Midcentury Modern Architecture

Evergreen Hills Midcentury Modern Is An Oak Cliff Love Story

By Heather Hunter / October 2, 2019 / 2 Comments

Long before the Midcentury Modern and Oak Cliff were having their big moments, homeowners Enrique Montenegro and Michelle Reyna chose their home on Evergreen Hills for the most practical of reasons: it checked the right box. Dr. Reyna needed to be near Methodist hospital for her work and Oak Cliff was an easy commute. The […]

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No Place Like Home? Delicious Deja Vu on Monticello’s Dorothy Lane

By Eric Prokesh / May 17, 2019 / 1 Comment
Dorothy Lane

Since I am taking a much needed break in New York, why not write about a Fort Worth listing worthy of the New York Times real estate pages? Well-located, well-priced, and well-appointed 3401 Dorothy Lane has it all. Located across Monticello Park off of White Settlement Road (not to worry, as it’s quiet as a […]

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Richardson Midcentury on 3/4-Acre Lot Offers Luxury Amenities, Retro Details

By Candy Evans / January 16, 2017 / 0 Comments

Richardson Heights is one of the hottest neighborhoods in DFW. It’s located just outside the LBJ loop, has great schools, and the houses are full of character. I’ve found a just-listed Richardson midcentury modern ranch that is simply stunning! Located at 302 W. Shore Dr. near W. Belt Line Road and N. Waterview Drive, this beauty […]

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Is This Midcentury Home Impressing Buyers to the Point They’re Afraid to Buy It?

By Leah Shafer / September 28, 2016 / 5 Comments

Earlier this month, we wrote about a spectacular midcentury modern home in Dallas’ Disney Streets. It got unbelievable interest from all of you and was shared thousands of times on social media. We aren’t the only ones taking notice. After our publication of Disney Streets Midcentury Will Have You Singing Sinatra, Polishing Martini Glasses, the story […]

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Disney Streets Midcentury Will Have You Singing Sinatra, Polishing Martini Glasses

By Leah Shafer / September 7, 2016 / 9 Comments

Carlos Cardoza is a man who makes things his own. Take, for example, his 1960 Cadillac convertible. When he bought it 12 years ago, it was boring beige. “I don’t do beige,” said the graphic designer, laughing. “I thought, ‘this is the perfect car that needs to be pink.’” It’s parked in front of another, […]

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Iconic Midcentury Modern Mayrath House Faces Tragic Teardown, Priced at Lot Value

By Leah Shafer / February 26, 2016 / 45 Comments

For all of its progress toward becoming a world-class city, Dallas still has a lot to learn about the value of historic architecture. We are tear-down happy. The list of demolished Dallas buildings with significant historic and architectural value would go on for pages. But here are a few recent examples: The 95-year-old red brick traditional […]

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