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Funky Little Forest Hills Cottage Shows Artistic Vision for House, Outdoor Spaces

By Leah Shafer / August 11, 2015 / 0 Comments

Little Forest Hills real estate is a study in whimsy and character, with some of the most eclectic architecture in Dallas among its 1,000 or so houses. Case-in-point: Today’s Tuesday Two Hundred at 8907 San Leandro Dr., near Garland Road and Lakeland Drive. This Little Forest Hills cottage is fanciful and fun, from the bright exterior colors and […]

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Thursday Three Hundred: Stephan Sardone Selling Stunning L-Streets Reno

By Leah Shafer / May 28, 2015 / 1 Comment

Parting is such sweet sorrow. At least it is for us at CandysDirt when one of our favorite homebuilders puts his sensational reno on the market. Stephan Sardone, owner of Sardone Construction, took the L-Streets house at 10229 Linkwood Dr. in Lake Highlands to the studs and reimagined the space entirely. What emerged is extraordinary—we’ve written about […]

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Adorable Lakewood Cottage Has Charm to Spare, Guest Quarters in Back

By Leah Shafer / April 9, 2015 / 1 Comment

The M-Streets in Lakewood is a highly coveted neighborhood, with charming architecture, tree-lined streets, and a fantastic close-to-everything location. Today’s Thursday Three Hundred at 6335 Malcolm Dr. is everything you’d hope for in an M-Streets house, with darling curb appeal, a cozy interior with hardwoods, and a right-sized backyard with a deck. This 1940s traditional is […]

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Thursday Three Hundred: Lakewood Midcentury Reno Hits All the High Notes

By Leah Shafer / December 11, 2014 / 0 Comments

The theme of today’s Thursday Three Hundred is “gorgeous wood,” both because of the numerous large trees on this house’s lot and the inviting handscraped wood floors throughout the interior of this Lakewood midcentury. Located at 6715 Patrick Drive, near Mockingbird Lane and Abrams Road, this property was reduced this morning to $317,000. Listed by Franceanna Campagna at […]

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Clean Lines, New Construction, Close In, What Am I Smoking? Classic Urban Homes

By Candy Evans / November 1, 2011 / 0 Comments

This post is for our friend ML, who wrote asking why in the bezonkers you cannot find a decent, clean-lined home in Dallas around $500,000 that doesn’t send you to the vomitorium with a stomach full of turrets, medallions and hand-troweled Old Worldliness. Yeah, remember they also had syphilis is the Old World! I present a home by […]

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