Park Cities Historic Preservation Society will award the owners of 3910 Gillon a plaque recognizing the home’s historic provenance on Feb. 23, 2019.

Staff Report

Highland Park and University Park are still veritable treasure troves of historic architecture, and The Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society will hold landmarking ceremonies from 10 a.m. to noon Feb. 23 to recognize four excellent examples. The homes — all striking examples of living history — offer insight to this significant area. One, however, stands apart: 3910 Gillon, the home of Elizabeth and Sydney Hurley.

This gorgeous Hal Thompson design offers so much character, all wrapped in a wonderful story. To read about it and see the full schedule of homes, jump:

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Peak’s Suburban Addition in Old East Dallas is nestled conveniently between Deep Ellum and Lakewood. With over 500 homes, the neighborhood features architecture from the Queen Anne Victorian era, as well as Prairie, Craftsman, and modern or contemporary architecture styles. The diversity of homes, along with the diversity of the people, is what makes Peak’s Suburban Addition so unique and dynamic. (more…)

Aldredge-House

Fresh on the heels of a shot over the bow from its Swiss Avenue neighbors, the Aldredge House has made Preservation Dallas’ 2015 list of “Most Endangered Historic Places.” This is not unlike the Old Oak Cliff Conservation League‘s annual “Architecture At Risk” campaign, which highlights homes and businesses with significant historic or design qualities that could be toppled at a moment’s notice.

Dormant since 2010, Preservation Dallas decided to resurrect the “Most Endangered” list to highlight a few well-known edifices either in danger of being razed or of having the history renovated out of them. The Aldredge House topped this year’s list.

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