Go inside this beloved Spanish eclectic home in Dallas’ Hollywood Heights

Mary Middleton said she and her husband Randy Spence fell in love with their Hollywood Heights home the second they walked through the front door in 1992. The Spanish Eclectic design, original details and vibrant interior drew them in, and they decided they would make it their mission to maintain its authenticity.

“We decided that we would try to restore it, rather than renovate it,” Middleton said.

The home on Clermont Avenue was designed by Clifford D. Hutsell, a noted architect whose other designs dot the landscape of the Lakewood area (his one-time personal home on Lakewood Boulevard is designated as a Dallas landmark).

Tax records say the house was built in 1946, but Middleton said further research revealed it was actually built in 1932.

The home is 2,187 square feet with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, all in their original configuration, Middleton said. The walls of the living

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Historic Houston home designed by Texas’ first Black architect hits market at $875,000

Phylicia Rashad, Debbie Allen and Muhammad Ali, along with every governor in Texas, are just a few of the people who have graced the halls of 3512 Oakdale Street — and you could be next.

The four-bedroom masterpiece designed in 1959 by John S. Chase was originally one story but was expanded to include a second floor to meet the needs of Chase’s growing family. As Texas’ first licensed Black architect, Chase was a pioneer in home design in the state during the 20th century, and his Oakdale Street home is a unique piece of history now on the market.

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The custom home was designed by Texas' first Black licensed architect John S. Chase.

The custom home was designed by Texas’ first Black licensed architect John S. Chase.

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Situated on a 16,590 sq. ft. cul-de-sac lot, the home’s “grand entertaining space” includes two designated living areas, a dining space and

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Ride the Crypto Boom with These 3 Stocks

Some 15% of the American public owns some form of cryptocurrency – and a large part of that group jumped on the bandwagon in the last two years. The digital currencies – Bitcoin is the most famous, but there are scores of others – offer users a distinct set of advantages, based on their blockchain technology. First, the crypto coins are secure – as a digital technology, blockchain is notoriously difficult to break. Second, the coins have the chief attribute of any store of value: scarcity. There is a mathematical limit to how many Bitcoin, for example, will ever exist – and that limit gives them their value. People want a secure online currency, are willing to pay for it, and the relatively scarce (compared to traditional fiat currencies) crypto coins offer both attributes. The result, in recent years, has been

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New model home now open for Spring Parade in northland’s Cadence community

The rolling hills of Kansas City’s northland is now home to the highly anticipated new home community, Cadence. Offering the perfect combination of quality homes, ideal location, and world-class amenities, Cadence is now open.

Conveniently located just east of N. Platte Purchase Road between NW 100th and 108th Streets, Cadence is a developing mixed-use master-planned community that when completed, will include 514 single family homes spread over 202 acres.

Cadence will feature homes built by an experienced, award-winning builder team made up of Ernst Brothers Home Construction, Hearthside Homes, McFarland Custom Builders, IHB Homes, Aspen Homes, SAB Homes, New Mark Homes, Patriot Homes, and Olympus Custom Homes. Each builder has extensive experience in the Kansas City home market, providing homeowners with a personalized, hands-on building process. Each builder offers a variety of floor plans and design finishes to suit any lifestyle. Buyers can choose between 80 floor plans that range

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EXCLUSIVE: Mobile home park where 1 person died was supposed to be shut down in January, state documents show

FRESNO, California (KGPE) – A Fresno mobile home park where one person died and another was injured in a fire Thursday night was supposed to be shut down in January.

State documents show that the permit for the site, the Trails End Mobile Home Park in the area of Sierra and Blackstone avenues in north Fresno, was revoked due to unsanitary and substandard conditions. Neighbors add that the code violations were overlooked for years.

The California Department of Housing and Community Development confirmed that the park owner was given notice to shut down on Jan. 21 because of safety concerns and code violations. However, the site remains operational, and residents continue to live there in sub-standard conditions.

HCD received and investigated complaints of unsanitary and substandard conditions within the park. Since then HCD has issued Notices of Violations, however the park owner has not been responsive.  Under these circumstances, HCD

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