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White Rock Home Tour Alert: Owners Dish The Dirt On 6522 Trammel Drive

By Amy Puchaty / April 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

The White Rock Home Tour is only a couple of weeks away so we are putting the spotlight on one of our favorites, 6522 Trammel Drive! The exquisite A. Gruppo Architects-designed home was built in 2017 and offers 2,650-square-feet of sophisticated luxury living. This includes one-of-kind custom touches from a swinging TV partition to stunning […]

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Featured Realtor: Ken Lampton Knows The M Streets Better Than You

By Joanna England / April 20, 2015 / 6 Comments

He’s lived in the M Streets for 30 years, so of course Ken Lampton has a home on the Internet at MStreets.com. He also shares his unvarnished opinions on his blog, where you can find out more about Lampton’s adventures in this sought-after neighborhood, as well as the challenges it faces when it comes to […]

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Help This Poor Agent: Why Won’t This House on Shook Avenue Sell?

By Candy Evans / November 12, 2014 / 11 Comments

Help us shake it up on Shook. I cannot think of a nicer street than Shook Road, just north-ish of Gaston in White Rock. The houses on the south side of the street have what I call “Austin topography” — cool terrains that stair-step up to the house. (Cannot see it in photo.) It’s such […]

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Gorgeous Contemporary With Midcentury Touches in Sought-After East Dallas Neighborhood

By Joanna England / October 17, 2014 / 0 Comments

This home is a wonderful change of pace, and in a fantastic White Rock-area neighborhood, too. Located in the highly sought-after White Rock North neighborhood in East Dallas, this home is a 1961 contemporary with several Midcentury touches. It’s not straight-up midcentury modern, but it’s not 100 percent soft contemporary, either. It’s a gorgeous blend […]

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Ask Candy: A Reader Asks, "Whatever Happened to White Rock Crossing?"

By Joanna England / July 18, 2013 / 12 Comments

For a long time, the lot just across from Redeemer Bible Church and caddy corner to Robert T. Hill Middle School at Easton and East Lake Highlands was a cut-through for drivers too impatient to wait behind cars stopped for pickups at the end of the school day. Today, well, it’s a quiet construction site with a sign that says something to the effect of “Future home of White Rock Crossing.”

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