If you are interested in the older and historic homes of Oak Cliff and Dallas, Diane Sherman is a Realtor who knows the communities from the inside out. Diane has been a resident of historic Winnetka Heights for 40 years. She is a founder of the Winnetka Heights Neighborhood Association and helped spark the preservation based renaissance of North Oak Cliff.
She serves in numerous neighborhood and community capacities. Chairing historic
improvement initiatives - lighting, signage, sidewalk replacement, park formation, Crime Watch - and presiding as President of neighborhood and school associations has given Diane a unique understanding of these quiet and beautiful areas.
Diane is dedicated to the community she serves and that dedication serves her clients well. More than a Realtor, Diane is a resource that assists buyers in knowing the neighborhood and the surrounding areas they will call home and guides sellers in marketing the strengths of their home and community.
Diane has a lifelong interest in older, historic homes stemming from visits with her uncle, Paul Buchanan, a noted 17th Century architectural historian with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation of Virginia. Perhaps this interest is why she has chosen to spend her life in a historic home and aid others who have chosen to experience the joys and comforts that classic homes can provide.
Diane is a Bellaire native, a University of Texas graduate, and a consistent multi-million dollar producer since obtaining her Real Estate License in 1995. Diane volunteers at Preservation Dallas instructing other Realtors on ways to foster the responsible stewardship associated with owning a protected structure and holds the Advanced Historic House Specialist certification. She has served on the City of Dallas Landmark Commission since April of 2013.