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This year's Tour is October 18th and 19th from noon to 6:00 both days.

Tickets for this year's 2014 OOCCL Fall Home Tour are available now online via Paypal at www.ooccl.com or at participating Tom Thumb's at 315 S. Hampton, 6333 E. Mockingbird at Abrams, and 633 W. Wheatland at Cedar Ridge in Duncanville. 

Tickets sold before October 18th are $20 and $12 for seniors.

During the weekend of the tour tickets may be purchased at Ticket Central at Simply Austin at 8th and Bishop or at any of the homes for full price at $25 and $15 for seniors.

Tour is rain or shine.

 
Economic incentives for Historic Properties in the Oak Cliff Gateway
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 Tonight at the October regularly scheduled OOCCL Board Meeting, incentives for retaining historic properties were presented and the following reccomendations were made to the League.

In an effort to dis-incentivize tear downs and incentivize preservation and adaptive reuse, it is suggestec OOCCL supports generous incentives to retain our character defining structures.  

The following:
1. Advocate 100% reduction in parking requirements for retail/office uses in Legacy Structures
2. Advocate 50% reduction in parking requirements for residential uses in Legacy Structures
3. Advocate Conditional Use permits for restaurants, office and retail located in CIty of Dallas Landmarks in any area of the Gateway.
4. Advocate Conditional Use permits for Bed and Breakfasts in City of Dallas Landmarks or National Register properties in any area of the Gateway.
5. Remove the Lancaster Commercial National Register Historic District from the Gateway or cap the height at 2-stories

Historic Incentives Gateway

 
Fall Home Tour Preview V - East Kessler
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You’ve all seen it. You drive past it, and every time you wonder how did they do that, why did they do that, and what does it look like inside. This year you finally have the chance to satisfy your curiosity about that wonderful house on the Kessler Parkway hill with the balcony resting gently on great, rising iron beams.



This structure of Tennessee Crab Orchard stone sits on a half-acre lot with towering pecan, cedar, and oak trees to welcome you up the steep hill onto a large, shaded covered-porch area. The house was built in 1957, but the original owners resided there only one year before a tragedy took their young child. The second owners called the house theirs for over fifty years. When the McDaniels, who are veterans of the Oak Cliff Home Tour, purchased the residence this year, they embarked on a three-month remodel.



Inside you will find a pleasurable mix of hardwood floors and plush carpeting. Unique custom cabinetry appears in the kitchen and living room. The newly remodeled kitchen, overlooking the wooded park area along the walkway path, has a great many modern features including granite countertops and a large wine storage refrigerator. There is a small, detached hobby room/garage that can serve many functions. The guest bedroom, master bedroom, and both bath areas have been recreated, enlarged, and tastefully decorated. The house has a crisp and smart feel to it with dynamic artwork on the walls. It is a bibliophile’s dream with floor-to-ceiling and bay window book shelves.



Stepping out on the balcony, experience the view from all directions. Each season brings excitement to the senses, as the trees, vines, and blooms are an ever-changing landscape throughout the year. Enjoy this Kessler Park house on the hillside.


 
Fall Home Tour Preview IV - Oak Park Estates
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When the current owners first saw this home nestled in the woods on an acre of land on a secluded street, it was love at first sight, and they knew they had found their idyllic location.   Designed by architect David Atteberry and built by developer A. W. Partleton in 1972, the home is perched on a cliff overlooking the woods and a creek.

 
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