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Forney Historic House Represented by Ebby Halliday Realtors on 2.3 Acres

By Candy Evans / June 8, 2018 / 0 Comments
Forney Historic House Represented by Ebby Halliday Realtors | CandysDirt.com

Only 22 miles east of Dallas, turn back time and find an utterly charmed, turn-of-the-century Forney historic home. Sitting on 2.337 acres with big shade trees and lots of landscaping, it has original features married beautifully to more recent updates. Very few of these grand historic homes remain in Texas, especially in such pristine condition. Located at 303 S. Center […]

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Highland Park’s Historic Colonial Revival: The Happy Yellow House

By Karen Eubank / April 2, 2018 / 0 Comments

The happy yellow house in Highland Park at 3608 Drexel Drive is for sale! This historic Colonial Revival is one of those homes that makes you smile. Built for A. H. Davidson in 1928, it has been lovingly cared for and updated with respect to the classic features that only comes with history.

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Fair Park Roaring Twenties Abode Needs Only a Little Love

By Bethany Erickson / February 22, 2018 / 2 Comments
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Today’s Dallas Under $100,000 is in the Fair Park area, and is an example of how the smallest, cheapest things can help sell a house. The home we’re looking at this week is at 3815 Wilder Street, about 10 minutes from Fair Park. Built in 1927, this home has been on the market one day, […]

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Historic Corner Market Conversion in Kings Highway

By Joanna England / October 7, 2017 / 5 Comments

Though I absolutely love the idea of loft living, the biggest turnoff, is the lack of easily accessible green space. But what if you could live in a historic commercial conversion that lived more like a single-family home? That’s what Jenni Stolarski‘s latest Kings Highway listing is, to a tee. And the isn’t the first […]

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Taken to The Studs: Vickery Place Craftsman Has a New, Stylish Life

By Joanna England / August 16, 2017 / 2 Comments

Bart Thrasher is nothing if not honest with his clients. And when Matt Simons wanted to renovate 5235 Vickery Blvd., Thrasher was reluctant to hitch onto the project. The home was in such a sad state that, as Thrasher admitted, it was a better candidate for a teardown. But Simons wouldn’t be dissuaded, and Thrasher, […]

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Beautifully Updated Historic Craftsman on Bryan Parkway

By Karen Eubank / March 4, 2017 / 1 Comment

Every house has a story. Some are sad, some are funny, and then there are the love stories. Our Saturday Seven Hundred at 6015 Bryan Parkway is all about love. This historic Craftsman came close to just being a memory.

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