Northlake

3 Suburban Homes Where Black Cabinets Are the New White

By Shelby Skrhak / April 5, 2020 / 1 Comment

Some people see a red door and they want it painted black. Others see an all-white kitchen and want those kitchen cabinets painted black. This glam alternate to white cabinetry and countertops can be as individual as you are. With apologies to the Stones, we found three great homes with the emerging trend of black […]

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Pecan Square by Hillwood Has a Unique Flavor That Brings Together This Northlake Community

By Shelby Skrhak / March 5, 2020 / 3 Comments

Hillwood Communities’ new Pecan Square community has a spirit animal – a ’53 Chevy pickup that serves as a traveling ambassador, making appearances at community events. They explain it’s a “reminder of how good things just get better over time.” It’s a perfect example of the authenticity and connection that homeowners seek nowadays. They’ll find […]

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Head North to Northlake For New Construction With A Startling Price Tag

By Nikki Barringer / December 5, 2019 / 0 Comments

Up north and west, located off Interstate 35W and Highway 114 there’s a blossoming town called Northlake. They’ve been incorporated since 1960, but they’re just now getting around to proving it. Back then it was not much more than a few ranches. Now – even though when you Google Map Northlake you, an O’Reilly Auto Parts […]

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There Are Nice Homes and a Nice Life in Relatively New Northlake

By Shelby Skrhak / June 2, 2019 / 0 Comments

In a Metroplex with cities such as Southlake and Westlake, doesn’t it make sense to have Northlake? But as north Texas cities go, this Denton County town along I-35W is relatively new. It was incorporated in 1960, but by 1970, Northlake still only had 20 residents. The building of Alliance Airport a few miles to the […]

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