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This Peninsula Property Can Be Your End of the Day Getaway

By Candy Evans / March 14, 2019 / 0 Comments
Peninsula

  It is no secret we are in love with The Peninsula, a small finger of East Dallas dirt that stretches around White Rock Lake’s eastern shore just off Buckner Boulevard. We write about almost every home that hits the market there for several reasons: It’s so hot, properties barely last on the market. In […]

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Dreamy Midway Hollow Cottage Remodel Evokes a Fairy Tale

By Candy Evans / February 28, 2019 / 0 Comments

I will never forget the time I first looked at homes in this part of town, Midway Hollow, on Van Ness Lane, to be exact. A Realtor told me that this was the kind of neighborhood where you come outside and see the elves dancing with little stars all around. This was in 1980 and […]

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Inwood Home of the Week: Life on Betty Jane Lane is a Blast to the Past For 70s Living!

By Candy Evans / July 31, 2015 / 3 Comments

  You walk right into 10225 Betty Jane Lane in North Dallas’ Walnut Woods, sit right down, and baby let your hair hang down. (The Rooftop Singers, 1963.) This house is so very vintage 70s I am having childhood deja vu just from the photos! You know how you always revert to childish ways when you […]

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Estate Puts Downton Abbey to Shame at a Price Reduced by Almost $5 Million!

By Candy Evans / November 6, 2014 / 0 Comments

This is one of my most treasured homes in Dallas. It could be so because I am friends with the people who first built it in 1996, and I watched it go up step by very careful, lovingly placed step. It sits on a luscious piece of land that the original owner searched high and […]

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An Italianate Villa in Preston Hollow That Doesn’t Sink the Ship

By Candy Evans / August 27, 2014 / 0 Comments

Having just returned from Maine, I was OD’ing on Italianate design, as it was the preference of many a ship’s captain for his grand home. We sure have a lot of Italianate design in Dallas, too, sometimes, I think, too much (eeck!).  The style was one of the most popular Victorian-era housing styles from the […]

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