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Which Northern Dallas Suburbs Are Still Diamonds in The Rough?

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / August 24, 2020 / 0 Comments

By Daniel Hightower SmithContributor The coronavirus pandemic has set in motion a work-from-home experiment on a large scale, liberating urban dwellers to consider farther-flung suburbs for a home base. Being close to inner-city downtowns is not as meaningful as it once was, leaving some considering which northern suburbs of Dallas have the most value for […]

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Let There Be Light Like These 3 Fabulous Homes

By Shelby Skrhak / June 14, 2020 / 0 Comments

Address: 921 Evergreen Drive in Prosper 6 bedrooms, 6 baths4,768 square feet$935,000 The fixtures in this house! Starting with the dining room, this pair of small cylinder chandeliers have a beautiful diffusing effect that adds contemporary drama and filtered light to the space. Then head into the kitchen and find this pair of pendant lights […]

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This Ivy League Home Can Be Yours For A Community College Price

By April Towery / April 1, 2020 / 0 Comments

Princeton, Texas, is a forgotten gem between McKinney and Greenville. It offers great homes, lots of land, a stellar school system, and low cost of living.  Case in point: A five-bedroom rental at 1979 Mercer Lane is now leasing for just $2,450 per month. Times have certainly changed in recent weeks as the number of […]

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Princeton Is Home to Competition Ski Lake Homes, A Tiny House, and Country Living

By Shelby Skrhak / June 16, 2019 / 1 Comment

You gotta love the variety. Something I love about writing Suburb Sunday every week is finding hidden gems throughout the Metroplex and learning something new. For example, I’ve learned the Mesquite’s Big Town Mall was the first air-conditioned mall in the country. Grand Prairie was a booming aviation community during World War II. Last week […]

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Wednesday WTF: No Thanks, We’re Totally Stuffed

By Bethany Erickson / October 25, 2017 / 3 Comments
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Just looked at this stately manse. It’s what I like to call “grand from the curb.” It is also, much like a Twinkie wrapped in kale, something that looks great for you but is stuffed with WTF on the inside.

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Monday Morning Millionaire: A Different Kind of White House, Fit for ANY President. Dallas Real Estate News

By Candy Evans / February 20, 2012 / 2 Comments

I figure that once you leave the White House, you might be a little weary of pomp, circumstance and overdosing on traditional. Laura Bush is said to vastly prefer clean lines in her home decor, I guess that’s what all that Williamsburg cherry ball and claw does to you after eight years! So why not […]

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