This 1920s historic home is the original home of Ted Dealey and his family. Its architectural significance comes from the second floor architect Charles Dilbeck transformed into a library parlor that is both masculine and fanciful. The aesthetic allure is quickly realized when this shingle home with a massive stone chimney is seen nestled under the arching tress on a half acre estate lot a few blocks from Highland Park Village. The owner’s passion for the Park Cities and Dallas is evident by their desire to sell this home for less than the land value to a buyer who will realize the potential of the existing home. Please contact me, Douglas Newby, at 214.522.1000 if you are interested in purchasing or selling a significant home.