House on Turtle Creek

July 27th, 2011



The House on Turtle Creek was initially built in the ’70s by Dallas, Texas architect Bud Oglesby. The original house had become aged and it badly needed renovation. Larry Speck—also a Texas architect—stepped in to bring this renovation to life. Sand blasted limestone and Almondria wood pull the house together both inside and out.

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  1. mg33 says:

    That’s a great house. Turtle Creek is a beautiful – but expensive – part of Dallas. I really like the tall windows throughout.

    Check out this place for sale in the same area – http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/6645-Northaven-Rd-Dallas-TX-75230/26851514_zpid/
    14,000 square feet!


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