Leases Available In The Wake Of Dallas Storms

It’s been more than two weeks since the Dallas storms displaced many North Texas families. If you’re still looking for a temporary home while cleanup and repairs are underway, we’ve gathered a list of properties available for lease.


4314 Nortcrest Bathroom

4314 Northcrest Road | Preston Hollow


4522 Walnut Hill

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242 easton

242 Easton Road | Old Lake Highlands


5930 Belmont Avenue Low Res

5930 Belmont Avenue | Lakewood


5320 Glenwick Lane Room Low Res

5320 Glenwick Lane | Greenway Crest



731 Woodlawn Avenue | Kessler Park


6622 Hillwood

6622 Hillwood Lane | North Dallas


4316 Hartford Street #9 Room Low Res

4316 Hartford Street #9 | Oak Lawn


4323 Dickason Avenue #20 Low Res

4323 Dickason Avenue #20 | Oak Lawn



6856 Heatherknoll Drive | North Dallas


1706 Bluffview

1706 Bluffview Lane | Carrollton


Contact your Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate associate for details. To see more properties available for lease, visit

10 Must-See Open Houses

Enjoy your weekend with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate and our amazing agents at these properties.


2908 Southwestern Boulevard | North Dallas | $1,349,000



2 Grantley Court | North Dallas | $1,175,000



6908 Forest Cove Circle | North Dallas | $1,175,000



4918 Milam Street | Knox/Henderson | $955,000



1614 Oak Knoll Street | Kessler Park | $649,900



2815 Lawtherwood Place | Lakewood | $649,000



118 E Brooklyn Avenue | Cedar Crest | $569,000



9730 Forestridge Drive | Lake Highlands | $399,000



2202 Apollonia Lane | Uptown | $374,500



3424 Bevaann Drive | Farmers Branch | $370,000

10 Must-See Open Houses

Enjoy your weekend with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate and our amazing agents at these properties.


4524 Rheims Place | Highland Park | $2,795,000



4241 Woodfin Drive | Preston Hollow | $2,350,000



6839 Orchid Lane | Preston Hollow | $2,295,000



8401 Linwood | Bluffview | $1,647,000



4441 Gloster Road | Preston Hollow | $1,495,000



6206 Vickery Boulevard | Lakewood | $1,195,000



5829 Belmont Avenue | Lower Greenville | $980,000



1999 McKinney Avenue | Victory Park | $799,000



10194 Vistadale Drive | Lake Highlands | $550,000



2465 Yuma Drive | Little Elm | $378,900

10 Timeless White Kitchens

Whether you want an all-white kitchen or at least a hint of white, this color gives off a pure and bright presence to the area. Just imagine cooking up a storm in these kitchens with your friends and family. 



5020 Park Lane | Preston Hollow | $6,975,000



3813 Maplewood Ave | Highland Park | $4,800,000



4524 Rheims Place | Highland Park | $2,795,000



4010 Hockaday Drive | Hockaday | $1,699,999



4539 Crooked Lane | North Dallas | $1,285,000



5829 Belmont Avenue | Lower Greenville | $980,000



4111 Travis Street #1 | Uptown | $945,000



9428 Biscayne Boulevard | The Peninsula | $899,000



5598 Bayshore Drive | Athens | $775,000



2815 Lawtherwood Place | Lakewood | $649,000

New Issue, New Name: Enclave Magazine Now Available

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We are pleased to announce the release of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate’s latest magazine issue, featuring its new title – Enclave.

The tenth edition of the luxury home publication represents a variety of North Texas’ exceptional luxury properties, and editorials that encompass many of the established neighborhoods featured.

Stories in Enclave include an in-depth interview with noted designer Allan Knight, a look behind the craft of Kristi Kennimer, and the up-and-coming local business boom in Lake Highlands.

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The 2019 fall/winter edition was recently mailed to approximately 50,000 households across North Texas.

Visit to see the full digital version of Enclave.

10 Must-See Open Houses

Enjoy your weekend with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate and our amazing agents at these properties.


10115 Waller Drive | Preston Hollow | $3,290,000



3130 N Harwood Street #2301 | Downtown | $2,349,000



2215 Kessler Woods Court | Kessler Park | $1,895,000



9414 Lake Highlands W | The Peninsula | $1,485,000



10700 Morning Glory Drive | North Dallas | $1,180,000



4441 Gloster Road | Preston Hollow | $1,495,000



7212 Glendora Avenue | North Dallas | $925,000



3907 Park Lane | Midway Hollow | $749,900



3905 Clubway | Farmers Branch | $425,000



12251 Red Hawk Drive | Frisco | $374,500


To view all our open houses and discover dates and times, visit

5 Global Delicacies Worth Traveling For

If you think you’ve sampled the best food the world has to offer, have you given these five a try? You may have to jet to the far corners of the world and track down obscure eateries, but these global delicacies are well worth the effort. And these treats are just the tip of the iceberg: wherever you find yourself in the world, there is something luxurious to sample.



To find the best delicacy in Italy, you’ll have to put in some work. As part of a truffle hunting experience, you will actually walk through forests with an expert truffle hunter, find some of the intensely-flavored fungus, and enjoy a meal of handmade pasta with your freshly harvested truffles. This is a unique culinary adventure that most diners will never experience. The intense, earthy flavor of black truffles is a fitting reward to a long walk in the woods.




