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Source: Candy's Dirt

You don’t see homes designed by Dallas midcentury architect Arch Swank come on the market very often because they tend to stay in the family for generations, but if our research serves us right, we found a previously undiscovered Swank home on Eastlawn Drive in Northwest Dallas. This four-bedroom, three-bath home with 3,571-square-feet in Northway Hills is listed by Brandon Stewart of David Griffin & Company for $695,000.

When we took a look at the 1953-built midcentury modern home, our Spidey Senses started tingling when we get the notion an architect had a hand in this home. A deep search of the address pulled up the University of Texas’ collection of 323 Swank projects and blueprints, including this address for a

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Set in a quiet enclave of mid-century modern homes, this home offers the best of both worlds; the character of mid-century modern design w/ today's in-demand amenities. Taken to the studs in 2013, the home was renovated & expanded to include a large master suite, two living areas, home office, & multiple exterior entertainment spaces. With its large expanses of glass and natural light, come and enjoy the warmth and serenity at our tasteful and classic home.

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I'm honored to be named "D Best" and "D Top Producer" again this year for selling greater than 10 million dollars in real estate each year. Thank you to all of my wonderful clients.  You guys are the best!

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Source: Candy's Dirt       There are a handful of Dallas real estate agents that specialize in Midcentury Modern homes, and Brandon Stewart is one of them. Never willing to just preach to the choir about this architectural style and its ability to nimbly transform, Stewart practiced what he was preaching when he purchased his home in Highland Meadows, a neighborhood teeming with Midcentury Modern homes in various stages of renovation — some of them still largely original.   Stewart’s home shows the incredible potential these properties hold, making it an obvious High Caliber Home of the Week presented by Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans.    The home was taken to the studs in 2013 and renovated by Stewart, who is also an…
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Source: Ali Stewart, Realtor David Griffin & Company Realtors

Photo/Video Credit: The Property Snappers

If you live on the east side of Lake Highlands you may have driven by this stunning modern home on the corner of Church Road and Ferndale.  It’s a classic Tom Greico designed home that exudes all of the gorgeous and meticulous style that those who have followed Tom’s work and legacy have come to expect. 

This home at 10219 Church Road will be 1 of 7 beautiful and unique Lake Highlands homes on the upcoming Lake Highlands Home Tour on Saturday, March 30th. 

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The dramatic entry begins with an impeccably landscaped front lawn and modern concrete pavers.  From its stylish stucco siding with stained cedar accents and walls of windows, to

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source: Candy's Dirt

The whole of North Dallas is full of houses with excellent bones. These homes, many built in the 1970s, are just waiting for the right person to come along and revive them. I’ve long been in love with the bold, angular rooflines, vaulted ceilings, and open floor plans of 1970s soft contemporary architecture, and I get quite giddy when I see one that’s received an especially good-looking facelift. 

That’s what happened when Ernesto Miranda, Principal of MAGELLAN ARCHITECTS (formally WALKER+MIRANDA), took on 6212 Emeraldwood Place in the Northwood Hills neighborhood. Located just south of Belt Line Road and west of Hillcrest, this neighborhood is chock full of 1070s soft contemporary architecture. If you own one of these

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I'm honored to be named a D Magazine Best Real Estate Agent and Top Producer again this year.  Thank you so much to my wonderful clients.  You guys are the best!

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source: Candy's Dirt

This year, organizers of the White Rock Home Tour — East Dallas’ premiere modern home tour — are asking tour-goers to go the extra mile (actually six miles if you’re counting). The reason? An amazing time capsule of a home located in Garland that has received only the pickiest of updates.

But Garland?

White Rock Home Tour chair Alyson Black assures me that this home is so spectacular that it’s worth the trip. “This home was built in 1965 by commercial architects Craycroft Lacy & Assoc. for a prominent TV news man in a scenic area of old Garland, and was lovingly restored a few years ago,” Black said. And after getting a sneak peek at the photos of this particular home, I have to agree: IT IS FABULOUS! In fact, it’s so

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source: Candy's Dirt

When Joanna England first covered this midcentury modern gem back in September, our readers fell in love. Since then, the three-bedroom, two-bath charmer has taken quite a price cut — a steep one in fact – from $565,000 to its current list price of $495,000! Yes, you read that right. This puppy is ready to be SOLD!

Steeped in mystery with jaw-dropping post-and-beam design, our Friday Four Hundred is one of the most spectacular, untouched, midcentury moderns you can find under $500K in Dallas. Just ask listing agent Brandon Stewart of David Griffin & Company Real Estate.

“This is one of the rare time capsules that hasn’t been remodeled into a design bastard,” says Stewart. “It’s a classic midcentury modern with

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We’re continuing our series, reaching out to Realtors who specialize in mid-century properties. We’ll be asking questions of Realtors across the United States to see what’s the same or different in various part of the country. Today we’re in Dallas, Texas, with mid-century specialist Brandon Stewart of Mod 214.

Tell me a little bit about yourself. How long have you been a realtor?

Brandon Stewart with David Griffin & Company Realtors.  I’ve been a Realtor for about 8 1/2 years and am probably most known for my modern real estate website mod214.com and the mid-century modern newsletter I’ve sent out for the past several years. I’m also a licensed architect, though no longer actively practicing.​  I love great

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