Tag Archives: Dallas Home for Sale
Thursday Three Hundred: Adorable Cottage in Coronado Hills Has an Amazing Saltwater Pool to Cool Off in This Summer
OK, so technically, this house is $100 shy of $300,000, but we’ll overlook that this Thursday because 6843 Coronado Ave. has an absolute stunner of a saltwater pool for this price range, and considering our climate, we all need to start preparing for summer’s sweltering temperatures.
This area is beyond hot — it’s smoking! Homes in the Ash Creek/Alger Park area are selling fast and for just about asking price — especially if they have been staged. This home has been staged by an expert, too, and I bet this listing — 9774 Twin Creek from Dave Perry-Miller agent Janice Parson — will get snapped up fast as well.
I love a little French flair here and there, and this Highland Park mansion has tons of charm that will rope in any francophile!
Built in 2002, 3608 Lexington just went on the market and is represented by Ronda Needham of Dave Perry-Miller and Associates. There are seven bedrooms, six and a half baths, a two-bedroom guesthouse, and a third-floor gameroom connected by a gorgeous winding staircase that makes this home feel like an estate in Bordeaux.
Friday Four Hundred: Architect Robert Durham Re-imagines a Midway Hollow Traditional For One Lucky Buyer
I think I have a better-than-standard imagination, but I have a hard time interpreting floorplans and elevations. Still, though, I love trying to imagine how a home can be transformed into a dream home. Don’t you?
We catch flak sometimes for not featuring more affordable properties. Not everyone can afford a multi million-dollar home, so here’s a look at a cute, updated, and affordable house with a good location.
I think this might be our first home on CandysDirt.com from Ridgewood Park, an East Dallas neighborhood just south of Lovers Lane and east of Abrams Road. It’s not too far south of Northwest Highway in a little alcove tucked away from too much traffic. In a word: Love.
I doubt a piece of cardboard and a stake is going to turn off a prospective buyer, but would you want to risk it?
Apparently yes, at least for some people. I’ve passed several homes on my rounds through Dallas’ many upscale neighborhoods with not only a “For Sale” sign in the front yards, but large signs extolling their picks for public office. Continue reading
Tuesday Two Hundred: Add a Second Bath to This Hollywood Heights Tudor And it Puts the “OH!” in Perfecto!
I know that having only one bathroom in a moderately sized house is a difficult proposal for the home’s occupants. It takes, patience, sharing, and throwing modesty to the wind to make it work. And even then, well, it’s frustrating and mommy wants her wine and bubble bath, so yeah, the door is locked, so deal with it!
So when I see a super cute house in a great area that I totally fall in love with, I have a really difficult time dealing with the fact that there is just one bathroom. No half baths. No water closets. Just one lonely bathroom. Continue reading
Amazing? Beautiful? Incredible? Stunning? Jaw-Dropping? I’ve run through the gamut of adjectives trying to describe 5625 Netherland Court, an unbelievable listing from the one and only Kari Schlegel, and yet every one of them falls short.
Thursday Three Hundred: Caruth Terrace 1955 Time Warp For Sale, And You Can Tour The Ranch on Sunday
Sometimes you see traces of what an older home used to look like through the slick veneer of fresh paint and new flooring. Perhaps the cabinets in the kitchen get a refacing and the paneling in a bedroom is stripped and recoated, but under decades of haphazard updating is a mystery.