Larry E. Boerder Architects

Built to Last, This Highland Park Classic Revival Offers Grace and Elegance

By Joanna England / December 5, 2018 / 2 Comments

Readers of CandysDirt.com know a classic when they see one, and this stunning, time-honored design from architect Larry E. Boerder is definitely a classic. In fact, after much debate amongst our staff, we’re calling this Highland Park red brick beauty at 3821 Shenandoah a Classic Revival, but if you have an opinion, be sure to […]

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The Muse Italian Renaissance Revival is Back!

By Karen Eubank / March 12, 2018 / 2 Comments

When you feature luxurious multi-million-dollar homes each week over the course of several years, once in a while, they come back on the market. Rarely, but it happens, and this is one such instance. This Italian Renaissance Revival has only had three owners, and it’s a perfect home in a perfect location. The one-of-a-kind property […]

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Architect Larry E. Boerder Includes Unique Details in This University Park Stockbroker Tudor

By Karen Eubank / October 23, 2017 / 0 Comments

In the 1920s, architects educated in Europe brought the Tudor look to the East Coast. These grand homes were known as Stockbroker Tudors because the financially successful clients they were constructed for had made their fortunes in the stock market. If you built a Stockbroker Tudor, you were making a statement about not only your […]

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Nestled into Bachman Creek, This Strait Lane Estate Is Stunning, Yet Unpretentious

By Candy Evans / March 28, 2017 / 0 Comments

The gracious estates along Strait Lane invite a certain mystery. Set back from the road with ample acreage, these properties are some of the most exclusive — and luxurious — in Dallas. Today, I’d like to tell you about one that truly impresses. Calleja Way is a winding cul-de-sac with one property, at its end – […]

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