Midcentury ranch

We’re Calling it Little Blue Boy, But You Can Call It Home

By Nikki Barringer / June 2, 2020 / 0 Comments

Check out this Little Blue Boy over in East Dallas. Major duh alert, as if the blue-painted brick didn’t tip you off, this house isn’t cookie cutter.  But it’s not wackadoodle either, and according to listing agent Robert Blackman, it was “extensively remodeled a little over a year ago.” The flooring throughout is a mix […]

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Updated Midcentury With a Pool For Less Than $400K? Only in Richardson

By Nikki Barringer / April 21, 2020 / 0 Comments

If ever there were a reasonably priced house in a super cute neighborhood that was worth putting pants and a mask on to go see, this is it. It’s a Midcentury Modern, or MCM or “yay, love those lines.” And we’re not talking about the ones wrapping around the building at Central Market, though both […]

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Mature Trees and West Side Location Define Ridglea Midcentury Gem

By Joanna England / June 28, 2019 / 0 Comments
Calmont Avenue

An enclave of Fort Worth known for its safety and friendliness, Ridgelea Hills has become more and more attractive to buyers looking for mature trees and stellar family homes. This sweet midcentury ranch is the perfect intersection of these two desires, as the home not only retains much of its traditional ranch charm, but has […]

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Fox & Jacobs Midcentury Ranch Up for Grabs — For Less than $275K

By Bethany Erickson / June 25, 2019 / 0 Comments
Fox & Jacobs

We’ve written about Forest Highlands before — the small clutch of Fox & Jacobs homes bordered by Forest Lane, Marsh Lane, and Webb Chapel Road, where some of the more affordable (for the square footage) homes in North Dallas exist. The neighborhood full of Midcentury Ranches has been home to Dallas families since the late 1950s. Built […]

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Move-In Ready Midcentury Ranch Close to Magnet School

By Bethany Erickson / June 22, 2019 / 1 Comment

Dallas ISD magnet schools don’t usually have open seats — the rare exception is when they are in their first couple of years, maybe. So when we found out that three magnets still have spots open, we decided to take a look at the kind of inventory you can find. We’ve written about Roger Q. Mills […]

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Updated Midcentury Ranch in Lake Park Estates Makes The Most of The Lot

By Joanna England / May 22, 2019 / 0 Comments

Lake Park Estates is such a cool neighborhood, which is why I’m not really shocked to see how much asking prices have skyrocketed in the past few years. This increasingly desirable White Rock Lake enclave offers pretty much everything people move to East Dallas for, notes David Griffin & Company Realtor Lori Ericsson.  That’s why […]

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