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Thursday Three Hundred: Plenty of Space to Shoot 3-Pointers in This Remodeled Winnetka Heights Craftsman

By Joanna England / August 16, 2012 / 0 Comments

This house, if it could say one word and one word only, it would be “AHHHH-DORABLE.” Just like that. In fact, it would be shouting it, so when you heard it from around the block, you would come jogging through Winnetka Heights until you found 314 N. Clinton, a butter yellow Craftsman just west of Tyler Street.

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Thursday Three Hundred: Junius Heights Craftsman Has 50 Shades of Gray Inside

By Joanna England / July 19, 2012 / 0 Comments

Gray is the hottest neutral right now, and I am loving how it’s just popping up everywhere and in every conceivable shade. All 50 of them.

Trashy adult novel puns aside, this gorgeous Junius Heights Arts and Crafts home is the perfect example of how neutral doesn’t mean boring. With all of the wonderful cool slate, marble, and pearl grays, all of the details stand out.

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Tuesday Two Hundred: All of The Charm of a Winnetka Heights Craftsman With None of The Work

By Joanna England / June 26, 2012 / 0 Comments

Lots of young folks moving to Oak Cliff are looking for a charming older home with great bones. They’re looking for fixer-uppers, diamonds in the rough, and plenty of room for sweat equity.

To me, however, that sounds like a lot of work. (If that makes me sound lazy, well, color me guilty.)

If I were looking for a home in Oak Cliff, I’d snag one of these adorable Winnetka Heights Craftsman bungalows where someone else has poured in the blood, sweat, and trips to the hardware store so I don’t have to. So you can see why 122 S. Rosemont Ave. is so appealing to me. And at $229,000, it is an incredible value.

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