Peavy Road

815 Peavy Shows Like a Star

By Nikki Barringer / June 14, 2019 / 1 Comment

The Roman brick ranch at 815 Peavy Road is adorable. It’s a three-bedroom, two-bath home in Old Lake Highlands, feeds into Hexter Elementary, and is White Rock walkable. It also has a long, gated driveway and 10-foot privacy fence. It’s Pleasantville perfect and now is the perfect time to snatch it up – it is […]

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Here’s a Mid-Century Gem in the Shadow of White Rock Lake

By Shelby Skrhak / January 31, 2019 / 0 Comments

Those windows. Those beautiful, enormous windows that give you a glimpse inside this mid-century gem and look out to this beautiful Old Lake Highlands neighborhood of 50s- and 60s-built homes. For this week’s Thursday Three Hundred, we check out this move-in ready mid-century home at 936 Peavy Road in the shadow of White Rock Lake at E. […]

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Cat Litter? Brick Walls? What Is This Agent Thinking?

By Candy Evans / May 19, 2016 / 6 Comments

Okay, here we go again: photos from the Real Estate Crypt. Here is another moderately priced home, $325,00. And here is not just another amateur photography job BUT! we have glowing cameos of the cat litter box that shouts THIS HOUSE WILL PROBABLY SMELL OF CAT PEE! We have a close up of the mail […]

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It’s My Mansion: Cute Midcentury Traditional Ranch Has Vintage Touches

By Joanna England / June 9, 2014 / 1 Comment

I was telling my husband about this house at 9930 Cloister last week. We drive by it every single day because it’s at the corner of Cloister and Peavy, a street well-trafficked by anyone who lives on our side of White Rock Lake. This home is rare bird because while some important updates have been done, the […]

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As PV14 Nears Completion, Thoughts Turn To Preserving Views of White Rock Lake

By Joanna England / May 20, 2014 / 5 Comments

If there’s one thing that the discussion regarding the proposed restaurant at Boy Scout Hill has done it is galvanize a movement to preserve White Rock Lake. I suppose, depending on your viewpoint, this could be both positive and negative, as preservation often means ex-nay on any kind of development (or even re-development, for that […]

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