Luxury Townhome

Glamorous Townhome in Cascada Offers Chic Entertaining

By Joanna England / May 16, 2018 / 2 Comments

When Phillip Murrell told me he had a new listing, of course I was intrigued. This go-getting Dave Perry-Miller agent has been representing some amazing properties lately, so I had to know what was going to be hitting MLS soon. Murrell offered me a chance to tour his latest, but only proffered a single photo […]

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Fort Worth Friday: You’ve Never Seen a Townhome Like This

By Joanna England / May 8, 2015 / 1 Comment

There’s a special place in my heart for 1990s contemporary architecture. Fun lines and colors, interesting shapes, it’s all really whimsical like this townhome at 205 Pecan Street near downtown Fort Worth’s Sundance Square. You might think that, inside, you’ll see a lot of black laquer furniture and Mondrian look-alike paintings, sleek stainless steel and […]

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How Agents Live: Katy Trail Cascada Townhouse as Close to Single Fam as You Can Get!

By Candy Evans / March 30, 2015 / 2 Comments

I have long wanted to start a series on the private homes of Dallas real estate agents. Let’s consider this the first post! This is the private home of Briggs Freeman’s Missy Woehr, a dear friend. When she’s not selling sleek condos at Museum Tower, this is where Missy lives with her husband, Gus, also […]

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Friday Four Hundred: Lofts Not Your Thing? Gorgeous Farmers Market Townhome Will Delight You!

By Joanna England / August 8, 2014 / 0 Comments

OK, I may not understand it, but not everyone likes a loft. Some people want more walls to hang their art, more crown moulding, more niches and nooks. But don’t you want to live in one of Dallas’ coolest neighborhoods, right next to the redeveloping Dallas Farmers Market, close to the vibrant Cedars, and within […]

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Plano is So Boring: Want Mass Transit, Classic Buildings, And an Urban Feel? Move to Downtown … Plano!

By Joanna England / February 6, 2013 / 0 Comments

I always dreamed of moving into downtown Dallas, but there just doesn’t seem to be much in the way of family-friendly properties with the amenities I want in the price point our family can appreciate. Still, I love the idea of urban living, being close to shops and restaurants, and having quick access to mass […]

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