Monthly Archives: January 2018

Here are the properties available in the Dallas neighborhood served by Lakewood Elementary.


6806 Patrick

$650,000 – 4 BEDS 3 BATHS – 2,232 SQFT

Beautifully updated home in Lakewood elementary. Features 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, hardwoods throughout, and newly remodeled kitchen. Kitchen has Bosch appliances, gas range, Delta Touch faucet, water filter, farmhouse sink, and granite counters. Home sits on .3 of an acre with a huge backyard, detached garage with two bonus rooms, and an electric gate.


6936 Sperry 

$649,900 – 3 BEDS 2 BATHS – 2,029 SQFT

Updated 3 bedroom 2 bath home in Lakewood Elementary. Completely remodeled kitchen, bathrooms, flooring, paint. Kitchen has quartz counter tops, SS Kitchen Aid appliances. Great living spaces with open floor-plan. Bathroom vanities have marble counter-tops, Master bath has separate tub and shower with glass door. Wood flooring throughout with carpet in bedrooms. Laundry room has WD connections, with built-in cabinets and sink. Open Patio that overlooks beautiful backyard.



$600,000 – 3 BEDS – 2 BATHS – 2,453 SQFT

Terrific location in the heart of Lakewood ready for renovation. This traditional home has been very well maintained and is ready for your cosmetic updates or addition. The kitchen has been previously updated with a center island, lots of cabinets and solid surface counters. There are hardwood floors under the carpet and two original 50s style tiled bathrooms. Each of the three bedrooms has two closets plus there are several large closets in the bedroom hallway. The den at the back of the home features a gas start wood burning fireplace. Beautiful drive up with large mature trees and a covered front entry porch. Close proximity to the coveted Lakewood Elementary School. Home to be sold as-is.


We asked and you answered!  Topping your list of “house goals” for 2018 are renovations and organization.   

Tackling Organization…

From Marie Kondo’s “KonMari”  organization technique to the thousands of Pinterest boards dedicated to storage tips and tricks, the amount of information can be overwhelming; making it difficult to determine HOW to begin to implement your resolution to have a more organized home.

I have a simple suggestion; listen to yourself.

  • Do you hate seeing the mail piled on the kitchen table the minute you walk in the door?
  • Frustrated by digging through the pantry for dinner ingredients every night?
  • Hate walking by the mess of shoes and coats on your entryway floor every evening before you go to bed?

Pick the ONE problem area that is the most frustrating to you and FIX IT!  After all, as organizational author Christina Scalise notes:

“Organization isn’t about perfection; it’s about efficiency, reducing stress and clutter, saving time and money and improving your overall quality of life.”

I think that’s a sentiment we can all support in 2018.