Swiss Avenue (Dallas, TX)
By Sharon Parisi, Dallas Homes
(United Real Estate Dallas )
    Mother's Day Swiss Avenue Home Tour Sunday, May 11 is the last day of the Mother's Day Swiss Avenue Home Tour.  Eight early 2oth Century homes will be open to guests. A shuttle will be available to take guests from house to house. Activities for the entire family include a display of antiques cars,  live music, art, FREE horse drawn carriage rides, and arts and crafts for children.  Food and beverages will be available in Savage Park on Swiss Avenue.  The Sno-Cone truck will be popular with the warm temperature predicted for tomorrow.   Swiss Avenue History Swiss Avenue, located in Munger Place, became the first historic district in Dallas in 1973.  The following year, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Today , Munger Place is also a Dallas Historical Landma...
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By Judith Abbott
(Coldwell Banker Residential)
I am sure that when AR people began planning Rain Camp for Dallas this year, they didn't plan on Mother Nature's participation in making it rain.  She sure did show up, just in time to give our out-of-state visitors a true measure of how much fun we can have out here in Texas making it rain. I have spent most of my life living in North Texas.  During that time, I have seen two major tornadic events.  The first was the locally famous tornado of 1957 that ripped through parts of Oak Cliff and threatened downtown.  I was in grade school but I have very clear memories of the color of the sky.  The sky that afternoon was very green, a green that was just wrong.  What I know now is that the reason the sky goes green is because that is the color that light ma...
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By Mike Pannell
(Nu Home Source Realty LLC)
Swiss Avenue is a single tree-lined street of elegance located within Dallas, TX, making up one of the most elaborate and charming neighborhoods within the area, as well as one of the oldest. The neighborhood is made up of around 200 residential restored and preserved historic homes, which make up one of Dallas’s historic districts, entered on the National Register of Historic Places as of March 28, 1974. The street is 2.5 miles long, lined with mansions, estates, and other large and historic homes, located between LaVista and Fitzhugh. It is one of Dallas’s most prized Landmark Districts, with specific homes that are entered on the register due to age and preservation throughout the many years. Styles that exist within the neighborhood vary across several styles including: Prairie-styl...
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By Karen Richards
(Keller Williams Realty Allen)
  Gorgeous Tudor Style Swiss Avenue Home - Dallas, Texas 75206 6122 Bryan Parkway Dallas, Texas 75206   Have you been dreaming about owning a gorgeous Swiss Avenue home in Dallas?  Here’s your chance!  Located in the highly sought after Historic District, this Swiss Avenue home has everything you could ask for!   Jim Berrong 214-288-4561 of Ebby Halliday Realtors has this stunning Swiss Avenue home listed.         This exquisite Tudor Swiss Avenue home was built in 1999 and has 3,294 square feet.  It features 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths, along with 2 generous sized living areas!  The impressive kitchen of this Swiss Avenue home opens to the living area and breakfast nook and contains a large butler’s pantry complete with a sink and wine chiller.   With a distinctly European style and fl...
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