Tag Archives: Kessler Park
Saturday Six Hundred: This Kessler Park Beauty Is Modern Perfection With a Gorgeous Curved Fireplace!
It’s the weekend, and you’re probably busy scouring your dream neighborhood for open houses so you can imagine what it’s like to live in one of the amazing homes that are on the market right now. But we have a little treat for you, dear readers.
I love guest cottages! It’s the perfect solution for older kids who come back home from college for winter or summer break and are too used to being independent to have them in close proximity with civilized people.
How Koi: This Kessler Park Tree House Takes Away Your Breath, Totes Groceries Uphill Via Electronic Trolley!
I remember when this house was being built I was crazy about it, but my friends just thought I was crazy! “One of a kind” kinda falls short whilst taking in the exceptional uber modern construction of the property that holds court at 1322 Kessler Parkway. Rarely does such a great property beautifully embody the nature that surrounds the structures, but oh this puppy enhances nature like only a Park Avenue plastic surgeon could. This creation not happen by chance.
Saturday/Sunday $600K: Tudor Power! This Tudor Holds the Crown on Canterbury Court, & Plenty of Room for The Royal Baby
You want to live on a really great street in Kessler Park loaded with homes of charm and character? Check. Totally new insides with architectural details intact? Check. Downstairs master suite? Done. Take a look at 1310 Canterbury Court and tell me if this 1929 circa Tudor is not one of the greatest homes you could find for $600k?
Friday Five Hundred: Move-In Ready House on Canterbury Court Has High-End Details With a Kessler Park Address
Oak Cliff doesn’t have the stigma it used to. In fact, more young people are moving south of the Trinity River to buy their first homes than ever before. But that doesn’t mean Oak Cliff is all fixer-uppers and bungalows with bike lanes.
I’m from Houston, so seeing a home on stilts is no big deal. You see them all the time along the many bayous and river bottoms. A home on stilts in Oak Cliff? Well, that’s unique!
This house is already so cute. I usually hate it when people say this, but it really does have great bones.
Marketed by Mike Bates, 610 Tenna Loma Court in West Kessler Heights has been expertly maintained and is ready for some color. There are three bedrooms, two baths, and just over 1,800 square feet in this home. You’re within a hop, skip, and jump from Stevens Park Golf Course, and the Bishop Arts District is just a short bike ride away. It’s on the market for a recently reduced $237,500.
Friday Four Hundred: Modern On The Inside, There’s Nothing Claustrophobic About This Kessler Highlands Tudor
One of the reasons I’m not a huge fan of Tudors is that they are notoriously cramped and crowded on the inside, with wall, after wall, after wall separating rooms from one another. I love the way they look on the outside, though, with the high-pitched roofs and the brick exteriors, and there are tons of them in Kessler Highlands.
This is a first for me. I’ve seen and lusted after a lot of tubs in my years of househunting, but I have never in my life seen a wooden jetted tub. I scoured Houzz.com all morning looking and looking for another wooden tub like the one inside the adorable Tudor at 837 Stewart Drive. No luck!
Live in the city long enough, and the very things you love about urban life can become what grates on your spirit day after day. We often move to cities to be close to things — shopping, museums, parks, other people — but sometimes we miss being able to connect with nature and enjoy privacy.