Do you like to home ogle? Do you like driving by houses and thinking to yourself, “I’ve been in there. Their indoor hot tub was quite appealing”? Do you actually need to find a new home to live in? In honor of the holiday responsible for this long weekend, we scouted four open houses in four different neighborhoods that look well worth the trip.Full Story
Situated on one of the largest lots in the exclusive, gated Place de Vosges development, 3901 Turtle Creek Boulevard #9 was completely remodeled by the New York design firm Zajac Callahan upon its originally completion in 2003, elevating it to level of luxury all its own. Think custom P.E. Guerin 18k gold braided doorknobs, a wrought iron stairway, a gold leaf domed ceiling, and lots and lots of marble.Full Story
People love North Oak Cliff, and it’s easy to see why. The hip hood serves as a trendy home base for young “urban pioneers.” But for those who don’t wish to journey across the Trinity River to enjoy the area’s popular restaurants, bars, entertainment venues, and shops, North Oak Cliff is filled with updated older houses and new modern gems set among enviable rolling lanes. If you’ve got $1.2 million to drop, here’s where you can settle.Full Story
Located in the Riverfront Industrial District, just a couple of blocks away from Dragon Street, sits a beautifully transformed 60 by 100 foot warehouse. Redesigned by a creative husband and wife duo, 146 Payne Street was created to be a home and a workplace with the homeowners’ artwork taking center stage.
Sleek lines and sun-filled rooms characterize the unique, urban loft, but it’s the warm, homey touches like the fireplace, the book-filled library, and the seemingly endless opportunities for displaying personal artwork or belongings that make the warehouse a place you could call home.Full Story
Do you like to home ogle? Do you like driving by houses and thinking to yourself, “I’ve been in there. Their indoor hot tub was quite appealing”? Do you actually need to find a new home to live in? Every other week, we scout out three open houses in three different neighborhoods that look well worth the trip.Full Story
Do you aim to live in a home that feels like a 5 Star resort? Do you like your closets in loft form and your driveway heated? Will you even deign to look at a cheetah statue if it’s not made of gold? Then for just under $7 million, welcome home.Full Story
Being a college student and unable to even remotely afford any of the homes in Highland Park, I wanted to provide you all with some places that are fit for a smaller number of roommates that are just as beautiful and fab to live at as any of the houses there are.Full Story
We take a look at how much bang you can get for your figurative buck (in this case: $10 million) in Dallas.Full Story
I walk through Klyde Warren Park every day on my way to and from work, and to say that the place is hoppin’ right now is definitely an understatement. It’s been wonderful to watch the park become such a destination over the past few years, but there are a few people who have been able to keep an eye on it better than anyone could. From the comfort of their own living rooms no less.
Those lucky few are the residents of ParkSide Condominiums. The five-story, 30-unit condominium, whose ground floor is home to Lark in the Park, actually sat in shell condition for three years prior to Klyde Warren Park’s opening in 2012. It was a smart move by developer Lincoln Property Co., who waited until the sure-to-be popular park could serve as the condo’s front yard before finish-out began.Full Story
You only have a few more days to shower the cream of the Dallas residential real estate crop with some much-deserved recognition. Click here if you need a few more details, then submit your nomination here.Full Story