Luxury Real Estate

Monday Morning Millionaire: Secluded Argyle Estate Has a European Feel, Epic Man Cave, And a Wine Cellar That Just Won’t Quit

By Joanna England / February 11, 2013 / 0 Comments

This place was built to be shown off. If you need convincing of this fact, I point you to the unbelievable second-floor bar and billiard at 12780 Hilltop in Argyle. It’s like Boston’s famous Bull and Finch Pub (Cheers, if you watch the TV show) without the weird smell and surly barmaids. Seriously, every photo […]

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Monday Morning Millionaire: Secluded Argyle Estate Has a European Feel, Epic Man Cave, And a Wine Cellar That Just Won't Quit

By Joanna England / February 11, 2013 / 0 Comments

This place was built to be shown off. If you need convincing of this fact, I point you to the unbelievable second-floor bar and billiard at 12780 Hilltop in Argyle. It’s like Boston’s famous Bull and Finch Pub (Cheers, if you watch the TV show) without the weird smell and surly barmaids. Seriously, every photo […]

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Thursday Three Hundred: Historic Oak Lawn Home Has Color, Character And a Fabulous Location!

By Joanna England / December 20, 2012 / 0 Comments

Most people, when they think of Oak Lawn and Uptown, they think of condos and apartments and tiny, tiny living spaces. That’s not always the case! Did you know that there are tons of beautiful historic properties in the Oak Lawn area? Our Thursday Three Hundred is one such property with an amazing kitchen. Ringing […]

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Real Estate So Hot, The Wall Street Journal Is Expanding Coverage to Their “Mansion”

By Candy Evans / October 4, 2012 / 0 Comments

All we hear is how print is dying, but the Wall Street Journal plows ahead. The smarty pants at the Wall Street Journal announce a significant beefing up of global (and all) real estate coverage beginning this Friday. Oh and guess what: it’s going to be on mobile and the ipad, too. Robert Thomson, editor-in-chief of Dow Jones & Company and managing editor of The Wall Street Journal, says what I have believed for years: “We all like to think of our home as a mansion, even if it is a humble abode, and we all have the license to aspire, so we have created Mansion to be the home of both aspiration and real estate realization.”

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Birkins, Babes, and $80,000 Bags: The Dave Perry-Miller Team Goes Croc Hunting

By Candy Evans / April 15, 2011 / 0 Comments

If the streets of Dallas seemed a bit hushed yesterday afternoon, that’s because the Dave Perry-Miller group — that’s Ebby’s high-end luxury real estate division — was hanging down at Heritage Auction Gallery to get first dibs on some rare, exclusive hand-bags that are going off to be auctioned in New York City next month. […]

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