Swiss Ave

Neighborhood Spotlight: Old East Dallas Has History and Charm

By Cherry Kelln / March 14, 2017 / 0 Comments

Even being a long-time Dallas resident, you might not be familiar with the official lines of Old East Dallas, unless perhaps looking at homes in the area. Looking at the neighborhood’s past is like a fascinating history lesson! Four adjacent, amazing historic neighborhoods are all part of Old East Dallas:  Swiss Avenue Historic District, Peak’s Suburban Addition, Munger […]

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Wishlist Wednesday: A Home Fit for a Mayor and a Hall of Famer

By Amy Curry / August 1, 2012 / 0 Comments

Speaking of mayors, former mayor Woodall Rodgers’ home at 5750 Swiss Ave is on the market, and this place has some serious history. It’s in need of some restoration, but with a little TLC, you can own a piece of Dallas history for under a million bucks.

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Swiss Ave Homes Took a Serious Beating in Yesterday’s Hail Storm

By Amy Curry / June 14, 2012 / 0 Comments

After the news reports of the damage in Lakewood last night, I just had to see it for myself. Lakewood-area streets are littered with tree limbs and leaves and lined with cleanup crews and repairmen. The teams that weren’t already at work were circling the streets like hawks, but from the looks of the area, there will be plenty of work to go around.

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What Would Make Swiss Avenue Even More Upscale? How About Another Gateway

By Joanna England / April 17, 2012 / 0 Comments

Oprah: “YOU GET A GATEWAY! AND YOU GET A GATEWAY! EVERYBODY GETS A GATEWAY!!!!”

OK, maybe it’s not like that, but Swiss Avenue sure is getting a lot of new signage. According to David Myre of swissavenue.com, folks are building two additional gateways to the popular neighborhood, one at the north end and one in the center.

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Swiss Avenue Now a Popular Vacation Destination? Dallas Real Estate Rental News

By Candy Evans / September 22, 2011 / 0 Comments

I told you vacation homeowers are raking it in. Well, now it seems regular homeowners are not doing too shabby, either. One of my alert readers alerted me to this interesting vacation home posting on HomeAway.com: a red-brick Swiss Avenue mansion. It leases for $2,000 to $3,000 per night, or $18,000 a week. (Wowzers!) Five […]

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