Walnut Hill

Thursday Three Hundred: No Walls Can Hold This Mid-Mod’s Kitchen In

By Joanna England / June 28, 2012 / 0 Comments

Just from looking at the front of 10323 Sherbrook, you wouldn’t say, “Well there’s a remodeled Midcentury Modern!” But once you step inside this Walnut Hill Manor home built in 1955, that’s exactly what you’ll be thinking.

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Viva Two Buck Chuck! Trader Joe’s Coming to Walnut Hill and Central: I THINK I Told You So…

By Candy Evans / May 21, 2012 / 0 Comments

I am just so darn giddy with excitement, I had to go search and see if I really did tell you this, and I DID!!!, last November when Central Market was under construction at Preston Royal. I had heard from a reliable source that Trader Joe’s was going to plant its second or third Dallas store […]

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Big is Apparently Very Back: Re-Visiting The Stephenson Compound on Walnut Hill Lane

By Candy Evans / May 16, 2012 / 0 Comments

Champ d’Or is sold and Richard Malouf is getting 30,000-plus square feet, so mega square footage must be back in style. More proof that big is back when it comes to the uber rich building homes in Dallas real estate. And if you cannot find a lot big enough for your dream mansion, you just buy several and tear down whatever the hec is on them. Voila, dream compound!Readers have been emailing me, asking me who is building what appears to be a compound of homes on Walnut Hill Lane, Old Preston Hollow, south side between Hollow Way and Meadowbrook.

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Big Is Back, II: If You Can’t Find A Big Enough Lot, Buy Three — Family Compound on Walnut Hill Lane

By Candy Evans / February 14, 2012 / 19 Comments

More proof of what I was writing earlier: big is back when it comes to the uber rich building homes in Dallas real estate. And if you cannot find a lot big enough for your dream mansion, you just buy several and tear down whatever the hec is on them. Voila, dream compound Readers have been […]

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Dallas Real Estate Question: Do Great Grocery Stores Improve Home Values?

By Candy Evans / November 15, 2011 / 0 Comments

Update:, 3:46pm: A commenter on FaceBook tells me Central Market first opened in Fort Worth, then Dallas. Wonder why? I ask because of the progress I see over at the new Central Market coming in to Preston Royal. Clearly, having Whole Foods at Preston Forest has made our lives in this neighborhood eons better. Now Trader […]

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