This style was developed by the Green brothers in California. The front porch is supported by tapered columns and open bracketed eaves are distinguishing features of this style found in Junius Heights, Vickery Place, Winnetka Heights and scattered through the older neighborhoods of Dallas.
This Junius Heights landmark is grander and more involved than the generic craftsman-style bungalows that are scattered throughout the older neighborhoods. See More
Craftsman Bungalow Representing 100 Years of Modernism
In the Belmont Addition neighborhood of Dallas, between the restaurants of Greenville Avenue and ten blocks from the trails around White Rock Lake, you will find this 1,400 square foot... See More