Those looking for lots of green space and an easy commute to Downtown often find their perfect home along the hilly streets surrounding White Rock Lake. These established neighborhoods are rich with history while also boasting exciting new stores and restaurants. Continue Reading…
If owning a home is the American Dream, then North Texas is such stuff dreams as are made. While we’re still all thinking of backyard cookouts and fireworks, we take a moment celebrate the wonderful neighborhoods and architecture you can find across the region. Continue Reading…
This year is all about BOLD. That’s why it should be no surprise to see the giant resurgence of wallpaper in 2014’s interior design trends. Wallpaper is hot and here to stay. From vibrant vintage-style graphics to bold florals to opulent foil textures, the writing is on the wall. Here are some of our favorite takes on the wallpaper trend:
“All of the close-in neighborhoods have had resurgence. We even have homebuilders returning to the Park Cities and East Dallas to keep up with the demand. New luxury options, from single-family to townhomes, are drawing buyers to Uptown, Oak Lawn and Turtle Creek. And as areas such as Oak Cliff experience an exciting renaissance, more Dallas residents are going to look at close-in neighborhoods so they can be part of the action, too.” Continue Reading…
Market analysts note that real estate market cycles generally last about seven years. Right now, we are about a year and a half into an upward cycle – with prices still very much in line with value.
According to a recent Case-Shiller Home Price Index, Dallas home prices have cleared their pre-recession levels, up 1 percent from where they were in June 2007 with total pre-owned home sales up 19 percent over the same time last year. The rising market means you can still buy low and watch your investment grow as the market rises.
Perfectly sited in Bluffview, the pristine white-clapboard Transitional at 4320 Taos Road is an exquisite new construction from Greenwell Homes, bringing the peaceful aura and light-filled aesthetic of a coast to the pastoral streets of one of Dallas’ finest neighborhoods. In convenient proximity to Dallas Love Field airport, Inwood Village, the Park Cities and downtown Dallas, this five-bedroom home enjoys the privacy of a friendly residential neighborhood but within easy reach of urban excitement.
It may have started out as a 215-acre dairy farm nestled next to Bachman Creek, but Bluffview is now home to many of the most beautiful and architecturally distinct homes in Dallas. With rolling hills, 50 ft. cliffs, winding streets and lot sizes that range from .25-acre parcels to multi-acre estates, the area’s highly desirable topography has attracted premier architects such as Charles Dilbeck and O’Neil Ford, who designed homes that harmonize with the picturesque surroundings.
Close to Dallas’ top private schools, within minutes of world class shopping at NorthPark Center and near major business centers, Bluffview is a pastoral respite in a vibrant community. These, and other beautiful homes, can be viewed at briggsfreeman.com.
Doors will open across North Texas this Sunday, making it easy to see outstanding homes for every phase of life. Thinking of moving to a great school district? Considering downsizing now that the kids have left the nest? Looking for a smart investment in a growing neighborhood? Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty agents will be on-hand at open houses to discuss the best options and opportunities across D-FW.
Last year, some homes had as many as 50 prospective buyers stop by during the Fall Open House Tour – and many made offers. Don’t miss your chance to find the perfect place to call home.