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East Dallas Ranch Offers Move-in Ready Interiors For Budget-Friendly Price

By Joanna England / April 25, 2019 / 0 Comments

It’s hard for me to believe how increasingly popular Far East Dallas has become. When my husband and I bought our home in Casa View back in 2007, the area was mostly rentals and a few families scattered here and there, with a lot of homes falling behind on repairs due to elderly neighbors. In […]

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Parker Road Estate Offers Country Living in The Big City

By Joshua Baethge / March 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

If you picture a 6,000-square-foot home on a sprawling ranch with a barn and chicken coop to boot, you probably aren’t thinking Plano. However, the recently updated home at 3745 Morton Vale Road is exactly that — an immense, rustic retreat in the middle of one of North Texas’s fastest growing areas. The gated 12-acre […]

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Forest Oaks Midcentury With Pool is a Dream For Young Families

By Joanna England / May 31, 2018 / 2 Comments

Situated between Ferguson Road and Creekwood Drive and bounded on the southwest by St. Francis, Forest Oaks is an less-than-memorable enclave of midcentury ranches and two-story homes set into a modest hillside. It could be easily forgettable to most people, as it’s not as big as nearby Claremont and not as flashy as Forest Hills, […]

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A Split Level in Kessler Park With a Split Personality

By Joanna England / August 30, 2017 / 0 Comments

  When some people hear the words “family home” when describing a house, they automatically expect a beige yawn-fest with builder-grade carpet and a bonus room that will eventually be lousy with toys and a minefield of mismatched Legos. And truth be told, not every family wants to live in a house that feels boring, […]

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Pill Hill’s Dr. Harper Would Approve of Updates to This Midcentury on Monssen

By Joanna England / August 9, 2017 / 3 Comments

Wynnewood North, an Oak Cliff neighborhood originally developed by Angus Wynne Jr., was once a magnet for doctors. That’s how it became known as “Pill Hill” in the 1950s and 1960s. In fact, many of the doctors that called Wynnewood home actually worked with Wynne — the developer who would build Wynnewood Village and Six […]

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East Kessler Ranch Features Hand-Picked Updates, Beautiful Original Features

By Joanna England / April 12, 2017 / 0 Comments

  “If they could pick this house up and move it to a bigger lot, they would,” says 1618 Eastus Drive listing agent Courtney Tauriac. It was a passion project for them, and everything within this midcentury ranch was hand picked. So it’s with a tinge of sadness and a whole lot of admiration that […]

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