The Homes

Experience a very special line-up of midcentury and contemporary modern homes on the 2020 WRHT!


Photo by Juan Molina.

9810 Northcliff Drive

Built in 1960
1,513 square feet
3 bedroom, 2 bath

Architect: Gregory Cavanagh

Sponsored by Castillo’s Contractors


Architect Gregory Cavanagh built this home for his family in 1960. The house was originally a Gold Medallion Home (all electric) which was considered to be energy efficient at the time of construction.  Blueprints and photos from 1960 will be on display showing the home before it was reimagined by interior designer Joshua Rice, who capitalized on light and space for an extensive renovation. Apertures and clerestory windows shower the home with warm natural light, without sacrificing privacy.


Meet Home Sponsor Fernando Castillo and his Castillo’s Contractors team at the home throughout tour weekend.

Interior designer Joshua Rice will discuss the home’s remodel on Saturday from 2 – 4 pm.

Photo by Sarah Evans.

9729 Van Dyke Road

Built 1961
5,400 square feet
4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms

Architect:  Donald Speck

Sponsored by David Collier, Realtor


A hidden gem near White Rock Lake designed by commercial architect Donald Speck has been getting lots of love recently from its owners who love Midcentury architecture, furniture and artwork. Featured in the American Institute of Architects Guide to Dallas Architecture, this home’s floor-to-ceiling windows bring natural light into the basement. The master bedroom offers spectacular sunsets of the Dallas skyline. The new addition from Absolute Pools features furniture from West Elm’s outdoor collection.


Home Sponsor David Collier, a realtor with David Griffin & Co. for over 25 years, will be at the home throughout tour weekend.  Be sure to stop and say hello to DC!

Photo by Sarah Evans.

8802 Daytonia Avenue

Built 2018
2,433 square feet
3 bedrooms, 3 bath

Architect:  Charles Bobo
Builder:  Modern Design Brothers

Sponsored by Modern Design Brothers & Porcelanosa.


This “Happy Place” home in Little Forest Hills welcomes everyone in with its Eichler inspired “California Modern” exterior.  The home’s post-and-beam construction, exposed Douglas fir beams, museum interior walls, and floor to ceiling windows give it a sought-after commercial look and bring in natural light to blur the lines between the indoors and out. Porcelanosa tiles and vanities bring warmth and depth to the interior.


Meet the Home Sponsors from Porcelanosa and Modern Design Brothers throughout tour weekend.

Photo by Sarah Evans.

9833 Larchcrest Drive

Built 1969
3,000 square feet
4 bedrooms, 3 bath

Builder:  Watkins Remodeling

Sponsored by Watkins Remodeling


This midcentury modern home in Lake Highlands sits on a one and a quarter acre lot surrounded by mature trees, with an abundance of natural light. A full interior remodel was completed by Shawn Watkins of Watkins Remodeling, with interior design by Virginia Krecji, featuring walnut cabinets and doors, a specially made staircase, and custom-stained white oak floors.  A unique concrete walkway brings you into the Zen-like entry featuring a painting of a Buddhist temple.


Meet Home Sponsor Shawn Watkins from Watkins Remodeling at the home during tour weekend.

Photo by Sarah Evans.

6151 Llano Avenue

Built 1933-1995
Recently Renovated:  2019
3,380 sq feet (main house)
4 bedroom, 2.5 bath
Architect: FAR  +  DANG
Builder: Nick Thurmond

Sponsored by Ed Murchison, Realtor


The original house was pieced together by various owners between 1933 to 1995. At first, the home was set in the back of the lot, making an addition to the front of the property an excellent option. Not only did the addition transform the elevation to the front of the house, it also created an amazing indoor/outdoor living space. This home features a large courtyard with deck and indoor/outdoor 108-inch home theater with a motorized bug screen. Work was designed and completed by Nick and Taylor Thurmond, with help from the FAR + DANG Architectural team.


Meet Home Sponsor Ed Murchison, Realtor with Coldwell Banker throughout tour weekend.

Architect Bang Dang will be at the home Saturday from 2 – 4 pm to discuss the recent renovation.