Virginia Cook Realtors

Dallas City Center Realtors Buys Virginia Cook’s Sherman Office

By Candy Evans / April 12, 2019 / 0 Comments

We were the first to tell you of the sad demise of Virginia Cook Realtors. And though “others” reporting this story have said that Virginia Cook Realtors shut down all offices, that is not the truth. The Sherman office of Virginia Cook Realtors has been acquired by Dallas City Center Realtors. Paragon Realtors debuted in […]

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Grapevine Shines with Mix of Contemporary, Ranch Style, and Victorian Homes

By Shelby Skrhak / January 27, 2019 / 0 Comments

Grapevine is a fascinating suburb with real estate ranging from historic homes to brand new construction to luxury lake living. Here are three vastly different styled homes in Grapevine for this week’s Suburb Sunday: A soft contemporary, a mid-century ranch style, and a Victorian home. A Perfect Combo of Style and Location Address: 3001 Old […]

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Splurge vs. Steal: Two Ridgewood Park Beauties Worth A Look

By Amy Puchaty / January 7, 2019 / 0 Comments

East Dallas has lots to offer, and that includes the neighborhood of Ridgewood Park. Bound by Abrams Road to the west, Lovers Lane to the north, Fisher Road to the east, and the Ridgewood Trail to the south, this small enclave packs a mighty punch, offering quick access to White Rock Lake and major Dallas […]

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That Seventies House on Bellaire Park Court

By Eric Prokesh / December 8, 2018 / 1 Comment
Bellaire Park Court

According to Laver’s Law, 3509 Bellaire Park Court, lies somewhere between amusing and quaint. James Laver was an esteemed and influential curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum who enunciated a timeline for the cycle of fashion, receiving a Neiman Marcus Fashion Award in 1962. Ten years ago, you might have lethargically said this house […]

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Oak Park Estates Ranch Offers Period Charm Plus Fab Updates

By Joanna England / November 28, 2018 / 0 Comments

When Warren Farmer purchased this 1958 Oak Park Estates ranch from a friend, he already had a vision in mind. The home, which had some issues hiding beneath the flooring and walls, turned out to be a project that was ripe for a full-on transformation.  “This was kind of my pet project,” Farmer said of […]

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Updated Lawndale Cutie Perched in Stevens Park Village

By Bethany Erickson / November 8, 2018 / 2 Comments

If you find an adorable Austin stone-clad home in Dallas that maintains the charm of its 1941 roots from the curb to the interior, but also embraces the open-floor plan sensibilities of modern living, there’s a good chance you are on Lawndale Drive. The rock-clad slices of city coziness that line this street have caught our […]

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