Just across the Trinity River, you’ll find historic and personality-rich Oak Cliff, known for rolling hills, fun coffee shops, galleries and boutiques. In the rapidly growing Bishop Arts District, discover some of the finest dishes in Dallas at Hattie’s, Boulevardier, Tillman’s Roadhouse, Café Veracruz, Bolsa, and habitual D Best winner, Lucia.
The close-knit Oak Cliff community hosts monthly events which draw in large crowds, with events ranging from parades, cook outs, wine tastings, and the wildly popular annual Bastille on Bishop, a celebration of everything French in July.
And the neighborhood character is ever-present, as you can see from these homes currently available. Continue reading →
Property sales across our area are reaching 18-month highs, with a growing number of buyers looking for homes in desirable neighborhoods near all the best schools, activities, entertainment, shopping and dining.
Recent reports in the Dallas Morning News noted that growing demand and shrinking supply are buoying the housing market, and 10 percent of homes are selling within 72 hours of hitting the market. Many others sell without ever making it to MLS. Continue reading →
This large brick home in the Kings Highway neighborhood provides easy access to all North Oak Cliff has to offer. Situated just blocks from schools, restaurants, entertainment and local parks, 738 N. Edgefield Avenue has a lovely floorplan with great outdoor space. Continue reading →
In the fast-moving waters of today’s real estate market, it takes strength, experience and savvy to navigate the most successful sales. That’s why sellers are choosing to list their homes with a brokerage that demonstrates expert neighborhood knowledge, cutting edge marketing and a global network that reaches buyers wherever they live.
“As a business traveler I see the Sotheby’s International Realty® sign representing great properties all over the world,” said a client making a corporate move. “I knew their reputation and knew that my home’s sale would be handled with the utmost professionalism—and it was.”
“When we decided to move our family from Dallas to Southlake, we went with a company that has agents and offices throughout the Metroplex. Our agent was incredibly well-connected in both cities. She handled the sale of our house in the Park Cities and helped us find a great new home near the schools we wanted in Southlake.”
Truly distinctive homes are constructed with great care as to how they sit on the land. Charles Dilbeck did just that when 1125 N. Canterbury Court was built. Situated on a hillside in the heart of Kessler Park, this architecturally significant home features a blend of handcrafted original and updated designs. Continue reading →
It seems simple – homeowners pay to list the house on web sites, put a sign in their yard and get ready to show a lot of strangers their house. With so much demand today, surely the house would sell quickly.
Too often, the house sells, but for thousands of dollars less than it might have if a professional Realtor, knowing the neighborhood, had priced the house correctly. Or maybe worse, the house does not sell because it is priced too high. Without expert advice, the house could also show poorly. Continue reading →
This stunning home at 830 Kessler Woods Trail, in Dallas’ premier gated modern home community, is located in lush, green Kessler Park just around the corner from Stevens Park Golf Course and nearby Downtown, Uptown and Bishop Arts District. Continue reading →