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Popularized in the 1950s, the Rambling Ranch is Hip Again

By Karen Eubank / April 4, 2019 / 0 Comments

When you think about the residential architectural styles that define America, the rambling Ranch is one that immediately comes to mind. It’s the definitive 1950s home that many of us grew up in, so it’s not surprising a new generation is gravitating towards these traditional homes as they begin their families. In other words, the […]

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Celebrate Historic Oak Cliff Living with this Winnetka Heights Craftsman Bungalow

By Leah Shafer / October 19, 2017 / 1 Comment
Celebrate Historic Oak Cliff Living with this Winnetka Heights Craftsman Bungalow | CandysDirt.com

If you come across the residential handiwork of award-winning preservation contractor Ron Siebler, take note! This talented craftsman has long history of the highest quality restorations of historic homes in North Texas.  It shows in our Thursday Three Hundred at 315 S. Windomere Ave., a 1913 Winnetka Heights Craftsman bungalow with recent renovations by Siebler and huge overall appeal.  […]

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Pill Hill’s Dr. Harper Would Approve of Updates to This Midcentury on Monssen

By Joanna England / August 9, 2017 / 3 Comments

Wynnewood North, an Oak Cliff neighborhood originally developed by Angus Wynne Jr., was once a magnet for doctors. That’s how it became known as “Pill Hill” in the 1950s and 1960s. In fact, many of the doctors that called Wynnewood home actually worked with Wynne — the developer who would build Wynnewood Village and Six […]

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