestrated real estate auction of 3756 Armstrong, which we have written about and followed extensively on this blog. With about 12 bidders in the house, bidding started at $3 million and the estate […]

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Breaking: Heritage Auctions REMOVES Reserve on O’Neil Ford Estate to be Auctioned TOMORROW

By Candy Evans / September 26, 2016 / 0 Comments

3756 Armstrong in Highland Park goes to auction tomorrow at 2 p.m. They say it was not because they got so very many bidders registered on the Highland Park estate, but because of the incredible quality of the bidders, who have said they want a shot at buying the architecturally significant Penson home that the reserve […]

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This Highland Park Lot is $1,450,000 for One Quarter of an Acre

By Candy Evans / August 4, 2016 / 4 Comments

Really, this is one to watch. Let’s make it our bellwether. I’m not going to argue that it is not a perfect location, the area I would want for my very next dream house: a Highland Park lot that backs to the Katy Trail, walking distance to Knox Henderson restaurants, shopping and fun. That Knox […]

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Dallas Cowboys CEO Stephen Jones Lists Miramar Abode with Pub for $11.5

By Candy Evans / June 6, 2016 / 4 Comments

An “O” House is a home so fabulous you have to drop whatever you are doing (yeah, even that) or holding, including your nail file, to look! Cowboys CEO Stephen Jones, son of Jerry and Gene, and wife Karen Gayle (Hickman), have listed their 10,543 square foot home, simply stunning, on a super desire-able corner […]

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Albert Hill Trust Wants to Sells Al G. Hill III and Erin Nance Hill’s Place on Bordeaux

By Candy Evans / April 27, 2016 / 1 Comment

Plaintiff David Pickett, trustee of the Albert Hill Trust, has filed a petition to get Al G. Hill III and his wife, Erin Nance Hill, to agree to sell their old Highland Park abode on Bordeaux, or at least talk about it. Seems the house is unoccupied (according to the petition) and has sustained some […]

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CandysDirt.com Staff Meeting — Bricks, Broads and An Architectural History Lesson at 3616 Crescent

By Lifestylist® Suzanne Felber / December 9, 2015 / 0 Comments

As a new member of the CandysDirt.com team and a Lifestylist® who loves history and architecture, I was so excited to be included in this CandysDirt.com staff meeting and to have the opportunity to tour one of Dallas most significant modernist homes at 3616 Crescent. Staff meetings are open to all in the real estate […]

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