Preservation Dallas

Dallas Open Houses For The Pickiest Buyers

By Amy Puchaty / July 9, 2020 / 0 Comments

So many homes, so little time! Our Dallas Open Houses of the Week are here to make your search that much easier. Each week, we find the best open houses and narrow them down to a select few for your consideration. This week, we put the spotlight on a Deep Ellum gem, a house on Hockaday, and […]

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The Mayor’s House Gets a New Life

By Karen Eubank / May 7, 2020 / 2 Comments

Our series on the Preservation Dallas 2020 Preservation Achievement Awards continues this week with a 1910 American Four-Square home at 635 N. Zang Boulevard in Oak Cliff. It has been dubbed The Mayor’s House, and sometime this summer will open as a restaurant. The name of the home stems from the fact that Dallas Mayor […]

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Lakewood Theater Wins Big Again In Preservation Achievement Awards

By Karen Eubank / April 9, 2020 / 1 Comment

The winners of the 2020 Preservation Achievement Awards from Preservation Dallas were announced recently, and there’s one especially important recipient — the Lakewood Theater. These awards are significant because they highlight contributions not only to residential and commercial projects but also to individuals and organizations. Seventeen projects received awards this year. I’m going to highlight […]

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Shelter in Place Like A Cool Cat in This Palm Springs Midcentury Modern

By Karen Eubank / April 3, 2020 / 9 Comments

Well fly me to the moon, because this Palm Springs Midcentury Modern is out of this world! Seldom do you find a home built in 1960 that has been so beautifully preserved. This one is a Hollywood set designer’s dream. A True Palm Springs Vibe Palm Springs became the getaway for the Hollywood elite decades […]

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See How The Lobello House Rose From The Ashes on Saturday

By Karen Eubank / March 4, 2020 / 0 Comments

We are pretty fond of architect Charles Dilbeck here at CandysDirt.com. We’ve written countless stories about his designs and can even tell you how to spot one if you don’t have the documentation! One of the most distinctive homes he designed was for Sam Lobello Jr. and his wife Margaret, in 1962. So distinctive, it […]

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Dilbeck-Designed Lobello House Open For Tours March 7

By April Towery / February 24, 2020 / 0 Comments

A well-known Dallas real estate gem will be open for tours next month, one in four of American mortgage holders don’t know what their rate is, and accessibility for those with physical disabilities goes without much consideration in the local housing market, all in this week’s roundup of real estate news. Dilbeck-designed Lobello House Open […]

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