3341 Stanford, University Park - Curb appeal galore to go with elegant interiors. Price $1,699,000.
2829 Dyer, University Park - Open, light-filled new construction. Detached guest quarters. Extra spacious backyard designed for kids play. No rear neighbor for added privacy. Overlooks Bush Library and park. Walk to SMU, shops, Katy trail. Cat6 wiring, high-end finish throughout. Price $1,499,000.
3644 Hanover, University Park - Coveted location on a beautiful stretch of Hanover. Grand 1936 home updated throughout. Hardwood flooring throughout (no carpet). Extra large family room and master. Side yard wide enough for a lap pool. Location, location, location. Price $1,599,000. Sold
315 Harbor View, Rockwall - New construction on lake Ray Hubbard. Weekend lake house or permanent residence. Sweeping lake views. Backs up to Marina. 24 miles from downtown Dallas. 1 mile from I30. Price TBD. Sold
3512 Amherst, University Park - 1946 house between Preston and Hillcrest, renovated inside out. Super convenient location, walk to everywhere (school, pool, park, grocery, shops).
Hardwood flooring both floors, kitchen with Viking, granite. Large master suite with sitting area. Travertine baths. Spacious backyard with 2006 garage. Large specimen tree. Sold
4329 Grassmere, University Park - 1940 Colonial newly renovated. On pretty block with lots of kids. Walk to HP stadium, restaurants, shops, movie theater.
Old house charm updated for modern living with kitchen open to den, new upstairs gameroom, large master closet, new baths, kitchen with Viking, granite. Elegant anti-McMansion house. Price $875,000. Sold
2938 Lovers Lane, University Park - Thoughtful new construction in University Park. Large house designed to fit in with the older neighbors. Not your typical infill McMansion. Sold
609 Courageous, Rockwall - A postmodern for the architecture buffs. Updated and restored to its modernist roots. Weekend lake house or primary residence. Sweeping lake views. Walk to Yacht Club, boat slip. Sold
House plans for sale...
Plan #1 Beach House. Only 36' wide for those extra narrow lots. Three-level house. Clean-lined good looks. At home on the water or on an infill lot. Stucco exterior, Metal Roof.
Plan #2 Shingle Style Cottage New England romance updated for modern living. Old house charm for an infill location. Good on the water too. Small foot-print for more rear yard. Efficient yet comfortable for family living.
Plan #3 Farm House Revisited Designed as a weekend home. Cost-effective design. Garage has rear doors for easy boat storage (you can pull a boat through, don't have to back in). With the 4 garage doors rolled up, it's a large porch for entertaining/kids play. Hardiplank (fiber-cement) clapboards, Metal roof. Good form to look good by the water or in a meadow.
Plan #4 Courtyard House Stucco postmodern on the water. Wraps around a courtyard. Great indoor-outdoor house. Guest quarters over the garage. Garage has doors front and back for easy boat storage or to double as a large porch. Fits well on a small pie-shaped lot.
Plan #5 Southern Lakeside Painted-bricks colonial on the water. Gracious lines, southern style porches/balconies, looks good front and back. Open floor plan w/ high ceilings. Good for entertaining. Downstair master suite.
Plan #6 Courtyard House II Compact waterfront stucco with courtyard entry. Downstair master suite. Balconies front and back.
Plan #7 Courtyard House III Infill house styled after Florida's Rosemary Beach. Painted bricks ground level, cedar shingles upper. A courtyard house with rear-entry garage designed for an extra small infill lot (50x98). Moroccan fountain in courtyard. Expansive modernish interior with two-story ceilings and windows.
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