Tag Archives: North Oak Cliff
Photo: Vernon Bryant/Dallas Morning News
Lee Harvey Oswald lived in the unassuming brown brick house at 1026 N. Beckley Avenue right up until he was apprehended for allegedly shooting the president. It was the last place he is known to have lived.
Tuesday Two Hundred: What A Value! This Bretton Woods 2-Story Sits On 2 Gorgeous Acres in Oak Cliff!
I heard from a member of an Oak Cliff power couple that there are no more affordable homes in the Cliff. Poppycock, I say! If you want a fixer-upper in one of the hottest areas in all of Dallas, then look no further than 2939 W. Ledbetter.
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.
Kathy Hewitt is an avid golfer, which is really perfect for a career in real estate. It’s how she learned to focus on clients, take her time, and that patience pays off.
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.
You can tell that Jenni Stolarski has a lot to be excited about. The Kings Highway Conservation District resident and Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s agent is hard at work making her neighborhood a better place to live. How does she do it? By putting down roots. Literally.
I read about the brand new, two-way buffered bike lanes that were installed on Jefferson Boulevard today and I thought, “As a way to honor this long sought-after accomplishment, we should feature an Oak Cliff home for our Tuesday Two Hundred.” I started rummaging through MLS and my jaw dropped. Folks, you will not believe what I found.
Tuesday Two Hundred: Have Your Checkbook Handy For This Charming, Colorful Oak Cliff Cottage That Just Hit MLS
Immensely cute. That’s my shoot-from-the-hip description of this Oak Cliff cottage. Located in Sunset View, just outside Ravinia Heights in the North Cliff Conservation District, this home is in an excellent location for anyone who wants to be both in close proximity to downtown Dallas and be near the festivals and shops in the Bishop Arts District.
Just because you prefer to rent rather than buy doesn’t mean you have to live in a boring old apartment. If you’re looking for an amazing home to rent in one of the hottest neighborhoods around, Local Dwelling’s Jason Lucas has a charming cottage just for you.
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.