1047 N Winnetka Ave Dallas, TX is currently listed by Melissa O’Brien with Dave Perry-Miller InTown for $577,000.

This week’s Friday Five Hundred takes us to 1047 N Winnetka Avenue in North Oak Cliff – a darling three-bedroom, one-full-and-one-half-bathroom charmer, originally built in 1925 and it could be yours for $577,000. “This sweet little gem is a perfect example of why I love Oak Cliff, and the people that give these homes new life,” says listing agent Melissa O’Brien of Dave Perry-Miller InTown.

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Splurge vs Steal: Two Kessler Park Beauties | CandysDirt.com

Kessler Park is one of our favorite parts of North Oak Cliff, a neighborhood with history, topography, winding streets, arching shade trees, and so much more.  

In this week’s Splurge vs Steal, we’re looking at two Kessler Park beauties. Which one is your favorite? 

 

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Satisfy Your Real Estate Longings and Swing on by these Dallas Open Houses | CandysDirt.com

Temperatures may be dropping, but these DFW houses are hot, hot, hot.

We’re talking, of course, about our CandysDirt.com Open Houses of the Week. We love bringing you an insider look at hot North Texas properties every Thursday. We scour the listings and pick three fabulous open houses in Dallas (and the ‘burbs from time to time) you shouldn’t miss.

This week, our houses range in price from $699K to $1.599 million. Let us know what you think of our choices, and if you know of any we should feature next week!

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Lakewood Contemporary Soars In Our Weekly Roundup of Dallas Open Houses | CandysDirt.com

The Lakewood contemporary at 3406 Oakhurst St. is one of our three featured open houses this week.

Do you love a modern marvel of a home as much as we do? Then cast your gaze toward the Lakewood contemporary that tops our CandysDirt Open Houses of the Week. This renovated beauty is one of three we’re featuring, and you’ll be wondering how to pick your favorite. 

They range in price from$724,000 to $1.05 million and include an Oak Cliff Tudor with a fairy tale backyard and a Mockingbird Park beauty with classic good looks, reimagined hit a buyer’s checklist. 

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West Kessler Heights Austin Stone Home | CandysDirt.com

There seems to be a new trend in real estate photography, and that’s shooting a property more like an interior design magazine. It creates a romantic, beautiful view of a home, with lots of close-ups of the pretty staging details.

Our Thursday Three Hundred is the recipient of this style of photography, and the results are lovely. Located at 714 N. Hampton Rd., this Austin stone traditional sits pretty on an elevated lot in North Oak Cliff’s West Kessler Heights. Built in 1941, it retains classic architectural details of the era, like original hardwoods and arched doorways, married with more modern updates, like a renovated kitchen.

Located near W. Davis Street and N. Hampton Road, this home has three bedrooms, one full bathroom, one half bathroom, and 1,765 square feet on two stories with mature landscaping and charmed curb appeal (seriously, look at that house! Don’t you want to see more?). Let’s get started.

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Dilbeck-Designed Home in L.O. Daniel | CandysDirt.com

Charles Dilbeck is one of our North Texas treasures, a regional architect who designed more than 600 houses in Dallas from 1932 to 1970. Known for creating a welcoming style and romantic feel in his houses, Dilbeck is credited for designing the first Texas ranch homes.

Our Tuesday Two Hundred is Dilbeck-designed at 515 N. Oak Cliff Blvd. It has many of the architectural details you can expect to find in one of his houses, like detailed arched doorways, a large front porch with wood paneling on the ceiling, and an oversized fireplace.

Built in 1941, this home has quaint details and exceptional craftsmanship with two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,350 square feet on one story.

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Cape Cod CottageOur Saturday Six Hundred is a Cape Cod cottage at 2030 Mayflower Drive in Stevens Park Estates that is absolutely charming.

This is one of the most established and desirable neighborhoods in Oak Cliff with about 200 homes — most built in the 1920s and 1930s. Enormous oak and elm trees shade every street, and the neighborhood is bounded by Stevens Park Golf Course. It’s peaceful and quiet, and it’s hard to believe you can be in the center of downtown Dallas in mere minutes. It also boasts some unique features. For instance, when the development was conceived in 1926, play parks were designed at the end of each block so children could play safely. That same thoughtfulness continues today with a dedicated neighborhood association that hosts gatherings throughout the year.

This is a terrific place to live and Melissa O’Brien with the Bleeker O’Brien Group at Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate has the perfect home for you.

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