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.
More buyers definitely have an eye out for high-quality architecture in today’s market. In particular, the number of people looking for contemporary homes has grown in the past few years.
That’s part of the trend toward homeowners in general wanting more indoor-outdoor living space. People have a greater awareness of the freshness of the indoor-outdoor feeling provided by contemporary and transitional architecture. Old World style is out. Continue reading Now Trending – Distinctive Architecture→
Clean lines, open expansive rooms with tall ceilings and lots of natural light are the hallmarks of this modern home at 830 Kessler Woods Trail in Kessler Park. Listed for $898,500. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty
For first-time homebuyers, this summer is like winning a trifecta. Interest rates remain at historic lows, home values in many neighborhoods are rising, and there is a growing number of high-quality homes on the market. Now is a perfect time to look to own your first home. These listings can get you started. Continue reading A Perfect Season to Buy Your First Home in Oak Cliff→