Candy’s Sale of the Week: One of the Most Spectacular Sky Palaces in The City Reduced for the Bargain of the Century
This is an unusual Sale of the Week, and yes, I am teasing you. Teasing because I won’t have detail photos of this listing available until later today, but I want you to come back to see. So here are all the deets to whet your appetite and get you back here for more House Porn. And this, my dear readers, is House Porn at it’s highest and finest in Dallas.
Candy’s Sale of the Week: Priced $200,000 Below Appraisal, This Oak Lawn Townhome is the Biggest Bargain North of the Trinity
This home is a short sale, and cheaper than renting. The owner is perfectly serious when he says, bring on all offers. Like, we mean ALL. Currently priced at $475,000, this home is amazing and practically brand new, though it was built in 1998. In fact, my first question was: does anyone live here? You get almost 3000 square feet, three bedrooms, three and a half baths, generously-sized rooms with beautiful mill work and wood trim, a steam shower in the decked-out master bathroom, a wood-paneled library, glorious granite and stainless kitchen, you can walk almost anywhere for food, exercise or fun while the two car garage holds your autos. Listed wth Kimberley Gromatzky at Dave Perry-Miller Uptown, I just cannot believe, CAN NOT BELIEVE the asking price: $475,000. 4322 Throckmorton, check it out, FAST!
I posted a few shots from this house last summer, when I was first made aware of it’s awesomeness. The young builder is Leo Savino, who is building in the Park Cities under his company name, Significant Building & Construction, with the frenzy of a blue norther.
Candy Sale of the Week: Architecturally Signifiant Stunner on Shorecrest — I Am SO In LOVE! — Dallas Real Estate News
Oh. My. God. This stunning Bluffview architectural gem at 4214 Shorecrest probably won’t last through the weekend. In fact, I predict it will be gone by Friday. The property actually rests upon a Bluffview bluff on .97 acres. So unlike almost any other neighborhood in Dallas, with the exception of Kessler, you get a view. Built in 1939, Victor Sidy, Dean of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, planned and oversaw the remodel. The size is perfect — not too large, not too small, and the home does not swallow the whole dang lot like so many of these behemoths. I think this would make a perfect empty nester home, and I know for a fact that Bluffview is where many empty nesters are heading. You get 3407 square feet, three bedrooms, study, three full baths and a stunning pool. Floors are concrete, marble and wood. The owners are well know Dallas journalist and attorney Courtney Dreslin Sinelli and her darling husband, Jeff Sinelli, founder, CEO and CVO (that’s Chief Vibe Officer) of Which Wich. So in a way, this is a home that “sand-wishes” built. Courtney tells me her home boasts the best patio in Dallas and treetop views from every single window. I say buy it with the furnishings and work some big fat gift certificates to Which Wich. The home is gorgeous and only asking $1, 849,000 with Sandy Petruska at Briggs Freeman…
This home at 5317 Emerson is just north of Greenway Parks, east of Inwood, and so adorable I want to stuff it in my pocket and take it home. Built in 1949, super updated from the floors to the energy efficient windows in each room: updated kitchen, updated guest bath. (They wisely kept the original pink tile in the main bath.) Two bedrooms, two baths, two living areas in a perfect 1706 square feet. I feel like I’m over-using the word new, but new slate front porch, new back porch. New siding & brick. New recessed lighting. New garage doors & more! I think it’s as cute as a button for $399,00… that’s right, just under $400,000! Listed with Susan Thomas at Allie Beth Allman. Read more on Friday Four Hundred: Greenway Crest Has My Seal of Approval, Dallas Real Estate News…