Midcentury ranch

Midcentury Ranch Walking Distance to Hexter Elementary

By Bethany Erickson / April 9, 2019 / 0 Comments
Hexter

Hexter Elementary is one of those schools that is consistently asked about when people consider moving to East Dallas. With its robust parental involvement, and the fact that it is a Blue Ribbon school, there’s a lot of reasons to seek it out. And given that the homes in the area can be some of […]

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Midcentury Ranch on High Valley With Versatile Floor Plan

By Bethany Erickson / November 6, 2018 / 3 Comments
Midcentury Ranch

Tucked back behind Forest Lane, Marsh Lane, and Webb Chapel Road is an enclave of Midcentury Ranch homes, homes to families from the late 1950s to today — and they’re still some of the most affordable homes in North Dallas. Built by Fox & Jacobs, the L-shaped Accent and Flair homes of the 1960s are […]

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Updated Midcentury Ranch Corners the Market For The Perfect First Home

By Bethany Erickson / October 18, 2018 / 0 Comments
first home

When you’re a young family, you look for certain things in your first home — and first and foremost, you’re probably going to be looking for the home that can give you the most bang for your buck. It’s one of the reason we bring our readers regular features like the Tuesday Two Hundred and […]

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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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Disney Streets Midcentury Modern Has Vintage Details You Adore

By Joanna England / June 24, 2016 / 2 Comments

No, you’re not having deja vu. You have seen this Disney Streets midcentury modern before. Your first introduction may have been in 1954, when this George Halfin-designed, atomic-era house was featured in the 1954 Parade of Homes. After that, it’s been on and off the market several times, featured in D Magazine, CultureMap, and more. And just as […]

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