If there was ever a deal, this is it. When I asked Dallas City Center Director Kevin Caskey about this house, he told me that there was already tons of interest in it. That was three days ago, and this home hasn’t been on MLS for more than a day! Truly, homes in the $300K […]Read More
Richardson is one of the inner suburbs of Dallas and offers a lot of opportunities in its 28 square miles. Many of DFW’s telecommunications/networking companies have settled there along the Telecom Corridor, including AT&T, Cisco Systems, Ericsson, Fujitsu, Texas Instruments, Samsung, and Verizon. With a population just over 101,000, the city was named the “fifth […]Read More
Let’s just clarify for clarity’s sake: Dallas home prices are breaking records, y’all, and if you want a great home inside the loop, you’re going to pay for it. There was quite a debate in the comments of our Tuesday Two Hundred, a super-cute Craftsman home in Sunset Hill that is priced at $239,000. Some […]Read More
Preservation Dallas has done it again. Listen up, all of you Mid-Century Modernophiles: Cliff May’s award-winning 1948 Pace Setter House design is on display tomorrow.
May, who was a bastion of modern design, sketched up this Greenway Parks abode that was custom built and owned by all of one person, which is almost as amazing as the home itself.Read More
Update 11:54 pm: I’m told the building was completely sold out to a developer who revamped it in 2005. No active foreclosures now, but like life anywhere, you can never say never. This unit at the historic Santa Fe Terminal Building #2 , also known as “SoCo Urban Lofts” at 1122 Jackson #1006, is being billed as the most unique loft […]Read More