Oak Cliff

Chris Hickman Lists His Beautifully Renovated Kessler Park Spanish Eclectic

By Karen Eubank / October 8, 2020 / 5 Comments

Seldom have I seen a house so flawlessly restored and updated. Preservation Dallas thought so too. Last year they selected this Kessler Park Spanish Eclectic home as a recipient of one of their coveted Preservation Achievement Awards. This gorgeous Kessler Park Spanish Eclectic was built in 1925 for Alex A. Greer and his wife, Clara. […]

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If You’re Into Cottages, Kessler Plaza Is Where It’s At

By Nikki Barringer / September 1, 2020 / 0 Comments

Dave Perry-Miller’s Ann Andrews loves Kessler Plaza. So much so that she lives there. She calls it one of the best undiscovered pockets in Oak Cliff. And the perk of “undiscovered” is price points. Over in Kessler Plaza, you can still find adorable cottages at a bit of a budget-friendlier price.  The first thing Andrews […]

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Fall For This Charming Cottage Located in Oak Cliff’s Hottest Up-And-Coming Area

By Nikki Barringer / August 18, 2020 / 0 Comments

This cottage in Oak Cliff has been redone from top to bottom, and let’s talk about that top. The ceilings are covered in cedar planks that have been acid washed so someone call Bugle Boy because that look is back. If the remodelers went to that level of detail, you can guarantee there’s been some […]

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Hidden Details Make This Oak Cliff Cottage a Keeper

By Nikki Barringer / August 4, 2020 / 0 Comments

This Oak Cliff cottage isn’t just cute, it’s cool. Like bathroom-under-the-stairs-and-secret-storage-off-the-formal-living-complete-with-Scooby-Doo-style-bookcase cool.  Renovated in 2017, the current owner apparently lives in bubble wrap because it still looks brand new.  It’s updated from top to bottom with a large, modern kitchen, two renovated bathrooms, and that top secret, super fun half bath under the stairs. (Listing […]

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Will the Tenth Street Grant Save the Neighborhood?

By Karen Eubank / July 23, 2020 / 4 Comments

David Preziosi, the Executive Director of Preservation Dallas sent me an email last week about Tenth Street. It filled my heart with hope. “I received some great news this morning! It was announced that Tenth Street has been approved for an African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund Grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation. […]

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Steve Killingback Proves (Twice!) That FaceTime Tours Can Sell Houses

By Nikki Barringer / July 21, 2020 / 0 Comments

FaceTime: It’s not just for waving at babies and confusing your parents anymore. Turns out it’s actually for selling houses. Especially during COVID-19 times. Just ask Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s Steve Killingback, who’s more than just a little Michael Carrington. He’s from London, completely charming, and would no doubt learn to ride a motorcycle if the […]

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