This house, if it could say one word and one word only, it would be “AHHHH-DORABLE.” Just like that. In fact, it would be shouting it, so when you heard it from around the block, you would come jogging through Winnetka Heights until you found 314 N. Clinton, a butter yellow Craftsman just west of Tyler Street.Read More
One of the reasons I am in love with Winnetka Heights is the abundance of huge front porches that are begging for a glass of something cold and a few friends and neighbors. But as soon as I saw this cute prairie home at 335 S. Edgefield Ave. from Keller Williams’ Lisa Richardson, all of the sudden a big front porch wasn’t a deal-killer anymore. Besides, both next-door neighbors have ample porch accomodations, so you are never a long walk from a place to people-watch.Read More
Y’all already know that I love Craftsman homes, I am a sucker for Oak Cliff, and I am very, very lazy. That’s why I am seriously in LOVE with 907 N. Winnetka. First, it’s in Kings Highway Conservation District, which is an amazing neighborhood! Second, this listing may say it was built in 1918, but […]Read More
When you buy a home in Winnetka Heights, you’re getting so much more than a building on a piece of land. You’re buying into a very active community that looks out for one another, one that takes pride in its landscape.
Trust me: Oak Cliff was my beat in my reporting days. Winnetka Heights has an active neighborhood association which is an asset when you buy a home in a historic district.
And with one look at 402 N. Rosemont Ave., you’ll have your pen and checkbook out.Read More
This lovely home is going to be featured in Better Homes And Gardens, and for good reason: check out that awesome wrap-around front porch! Paul Muniz’s gorgeous Winnetka Heights Craftsman home on South Windomere is quite the stunner. He says a fellow Winnetka Heights resident mentioned his home to the folks at BHG, and they’ll […]Read More