Mayflower Front

With more than 2,600 square feet, this gorgeous two-bedroom, three-bath home from Dallas-Fort Worth property management experts LocalDwelling.com is just the home you need to celebrate this season.

Located at 2010 Mayflower Drive inside Stevens Park Estates, this home is in a superb location for someone who wants to be close to all the great amenities, shopping, and culture North Oak Cliff has to offer. Not only does this home have a great kitchen, formal dining room, and lovely two-story living area, but it’s close to the newly renovated Stevens Park Golf Course. You’ll love your neighbors, too, who are active in the community and really watch out for one another.

Mayflower Living Mayflower formal dining

The formals feature lovely warm faux finishes on the walls and plenty of windows to let in a lot of natural light. If you’re looking for a great place for your family and Fido or Fifi, this would be a great fit!

The kitchen has some great updates, including fresh cabinets, granite counters, and stainless steel appliances. I love the cool wallpaper, too, which is high-impact and very abstract. This is a fresh listing from LocalDwelling.com, as you can see from the ice still on the ground outside this lovely stucco home.

Mayflower Kitchen Mayflower Kitchen 2

This house, which has a lovely fireplace and plenty of room for entertaining all sizes of crowds this Christmas, is available today for $2,500 a month. Is this the lease you’ve been looking for? Contact Jason Lucas with LocalDwelling.com.

Main Living

Who would’ve thought that when we tweeted last week about the gorgeous Reunion Tower views a 1200 Main Street condo had, that Reunion Tower would reply?

Reunion Tower TweetWell, Mr. Tower (or should I just call you Reunion?), we have another great unit at 1200 Main that has excellent views of your curvy silhouette! It’s another penthouse-level unit offered by LocalDwelling.com, an amazing DFW property management company. This one’s a two-bedroom, two-bath unit renting for $2,500 a month!

Main Views

This unit is just gorgeous, with 1,379 square feet of brand-new interiors. This is a great property that has never had a tenant, so you can be the first! Fabulous hardwood floors, a brand-new kitchen with all stainless steel appliances, and did we mention the great views of Reunion Tower?

Main Kitchen

Of course, this building has great amenities, including a 6th floor green space, theater, 24-hour security and doorman, resort-style pool, and a fitness center. Sound like your kind of rental? Contact the great folks at LocalDwelling.com to take advantage!

Mahanna Pool

The folks over at LocalDwelling.com are really building their stable of fantastic rental properties. Besides a great house in HPISD boundaries, a gorgeous condo with views of downtown, there’s this great condo just off Mahanna that will put you in the middle of it all.

Mahanna Living Dining

It’s Unit #11 at 3116 Mahanna Street, just west of the Dallas North Tollway. This is such an excellent location for someone who wants easy access to the tollway and downtown without sacrificing culture and aesthetics.

This unit is just over 1,000 square feet and has bamboo floors throughout, an updated kitchen, and two bedrooms and one full and one half baths. The bonus of this building is the great little courtyard with a pretty pool and plenty of room to lounge.

Mahanna Condo

This unit rents for an absolute steal, too, at just $1,125. Incredible price, y’all. And consider that pets are allowed, and there’s covered parking, a washer and dryer in the unit, and you’re on the top floor. Just think: no noisy upstairs neighbors!

Sound like your dream rental? Contact Deborah Thierault at LocalDwelling.com.

 

CONFABbannerupdateIt’s an exciting event tomorrow sponsored by LocalDwelling.com that will shake up how you see the places where people gather and what makes a community tick.

It’s called “CONFAB — a Dallas Parks Foundation Conversation,” and it kicks off tomorrow at 7 p.m. at the House of Blues. Talk will center around public spaces, hiking, biking, and transportation. Find out more after the jump!

Get an inside look at progress taking place in our city, with featured topics including:

 

  • Dallas Bikeway System (Presenter: Jared White, Manager, Transportation Planning)

  • Summer Adventures in Fair Park (Presenter: Errol McKoy, President, State Fair of Texas)

  • Downtown Parks Master Plan (Presenter: Michael Hellmann, Assistant Director, Parks and Recreation Department)

  • The Dallas Zoo (Presenter: Gregg Hudson, CEO & Executive Director)

  • Park(ing) Day Dallas (Presenter: Noah Jeppson, Environmental Graphic Designer)

  • Aquatics for Dallas (Presenters: Daniel Huerta, Executive General Manager – Parks and Recreation Department; Robin Steinshnider, Manager of Aquatic Services)

  • and others TBD! Topics subject to change.

Live Oak Courtyard

I love the way lofts look. Concrete floors and exposed ventilation ducts are super dreamy. It also allows for all the focus to be on furnishings instead of architecture.

