Kessler Park

Tuesday Two Hundred: A Tudor That Even a Mother-In-Law Could Love in Kessler Park

By Joanna England / July 24, 2012 / 0 Comments

It always happens when you have a baby: Relatives come to stay for an open-ended period of time to “help” you. More often than not, they end up crowding things, and leaving you with more dishes in the sink and rings on your coffee table (Trust me, I speak from experience). Wouldn’t it be great if you had room for them that was detached from the main house? A place where you both could have some privacy?

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Thursday Three Hundred Two-fer: Keep Your Family Close With These Stevens Park Estates Homes

By Joanna England / June 14, 2012 / 0 Comments

Jenni Stolarski and Rob Puckett of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s are marketing two Stevens Park Village homes that back up to one another and sit on the fifth green of Stevens Park Golf Course —2036 Old Orchard and 2041 Mayflower — as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a family to be really close without moving in with each other.

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Thursday Three Hundred, Jo’s Take: 2020 Marydale is a Deal For Just $289K

By Joanna England / May 24, 2012 / 0 Comments

When we talk about Oak Cliff, we talk a lot about Kessler Park and Winnetka Heights. But it’s time to give Stevens Park Estates a little love because there’s such great value in the area, such as this 1941 Austin stone house at 2020 Marydale Drive marketed by the Hewitt & Habgood Realty Group.

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Thursday Three Hundred: Kessler Square Tudor is a Beauty Inside And Out

By Joanna England / May 10, 2012 / 0 Comments

Yes, I am going to show you another awesome house in Oak Cliff. Why, you ask? Because if you aren’t considering your next home purchase to be south of the Trinity River, then you’re missing out on a great opportunity. Like this adorable three-bedroom, two-bath Tudor in Kessler Square marketed by Brady Moore. You can […]

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Live Like a Wall Street Exec for a Fraction — The Tree House in Kessler, Under $500K. Candy Sale of the Week

By Candy Evans / October 20, 2011 / 0 Comments

Someone ought to send this post to Occupy Wall Street: this home is proof you can live like a billionaire without spending $5 million on a house! Last week I wrote about that glorious, one-bedroom Tree House in Highland Park that darling David Nichols has listed for $5,750,000. Just. Love. It. But, it’s a wee bit […]

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What Are The Hottest Neighborhoods in Dallas? Dallas Real Estate News

By Candy Evans / September 20, 2011 / 34 Comments

Lake Highlands? Shorecrest? Highland Park? Peninsula? Park Cities? Preston Hollow (my vote!)? Lake Highlands? Midway Hollow? Kessler Park? Bishop Arts? Ravinia? The Cedars? Junius Heights Historic District? Far North Dallas? Richardson? Southlake? Colleyville? Arlington? The other day I was waaaay out in Benbrook,wowzers, beautiful community! I want to hear what you like and why you […]

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