Wednesday, April 18, 2012

The Historic Homes of Lakewood and Lower Greenville Pt. 1. Photos from Block 6000 of Prospect Avenue in Dallas, Tx.






This is another one-of-a-kind home designed by Clifford Hutsell, who built about 50 homes in the Dallas Lakewood area between and the mid 1920s and early 1940s. Self-taught, his Spanish-eclectic style homes were known for multicolored glazed tiles, ornate metal work, stylish chimneys, wide arches, large stained glass windows and exterior stairs to second floor balconies. The next time you cruise down Lakewood Boulevard to White Rock Lake, keep your eyes peeled for a number of his distinctive creations.


By Troy Corman, www.t2realestate.com

Troy Corman is the founder of t2 Real Estate LLC, a Dallas real estate firm providing specialized knowledge with a hands-on approach. Specialties include residential real estate brokerage, land and acreage, and commercial real estate services. Contact us today at 214.827.1200 if you need to sell, buy or get your DFW property leased.

2 comments:

Bruce Dyson said...

I love this house. I love the Spanish colonial look that it has. I have been working with a few real estate brokers to try and find a house just like this own. Dream house right there.

troy corman said...

Yes, I love it as well. One of my faves and I walk by it often on the evening dog walk.