Turtle Creek

Turtle Creek, Lakewood Home Tours Adapt With Virtual, Street-View Options

By Joanna England / October 9, 2020 / 0 Comments

When COVID-19 hit North Texas, it effectively put the kibosh on spring home tours, and there hasn’t been a single home tour since. However, two organizations have forged ahead with tours, albeit with different formats. For instance, on Saturday, Oct. 10, the Turtle Creek Association will host its 2020 Tour of Homes entirely online. The […]

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Picture-Perfect Christopher Place Townhome is Truly Magical

By Karen Eubank / August 7, 2020 / 0 Comments

There are some lovely, intimate, private neighborhoods in Dallas. Christopher Place is one of them. Oh, you haven’t heard of it? That’s why people move here! This gated enclave has only 25 townhomes. The entrance to Christopher Place slopes down a long, tree-lined, private drive to Turtle Creek. It was described by the developers in […]

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More Inventory, More Opportunity in Dallas High-Rises

By Jon Anderson / August 3, 2020 / 1 Comment

We’ve all been glued to stories detailing how the real estate market has avoided doom and roared back to life as quickly as dentists (one needs open houses, the other open mouths). But all the reports of low inventory surround the single-family home market. I’ve yet to see a report that talks about the multi-family […]

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Timeless In Turtle Creek North And Giving Us All The Glamour

By Amy Puchaty / July 17, 2020 / 0 Comments

Every angle of this Turtle Creek North condo is worthy of your attention. And you won’t believe the price! This phenomenal one-bedroom, two-bathroom looker is a Friday Four Hundred to remember. That’s right, Friday Four Hundred – as in the list price is currently $439,000!  According to the listing, it is “Architectural Digest worthy” and we couldn’t […]

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Penthouse Plunge: Going, Going … Almost GONE

By Jon Anderson / July 13, 2020 / 10 Comments

Over the long July Fourth weekend, I received two offers on my Penthouse Plunge at the Claridge. One offer was quite low citing the prospective buyers’ uncertainty in the high-rise market in the face of COVID-19. The other was a much higher cash offer that wanted some customizations. Even after the low-baller increased their offer, […]

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This Custom-Built Beauty in University Park Takes You on a Trip Across the Pond

By Candy Evans / July 2, 2020 / 1 Comment

First impressions make an impact, and this home with English elegance dazzles from the start. Custom built, it was designed by architect Richard Drummond Davis and took two years to complete. No detail was overlooked. The result is a home that is almost like a piece of art with gorgeous high ceilings, rich materials, and […]

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