Lofts can be pricy to buy, but if you prefer to rent, they can be affordable and offer flexible living in areas where you can keep your car garage kept and take the train or even a bike!

Live Oak Loft

This week’s featured lease from LocalDwelling.com is at the Live Oak Lofts building on — you guessed it — Live Oak Street. This building is right on the edge of both Deep Ellum and Downtown, offering fantastic access to mass transit, work, restaurants, and the Dallas Arts District.

Live Oak Kitchen

It’s a one-bedroom, one-bath unit with polished concrete and granite surfaces. Amenities include a courtyard pool, stainless steel appliances, a washer and dryer in unit, and pets are allowed in this great loft property.

Live Oak Bedroom

At just more than 1,000 square feet, it’s for lease right now for $1,200 a month. Sound like your kind of loft? Find out how to claim it here.

Live Oak Bath

Live Oak Courtyard

I love the way lofts look. Concrete floors and exposed ventilation ducts are super dreamy. It also allows for all the focus to be on furnishings instead of architecture.

Lofts can be pricy to buy, but if you prefer to rent, they can be affordable and offer flexible living in areas where you can keep your car garage kept and take the train or even a bike!

Live Oak Loft

This week’s featured lease from LocalDwelling.com is at the Live Oak Lofts building on — you guessed it — Live Oak Street. This building is right on the edge of both Deep Ellum and Downtown, offering fantastic access to mass transit, work, restaurants, and the Dallas Arts District.

Live Oak Kitchen

It’s a one-bedroom, one-bath unit with polished concrete and granite surfaces. Amenities include a courtyard pool, stainless steel appliances, a washer and dryer in unit, and pets are allowed in this great loft property.

Live Oak Bedroom

At just more than 1,000 square feet, it’s for lease right now for $1,200 a month. Sound like your kind of loft? Find out how to claim it here.

Live Oak Bath

Townhome Front

Renting in the Oak Lawn area can by mighty expensive if you don’t know the area. Lucky for you, Erica Sutton and the fabulous folks at LocalDwelling.com have this great town home on Bowser Avenue. It has two bedrooms, two and a half baths, and plenty of windows.

Townhome Dining

Unit No. 109 at 4310 Bowser is a split-level, so the entry leads to the living room, which has a little patio perfect for grilling. There’s a fireplace, too. In a small landing space above the living area is the dining area, which you see here. It’s partitioned by a railing, and leads to the kitchen.

Townhome KitchenThis kitchen is very basic, so you won’t be cooking too many gourmet meals in there, but for a single who plans on enjoying the fabulous restaurants within walking distance? Well, there’s a refrigerator with plenty of room for takeout and doggie bags.

Townhome Master

The master bedroom features a built-in bookcase and a cool little balcony. It’s not spacious, but it’ll fit a king-size bed and a couple of night stands, for sure. I’m not wild about the carpet throughout this unit, but it’s listed for $1,450 a month, which, considering the location and the 1,800-square-foot size, I’ll just invest in a couple of rugs, thanks.


Townhome BathroomThe master bath is clean, and it’s got granite counters and the same faux-tile linoleum that you see in the kitchen and living areas. Again, if you expect this place to be busting at the seams with upgrades, well, you’re forgetting that the location and price outweighs all that!

Townhome Front

Renting in the Oak Lawn area can by mighty expensive if you don’t know the area. Lucky for you, Erica Sutton and the fabulous folks at LocalDwelling.com have this great town home on Bowser Avenue. It has two bedrooms, two and a half baths, and plenty of windows.

Townhome Dining

Unit No. 109 at 4310 Bowser is a split-level, so the entry leads to the living room, which has a little patio perfect for grilling. There’s a fireplace, too. In a small landing space above the living area is the dining area, which you see here. It’s partitioned by a railing, and leads to the kitchen.

Townhome KitchenThis kitchen is very basic, so you won’t be cooking too many gourmet meals in there, but for a single who plans on enjoying the fabulous restaurants within walking distance? Well, there’s a refrigerator with plenty of room for takeout and doggie bags.

Townhome Master

The master bedroom features a built-in bookcase and a cool little balcony. It’s not spacious, but it’ll fit a king-size bed and a couple of night stands, for sure. I’m not wild about the carpet throughout this unit, but it’s listed for $1,450 a month, which, considering the location and the 1,800-square-foot size, I’ll just invest in a couple of rugs, thanks.


Townhome BathroomThe master bath is clean, and it’s got granite counters and the same faux-tile linoleum that you see in the kitchen and living areas. Again, if you expect this place to be busting at the seams with upgrades, well, you’re forgetting that the location and price outweighs all that!