Today’s price range is $300,000. What can you get in the Dallas area for this price, you ask? We answer: a charming midcentury home in Caruth Terrace, an abundant amount of square footage west of Marsh, and a family-friendly home in Richardson ISD.Full Story
I mean. How charming is this beauty? Someone in our meeting said it looked like a house that elves would live in, and let me be clear: It was meant in the most complimentary of ways. We really like elves.
Let’s talk about that roofline. It’s the first thing you notice, and you can’t help but be charmed by its unpretentious, welcoming aesthetic and its unconventional curve. Something about it reminds me of a girl in a curtsy, as though the house is coquettishly grateful to be being admired. It knows it’s cute, and it’s not afraid to flirt.Full Story
We love contemporary homes (if want a list of our favorites, check out the 10 Most Beautiful Homes of past and present). This one caught our eye because of all the cool shapes and angles that create the exterior facade, along with the mixed materials. The inside is equally as unique—think blonde hardwood floors, large windows for natural lighting, an awesomely huge closet, and a spacious covered porch overlooking a gorgeous pool.Full Story
This week’s price point is $1.1 million. No, not everyone can shop around in this price range, but why not have fun peeking inside these not-so-humble abodes. See how a million stretches in Highland Park, Preston Hollow, and Far North Dallas.Full Story
This house in particular jumped out at me for a couple of reasons. Of course, that pair of twisted columns in the front catches your eye right away, as does the vivid Spanish tile roof. I’m also a sucker for a stained glass window. Maybe it’s my Catholic upbringing, I don’t know. But something about that one mismatched window and the way it mimics the rounded arches between the banisters pleases my eye.
But maybe my favorite facet of this 84-year-old gem is the well-manicured ivy. Ivy’s one of those things that either works on a house or it doesn’t. It’s like a man with a beard. And this house wears it with confidence.Full Story
We get it—you’re the “commander in chief” at home. It’s time to make it official by moving into this little ditty on Strait Lane. And by little, we mean that in a sarcastic way—this house is 16,041 square feet. For $19.5 million, you’ll get a garage that fits 6, 5 living areas, 2 dining areas, a regal media […]Full Story
Do you love where you live? Or are you always looking for a new space in a new ‘hood? Well, we’ve got a very scientific quiz to tell you which Dallas suburb is ideal for you to call home. It’s just 10 questions—let us know if you’re living in the right place, or if we’ve officially convinced you to move.
For the full article about the best suburbs in Dallas, from our July issue of D Magazine, click here.Full Story
Today’s Real Estate Report focuses on the $550,000 price range. We explore the Disney Streets, the M Streets, and Far North Dallas. (Yes, you can get way more bang for your buck by traveling north of 635.) The properties all fall in the price range, but they differ in square footage, updates, and bedrooms.Full Story
You love to cook (or maybe order in take-out and pretend you cooked it). Your favorite kind of island is the one that comes in your kitchen. And there’s nothing you love more than pristine, white marble. Well then, welcome home, friends. This University Park Tudor has been waiting for you, and it’ll only set you back $2.23 million.
While there are lots of perks to living in this place (big back yard just itching for you to build a pool in it, 5 bedrooms, a wine cooler), it’s the kitchen that caught our eye. It comes fully equipped (seriously) with a Viking range, 3 ovens, Subzero appliances, 2 dishwashers, and marble countertops. Plus, there’s also an outdoor grilling space for when you’re entertaining on those hot summer nights.Full Story
What can you get in Dallas for $600,000. We check out properties in Lakewood, Hillcrest Havens, and Caruth Hills. (In this hot market, you’ll may not be surprised that there’s a house under 2,000 square feet on this list!)Full Story