Step inside 7 magnificent homes April 21-22.
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Recently renovated home of iconic Dallas architect E.G. Hamilton at 6882 Avalon. Nominated for a 2018 Preservation Dallas Achievement Award, the renovation by Joe McCall of Oglesby Greene Architects restored the design to its original floor plan. The home uses light and glass to bring the outdoors inside, and the efficient use of space reminds us that people did more with less in the 1950s. This was the first house that EG Hamilton ever designed, and where EG lived with his family. In the living room, E.G. would meet with Stanley Marcus and Ray Nasher to drink martinis and hash out the master plan for Dallas — including NorthPark Center.
3621 GLENBROOK COURT
We’re mixing it up by adding a one-of-a-kind vibey home in Garland that centers around an indoor pool. 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 just lovingly restored. This is the only home in Dallas built by these architects — and it is simply a MUST SEE. Stepping inside this massive home is like stepping back in time to the 1960’s (without the cigarettes and scotch.)
10845 EDEN ROC
This 1955 MCM masterpiece by architect Niles Resch is set on a huge hillside in Highland Meadow. The homeowner, Shawn Watkins of Watkins Remodeling, has extensively renovated the interior and exterior over the last three years, including the addition of a pool house and outdoor kitchen in 2017.
6912 CHANTILLY COURT
Built in 2014 by Greico Modern Homes, this gorgeous 2 story home near White Rock Lake has an open floor plan, with the bottom floor completely open to the outdoor living areas and massive backyard that leads to White Rock Creek. The home is filled with vibrant art and impeccable interior design — sure to delight and inspire.
An inspiring “GREEN” modern new build with a unique split floor plan designed around how a home lives and how the sun rotates around the home for minimal need of window coverings. Designed by architect Charles Bobo and built in 2017 by Tavis Westbrook Designs with drop-dead gorgeous (and FUNCTIONAL) custom cabinetry by Grandeur Cabinetworks. So many ideas for green home construction here! This home has an industrial grade roof, drip irrigation, electric car charger in garage, instant hotwater heater and more!
A short hop, skip and jump from 8626 Diceman, this “hill country modern” new build by homeowner Cheryl Huckabay and architect Mark Martinek is filled with Austin charm and great art, all around a huge outdoor lap pool. The original home on the lot was deconstructed, and the homeowner re-used many of the materials in her new home. The 2-story home is made of Austin Stone, cedar and painted hardie board — a blend of modern and natural elements to remind the homeowner of her native Austin.
4606 CHAPEL HILL
This mid-century modern masterpiece in the Cloisters neighborhood sits on more than three acres overlooking White Rock Lake. The house features towering stone walls, a commanding see-through fireplace, multiple staircases and warm, natural elements throughout. The two master bedrooms have stone floors, and one of the bathrooms includes a pink jacuzzi with sink to match. Nearly every window offers a sweeping view of the lake.We are honored to share this grand estate with our home tour patrons and celebrates its rich history. This estate showcases panoramic views of the lake in grand rooms that must be seen to believe!