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Santa Will Have Plenty of Fireplace Choices in Tarrant County

By Seth Fowler / December 11, 2018 / 1 Comment

How does he do it? How is Santa not only able to deliver toys to all the good little girls and boys of the world, but how does he manage to get down the chimney? I have so many questions for Santa. Does he have a favorite type of fireplace?  What about a direct-vent fireplace? […]

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Skylights Illuminate Big Renovations In This Four-Bedroom Davilla Drive Estates Home

By Leah Shafer / December 24, 2015 / 0 Comments

Natural light is the best accessory in any home, and our Thursday Three Hundred has it in abundance. Located at 3983 Gaspar Dr., near Midway Road and West Northwest Highway, this Davilla Drive Estates house is a 4-2 with 1,699 square feet. Skylights in the kitchen and living room bring in abundant amounts of sunshine, as do the many windows throughout […]

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Original Architectural Details Run Throughout this Kessler Plaza Charmer

By Leah Shafer / December 1, 2015 / 2 Comments

Kessler Plaza is the southernmost “Kessler” neighborhood in North Oak Cliff. This lovely area offers homes in a broad range of architectural styles, from eclectic Tudor and colonial revival to 1950’s ranches. Development began here in the late 1930s, and the wide, curving streets, arching shade trees, and big green yards give the area an amicable, happy feel. […]

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Chapel Downs Reno Offers Light-Filled Interior in Hot Dallas Neighborhood

By Leah Shafer / November 19, 2015 / 5 Comments

Today’s Thursday Three Hundred takes us to Northwest Dallas, to a friendly, spacious, 1962 ranch, updated with modern amenities, but retaining lots of original charm. Located at 3309 Citation Dr., near Walnut Hill and Webb Chapel, this home is 2,254 square feet with three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and a powder room. This house, like the […]

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Larger-Than-Expected Hollywood Heights Tudor Offers Vintage Style, Quirky Charm

By Leah Shafer / October 15, 2015 / 1 Comment

Across America from around 1890 to 1940, European-trained architects helped create a homebuilding trend influenced by Old World styles. These people brought the eclectic, asymmetrical Tudor revival style to the U.S. In Dallas, there are several pockets of these beautiful solid masonry homes, with steeply pitched gable roofs, elaborate decorative stone and brickwork, and oversized fireplaces. One of the largest is in […]

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