historic Dallas homes

Historic Craftsman Charmer at 5939 Richmond Has Wonderful Secret We Cannot Divulge

By Candy Evans / June 5, 2018 / 0 Comments

  We hear it all the time: Dallas is loaded with cookie-cutter homes, one looking just like the other. Builders, those naughty peeps, scrape down homes with character then build new hogging the entire lot, which few can afford. Where is charm? Where is history? Where is something freakin’ green and ORIGINAL?   Grab your […]

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1925 Fooshee & Cheek Spanish Colonial Revival in Greenway Parks Hits the Market

By Amy Puchaty / March 29, 2018 / 2 Comments

  Pay attention folks, this listing is hot, hot, hot! Ideally situated on a gracious lot in Greenway Parks, the 1925 Fooshee & Cheek Spanish Colonial Revival was designed by the architects responsible for Highland Park Village, and just hit the market for $2,075,000! “This is Greenway Parks at its finest,” says listing agent Gretchen […]

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Monday Morning Millionaire: Landmark Lakewood Home of the Late Stanley Marcus Listed for $5.4 Million

By Candy Evans / July 29, 2013 / 17 Comments

You have heard of this home, it’s a landmark Dallas estate fresh from an architecturally sensitive, three-year long renovation. The address is 10 Nonesuch Road. There are 10,000 square feet which now includes four living areas, three bedrooms, four full and two half baths, totally new kitchen, laundry room and bathroom updates, library, study, office, sauna and a cat-walk to a new two bedroom, two bath guest home of 1200 square feet that sits above the three car garage. The home has just been listed with Nancy Johnson of Dave Perry-Miller. It includes the original pool and a creek that surrounds the estate.

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