Escamoles are ant eggs – or you might see them on menus as ant caviar. But the experience of eating them is not like other insect based cuisine. The eggs resemble small nuts, and have a nutty flavor and pleasantly crunchy texture. They are said to be a genuinely unique eating experience, a treat like no other. They are often sautéed until crispy and served on their own, or in omelets or tacos. You can find them at many Mexico City restaurants, and they are featured at Ramona in Cancun.




It may sound odd to describe the humble asparagus as a luxury delicacy, but the unique, white asparagus grown in Germany is only available a few months out of the year and is held in very high regard. Farmers produce white asparagus by mounding soil around the plants, keeping the delicate spears out of the sunlight. To sample this special ingredient, you must visit Germany during Spargelzeit, or asparagus season, which usually goes from mid-April to mid-June. As long as you’ve carefully planned your trip, you won’t have any trouble finding this delicacy, usually prepared simply with butter and salt.




To add to the luxury of tasting Jamon de Iberico Bellota from Spain, the Spanish food importer Brindisis offers a ham carving service for private parties. This ham is produced in Spain from pigs finished on acorns. The ham is then cured for over three years, and is said to be the finest in the world, with an unparalleled flavor and texture. And having a private carving service makes this delicacy a must-have when traveling in Great Britain. You won’t need much to complement this ham, just some good bread and Spanish olive oil.




Bourbon is a uniquely American delicacy, and Pappy Van Winkle is a standout producer. Its popularity and small-batch production have made it increasingly hard to find, so the enjoyment of this quality liquor is increased through its exclusivity. Your best bet for finding the elusive spirit is to check the company’s list of retailers and be prepared to call many, many shops before scoring a bottle. If you can’t find a bottle, you may still be able to find a bar serving Pappy, but be prepared to pay top dollar for a taste.

For the epicurean world traveler, finding these delicacies may be almost as enjoyable as consuming them. There’s something truly special about tucking into a local meal that few know about or have access to. If you have a refined palette, these delicacies will truly impress you.


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10 Must-See Open Houses

Enjoy your weekend with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate and our amazing agents at these properties.


5915 Boca Raton Drive | North Dallas | $2,099,000



4309 Amherst Avenue | University Park | $1,749,000



1 Wooded Gate Drive | North Dallas | $1,230,000



3826 N Versailles Avenue | Bluffview | $1,059,000



1157 King Mark Drive | Lewisville | $925,000



906 Salmon Drive | Kessler Park | $592,000



4406 Bowser Avenue #9 | Oak Lawn | $450,000



2009 Southerland Avenue | Cedar Crest | $439,000



702 N Windomere Avenue | Kessler Park | $354,000



4317 Cinnabar Drive | Buckner Terrace | $299,500


To view all our open houses and discover dates and times, visit


7 Etiquette Rules For Home Sellers

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If you’re trying to sell your home, you’ve probably scrutinized it, staged it, and scrubbed it down as if the folks from Architectural Digest were stopping by for a cover shoot. OK, so it’s in immaculate shape — but your home isn’t the only thing under scrutiny here. You are, too. That’s right: No matter how nice your home is, your behavior can also affect how buyers feel about making an offer.


Below are seven etiquette rules sellers should follow to show their home — and themselves — in the best possible light.


Leave — Sure, you’re dying to know if prospective buyers will love what you’ve done with the kitchen, but agents agree sellers should not be there lurking in the shadows during an open house or showing.


Take your pets with you — You may think your dog is the cutest ever, but not everyone is bound to share that opinion. In addition to having allergies, some home shoppers may not be in the market for a run-in with an animal they don’t know.


Move your car — Make it easy for visitors to park and view your home. No one likes parking issues. Having them is a sure way to get a viewing off to a bad start.


Offer some refreshments — House hunters can get parched and peckish. You can help. Putting out a few small bottled waters in a bowl of ice is always appreciated, along with some light, easy grab-and-go sort of refreshments like mints or cookies.


Be patient waiting for feedback­ — Of course, you’re dying to know what buyers thought of your home, but that information may not flow back to you instantaneously. It’s reasonable to ask for feedback from your agent after the showing, but understand it may take a day or two for the buyer’s agent to respond.


Don’t be greedy — Who doesn’t want top dollar for their home? But an unwillingness to negotiate can kill a possible deal and keep your home on the market long after you were hoping to be unpacking at your new place.


Listen to the professionals ­­— If your Realtor has some suggestions for improvements that may help sell your home faster, take them to heart but don’t take them personally. Keep emotions out and listen to what a licensed, trained, professional has to say about your house.


To find the right agent for your residential real estate needs, visit


Get Festive With Fall-Ready Porches

October is in full swing and fall weather can’t come fast enough. Whether you’re dreaming of enjoying the crisp air, watching colorful leaves fall or spending afternoons with coffee and a good read, consider these front porches for every autumn occasion.



3816 Miramar Avenue | Highland Park | $4,295,000



2908 Southwestern Boulevard | University Park | $1,375,000



5255 Vickery Boulevard | Vickery Place | $1,050,000



1524 Cedar Hill Avenue | Kessler Park | $995,000



8914 Santa Clara Drive | Little Forest Hills | $697,000



10105 Ridgehaven Drive | Lake Highlands | $580,000



905 N Montclair Avenue | Kessler Park | $450,000



1219 Stafford Street | Kessler Park | $450,000



208 N Brighton Avenue | Kessler Park | $375,000



837 Melba Street | Kessler Park | $355,000