Kessler Park

Chris Hickman Lists His Beautifully Renovated Kessler Park Spanish Eclectic

By Karen Eubank / October 8, 2020 / 5 Comments

Seldom have I seen a house so flawlessly restored and updated. Preservation Dallas thought so too. Last year they selected this Kessler Park Spanish Eclectic home as a recipient of one of their coveted Preservation Achievement Awards. This gorgeous Kessler Park Spanish Eclectic was built in 1925 for Alex A. Greer and his wife, Clara. […]

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Renovated Kessler Park Home of Dixie Cup Founder Is an Architectural Prize

By Shelby Skrhak / August 29, 2020 / 0 Comments

The year is 1950, and guests are gathering on the covered patio, circling a table draped with a white and yellow checkered tablecloth and fresh garden flowers atop. Miss Nancy Moore, daughter of Dixie Cup inventor Stuart Moore, is hosting this Garden Supper at her Kessler Park home at 1033 N. Plymouth Road for a […]

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Kessler Park Jewel Hiding In Plain Sight For $495,000

By Amy Puchaty / April 3, 2020 / 0 Comments

Every now and then a listing comes along that surprises and delights. Such is the case with our Kessler Park Friday Four Hundred. Listing agent, Ged Dipprey with Dave Perry-Miller InTown, tells us this gem has been hiding in plain sight since 1999! Let’s take a closer look. A Kessler Park Stunner Hidden In The Trees […]

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Timeless Tudor vs. Midcentury Modern In Kessler Park

By Amy Puchaty / March 9, 2020 / 1 Comment

With a fantastic mix of home styles and proximity to family-friendly parks and the Bishop Arts District, Kessler Park offers a lot for the price. So this week, we set our sights on two fantastic offerings with incredible architecture and beautiful backyards. Which would you choose, the timeless Tudor Splurge or the tranquil Midcentury Steal? […]

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Dream On: Delightful Dilbeck In Kessler Park Gutted For Remodel

By April Towery / February 4, 2020 / 4 Comments

Tuesday Three Hundred just got real with this French split level gem in Kessler Park. Presumed to be a creation of the late renowned designer Charles Dilbeck, this home is but a shell – which means a lot of love and inspiration can go into its next iteration. The pictures don’t do it justice – […]

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High Caliber Agent Cynthia Paine-Drennan Has a Legacy of Dallas Real Estate

By Shelby Skrhak / January 16, 2020 / 0 Comments

Cynthia Paine-Drennan has practically been staking Open House signs into the ground since she was a little girl. The Dave Perry-Miller agent is a third-generation Realtor, following in the footsteps of her mother Nancy Paine and grandmother Ruth Newman, who was the first female real estate broker in Dallas. Cynthia, with her husband of 19 […]

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