House For Sale
With home prices nearing all-time highs, and rent rates setting records across the Dallas-Fort Worth area, it is not an easy time to be in the buying market.
At $5.5 million, you can get it all. The Chateau on Montserrat is just that kind of house.
It’s a perfect home for a staycation. The $1.7 million home in Westlake is spread out on a one-acre lot on the banks of a man-made lake. In terms of recreational activity realtor Roxann Taylor says there’s plenty.
For some, a wine rack just isn’t enough. With that in mind, in this CBS 11 Living Large takes a tour of a home in Westlake made for a wine collector — with a Texas-sized cellar.
Façade Norde is a landmark on Fort Worth’s Boat Club Road. The Scottish-French castle was built as an homage to family heritage.
Looking to downsize, the Sunderlands put their Southlake home on the market expecting to have time to find a smaller place. But, just hours into the open house, the plan changed… quickly. A realtor says the trend is helping fuel “the new bubble.”
It’s a big decision that many have very little time to make and few choices to choose from. CBS 11 News takes a close up look at the race to find and buy the few available homes in Frisco.
Today’s Living Large is a modern bachelor pad in the Turtle Creek area of Dallas. It was featured on the Turtle Creek Association home tours this month.
White walls, black trim on doors and windows, long hallways – all perfect spaces for an art gallery. And, in fact, this is a house made for someone who loves art.
The former home of Neiman Marcus icon Stanley Marcus, where fashion designers and celebrities often danced the night away, remains one of Dallas’ most talked about properties — and is currently up for sale.
If you need space to practice roundhouse kicks and fist-enforced Texas justice, you’re in luck: Chuck Norris’ spacious Dallas home, often featured in his television series, “Walker, Texas Ranger,” is on the market.
With the average interest rate for a 30-year fixed mortgage hovering around 4-percent, some North Texans are looking to buy their first home and a cable television program wants to be there through the process.