Stevens Park Estates

Historic Stevens Park Tudor Mansion of Two Landscape Architects is Finally for Sale!

By Karen Eubank / January 17, 2020 / 3 Comments

There is not much that I love more than an updated historic home. This 1928 Stevens Park Tudor mansion is not only picture-perfect, but timeless updates have also been made that ensure it functions beautifully for a family today. This is the sort of home that makes you stop the car and stare. Those half-timber […]

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A Stevens Park Estates Cottage With Charm For Miles

By Joanna England / September 12, 2019 / 0 Comments

While there have been a few newer builds in Stevens Park Estates, we’re thrilled that so many of its original cottages remain. And this listing from Dave Perry-Miller’s Ged Dipprey is a fantastic example of the charm and beauty of this North Oak Cliff neighborhood. It’s no wonder why we’re calling this carefully updated Stevens […]

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Stevens Park Estates: A Master-Planned Historic Neighborhood

By Deb R. Brimer / March 20, 2019 / 0 Comments

  Stevens Park Estates has it all – old majestic homes, architectural diversity, a premier golf course, and breathtaking scenic views – wrapped in rich North Oak Cliff history and Stevens family lore. In 1851, Dr. John H. Stevens – one of the first physicians in Dallas – purchased 168 acres on the courtyard steps […]

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Splurge vs. Steal: Ghoulishly Good Finds In North Oak Cliff

By Amy Puchaty / October 29, 2018 / 0 Comments

Whether you’re looking for a luxurious retreat in the Kessler Reserve, or a charming historic in Stevens Park Estates, we have the home for you! This week’s Splurge vs. Steal takes us to the charming streets of North Oak Cliff – one of Dallas’ most sought-after neighborhoods in part due to its recent revival and […]

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Oak Cliff Cape Cod Cottage is Simply Charming

By Karen Eubank / August 20, 2016 / 0 Comments
Cape Cod Cottage

Our Saturday Six Hundred is a Cape Cod cottage at 2030 Mayflower Drive in Stevens Park Estates that is absolutely charming. This is one of the most established and desirable neighborhoods in Oak Cliff with about 200 homes — most built in the 1920s and 1930s. Enormous oak and elm trees shade every street, and the […]

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Preservationist is on a Mission to Revive Vintage Style in Stevens Park Village

By Joanna England / August 25, 2015 / 0 Comments

On the other side of Fort Worth Avenue, just off of W. Colorado Blvd. is a quiet enclave of 176 homes called Stevens Park Village. The North Oak Cliff neighborhood, first developed by Annie Stevens between 1939 and 1941, feels homey and quaint, full of Austin stone Prairie-style cottages — even a few Dilbecks! – […]

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