Lee Lamont

The Forest Hills Cox Estate is a Spanish Eclectic Dream

By Karen Eubank / March 3, 2020 / 3 Comments

When I see a home like this Spanish Eclectic enter our market, I can tell you the hair literally stands up on the back of my neck because I know there is a fantastic history attached to it. And I’m never wrong. This is a fantastic story. Think back to the Hollywood of the 1940s. […]

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This M Streets Storybook Tudor Feels Like One Big Hug

By Karen Eubank / December 17, 2019 / 0 Comments

This M Streets storybook home is a case in point about why preservation matters. You cannot build in character or charm. You just can’t. Christie and Tom Warrick know that. They were living in Rockwall and decided it was time for a change. “I had driven through the neighborhood once and told Tom, ‘Someday I’m […]

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New Lakewood Previews of Some Mighty Magnificent Mansions

By Candy Evans / September 21, 2018 / 1 Comment


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A Tale of Two Houses: Luxury on the East and West Sides of White Rock Lake

By Candy Evans / April 19, 2017 / 0 Comments
Llano Place

For buyers looking for luxury in East Dallas, I’ve got a tale of two houses on the east and west sides of White Rock Lake. Both are custom build houses, and both have the attention to detail and higher-end features you’d expect in such a property. Both are situated in established, coveted neighborhoods. And both […]

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Marvelous One-Story Midway Hollow Midcentury Modern Delights at Every Angle

By Candy Evans / March 1, 2017 / 1 Comment
midway hollow midcentury

Midway Hollow is a neighborhood in transition, with a lot of fabulous new construction among the 2,600 or so homes in the area. I’ve got a listing to share with you today rebuilt from the studs up in 2014, a midcentury modern design with elegant features, open spaces, and extended sight lines. This home exudes […]

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Gorgeous Transitional Home On Santa Fe Trail Is In Dallas’ Next Hot Neighborhood

By Candy Evans / February 24, 2017 / 0 Comments
Mount Auburn

Neighborhoods can evolve rapidly, and we’re always on the lookout for the hidden gems that are in the process of turning over and becoming the next hot place to buy. On our radar now? Homes close to the Santa Fe Trail in East Dallas.  It’s a hop, skip, and jump from Lakewood, Hollywood Heights, and […]

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