Tudor

This Terribly Cute Tudor Is The Cure-All We Need Right Now

By Amy Puchaty / March 27, 2020 / 1 Comment

Tudor anyone? This one is up for grabs in Greenland Hills for $599,000. Yes, that’s right. This M Streets Tudor is a Friday Five Hundred you can’t afford to miss. Sure, its interiors are bold. Its kitchen is a bit sassy. But it has great bones! And a massive fenced backyard, and loads of character. […]

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This 1920s Stevens Park Tudor Is Indeed High Caliber

By Shelby Skrhak / February 14, 2020 / 1 Comment

This week’s sponsored home by Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans simply checks all the boxes. High Caliber home. Architecturally significant home. Top-notch historical preservation home. And what we’d call an “O” home. Built in 1928, 1805 Mayflower is set on a majestic lot with extremely wide front footage, something of a rarity, according to […]

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A Cherished Stately Tudor in Hollywood Heights

By Karen Eubank / December 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

On a leafy corner lot in Hollywood Heights stands one of the most venerable and stately Tudor homes in the neighborhood. I’ve walked or driven by it weekly for years and I always stop and marvel at the craftsmanship. It’s a perfect example of why we should all cherish historic homes. The magnificent two-story, 2,420-square-foot […]

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Two M Streets Tudors Show Off The Magic Of Morningside

By Amy Puchaty / November 4, 2019 / 0 Comments

Mornings seem just a little bit brighter in the M Streets. And on the tree-lined block of Morningside Avenue rests two Greenland Hills Tudors that are bold, beautiful, and unabashedly designed. Each offers tons of character and charm but with price points that are miles apart. Which would you choose, the Remodeled Splurge Or The […]

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Two Dallas Tudors Take Center Stage In Our Latest Splurge Vs. Steal

By Amy Puchaty / October 21, 2019 / 0 Comments

It’s Tudor time! You know it’s a great day in real estate when two Dallas Tudors are up for grabs and both are under $600,000. And these Tudors have a lot to love. Both offer historic charm but with plenty of updates so they are livable for modern-day. Which would you choose, the Ellsworth Avenue […]

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Couple Uncovers Motherlode of History in Park Cities Tudor

By Deb R. Brimer / June 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

History ran deep in Jack and Kate LaGere’s 1928 Park Cities Tudor. For Kate, an art history major, the home’s past ran even deeper. Though the couple wasn’t purposely house hunting when they spotted the “For Sale” sign in the yard, they had discussed purchasing a historic home and knew exactly what they wanted. Aside […]

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