Swiss Avenue Historic District

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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Swiss Avenue Historic District Home Showcases the Best of Both Worlds

By Karen Eubank / August 6, 2016 / 0 Comments

The Swiss Avenue Historic District offers an eclectic mix of the finest residential design styles you can find anywhere in Dallas. Large, gorgeous, meticulously maintained homes grace every tree-lined street. It’s not often you discover a newer build in the area that offers all the modern amenities, but also maintains the historic look and feel […]

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Craftsman East Dallas Bungalow Delights With Historic Charms, Remodeled Interior

By Leah Shafer / July 8, 2016 / 0 Comments

The Swiss Avenue Historic District is one of Dallas’ treasures. Our Friday Five Hundred is located in its boundaries, near Skillman Street and Swiss Avenue, in the Munger Place neighborhood. The East Dallas Craftsman bungalow at 6110 Bryan Pkwy., is an absolute beauty, with looks and location. It was built in 1921 and has been […]

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Classic Swiss Avenue Prairie-Style Opens Doors For Mother’s Day Home Tour

By Joanna England / April 26, 2016 / 0 Comments

It’s practically an institution in Dallas, an event that brings together families to enjoy one of the city’s favorite neighborhoods. Of course, I’m talking about the Swiss Avenue Historic District Mother’s Day Home Tour, which is a two-day event on Mother’s Day Weekend (May 7-8) with a jazz brunch, an art fair, a free speaker […]

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National Preservation Month Focuses on Historic Dallas with Slate of Public Events

By Leah Shafer / March 30, 2016 / 0 Comments

Preservationists in Dallas have had plenty of opportunities to get outraged in the past few years as building after building of historic significance have faced the wrecking ball and lost. These treasures are gone forever, and this rash of destruction has inspired a reinvigorated, community-wide focus on preserving the older structures that make up part of Dallas’ vibrant and rich cultural […]

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It’s Home Tour Season Again! Here are 8 Can’t-Miss Spring Home Tours

By Joanna England / March 18, 2016 / 0 Comments

It’s one of my favorite times of year: Home Tour Season! Yes, spring is just brimming with great Dallas-Fort Worth home tours, and we have pulled together a helpful list of our favorites so you can get your calendar in order. From modern to historic and from  Dallas to the Park Cities to Fort Worth, there’s […]

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