Split level

Good Thing Split-Level Homes Are Becoming Popular Again Because This One’s FAB

By Shelby Skrhak / October 30, 2019 / 0 Comments

In the 60s, split-level homes were all the rage. Like a ranch style, but stacked. Today’s buyers are harkening back to this style that’s been called “the minivans of the architectural world” and digging the unique midcentury vibe of split-levels that offer some needed separation that open floor plans lack. This week’s High Caliber Home […]

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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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Wynnewood North is Hot, and We’ve Found the Perfect Mid-century Modern

By Karen Eubank / June 17, 2016 / 1 Comment

The secret is out — Wynnewood North is hot.  Located just south of the Bishop Arts District, and only three miles to downtown, it’s one of the larger neighborhoods of Oak Cliff. In 2012, the Dallas Observer named Wynnewood North the Best Neighborhood in Dallas, and it just keeps getting better. Wynnewood, you may have guessed, […]

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Friday Four Hundred: Renovated Split-Level in Lochwood Has Mounds of Midcentury Charm

By Joanna England / July 3, 2015 / 0 Comments

This home just went on the market Thursday, and as of Friday morning I have received five messages and emails about this home. Something tells me that this cute Lochwood mid-century modern won’t be on the market for too long! Everything in this 1961 split-level has been remodeled or replaced, according to listing agent Meg […]

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