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Hot Property: Palm Springs Style in Casa Linda

Positioned on one of Casa Linda’s sizable lots, this striking ’60s-era dwelling would blend in beautifully among the mid-century architecture of Palm Springs, California. Lucky for Dallasites fond of the contemporary style, the 2,020-square-foot beauty is far closer to White Rock Lake than Joshua Tree, and priced decidedly below half a million dollars.

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Dallas Sub-Zero and Wolf Showroom

The Sub-Zero and Wolf Showroom on Lemmon Avenue is the best place to test drive Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances in a no pressure environment. Meet one-on-one with a product expert to get answers to all of your questions about product design, performance and features. See inspiring kitchen vignettes and live cooking demonstrations. Request an appointment at and get a taste of […]

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PCHPS Unfolds Highland Park’s Eccentric Past

Yes, the Park Cities are lovely enclaves of Dallas with their fair share of fine dining and upscale shopping. Nobody would deny their better qualities, but “eccentric” isn’t the first word one would use to describe the posh neighborhoods. That is, if you haven’t heard the story of Cosette Faust Newton and the S.S. Miramar.

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What You Can Buy in Winnetka Heights

For over a century, Winnetka Heights has been known as one of the most picturesque neighborhoods in Dallas. Today, the idyllic area is acknowledged for its proximity to the Bishop Arts District and some of Dallas’ most popular shops and restaurants, but the historic Prairie and Arts and Crafts homes still stand along those lovely lovely streets.

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