Park Cities Historic Preservation Society

Park Cities Historic Preservation Society Home Tour Features 1928 Tudor

By Deb R. Brimer / April 1, 2019 / 0 Comments

Jack and Kate LaGere found exactly what they wanted when they least expected it. The couple wasn’t intentionally house hunting when they drove by 3524 Saint Johns Drive and spotted the For Sale sign. But after several subsequent walk-throughs and exploring every nook and cranny, the LaGeres knew the 1928 Tudor was a perfect fit […]

Read More

Highland Park Colonial Revival With a Surprise at the Top

By Karen Eubank / February 19, 2018 / 0 Comments

When I think of a Highland Park Colonial Revival home, the words that come to mind are traditional, stately, classic, and gracious. The Colonial Revival has been and continues to be the most popular style in America. You’ll see it reimagined and reinvented by some of the best architects and builders in the country because […]

Read More

Win Tickets to the Park Cities Historic Preservation Society Home Tour on April 1

By Heather Hunter / March 27, 2017 / 10 Comments

Ready to flex your mental muscle and win a pair of tickets to this weekend’s fabulous home tour? Just answer this trivia question and they’re yours. Question: Who were the architects for Highland Park Village? The first two correct answers in the comments section will each receive a pair of tickets, courtesy of the Park […]

Read More

Park Cities Historic Preservation Society Hosts Two Must-Attend Events

By Heather Hunter / March 24, 2017 / 0 Comments

The Park Cities Historic Preservation Society is busy, busy, busy this spring and we’ve got the skinny on two events you won’t want to miss. They’re coming up quickly, so get out your calendars! 6th Annual Distinguished Speaker Luncheon On March 29, James Farmer (pictured above), editor-at-large for Southern Living magazine, will speak at a […]

Read More

Seats Still Available for May 19 Park Cities Historic Preservation Society Luncheon Featuring Katherine Seale

By Joanna England / May 17, 2016 / 0 Comments
Katherine Seale

One of Dallas’ great advocates for historic preservation is slated to speak at the fifth annual Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society(PCHPS) Distinguished Speaker Luncheon on Thursday, May 19. Katherine Seale, an architectural historian and preservationist in Dallas who was executive director of Preservation Dallas from 2007 until 2011, currently serves as Mayor Mike Rawlings’ appointee and […]

Read More