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Bethany Erickson

Anne Rice’s Former St. Charles Street NOLA Pad Up for Sale – Again

By Bethany Erickson | June 10, 2018 | Comments Off on Anne Rice’s Former St. Charles Street NOLA Pad Up for Sale – Again

Fans of southern gothic novelist Anne Rice know that New Orleans is prime territory if you’re looking for settings from some of her most famous books. But one of her abodes (she’s had a few) in New Orleans is now up for sale, again. Located at 3711 St. Charles in Uptown New Orleans, the mansion […]

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Standalone Condo Is Perfect for Longhorn Fans – and Is Less Than $200K

By Bethany Erickson | June 8, 2018 | Comments Off on Standalone Condo Is Perfect for Longhorn Fans – and Is Less Than $200K

Sometimes we find great properties, and sometimes they are dropped in our laps — and this standalone condo in the planned community of Mueller is a latter instance. Never heard of Mueller? Located about 11 miles from the Austin city center, the community is the best of both worlds — city services without the city […]

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On CandysDirt.com: The Wednesday WTF Is a Whole Town

By Bethany Erickson | May 30, 2018 | Comments Off on On CandysDirt.com: The Wednesday WTF Is a Whole Town

Sometimes, when doing research for another story, you go down a rabbit hole at 3 a.m. and find another listing that sends you down another rabbit hole of WTF in Utah and then suddenly it’s 5 a.m. and your caffeine consumption for the next day puts your heart rate somewhere around hummingbird wings and over-sugared […]

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Terrell’s Warren-Crowell House, Now Restored, Is On the Market

By Bethany Erickson | May 27, 2018 | Comments Off on Terrell’s Warren-Crowell House, Now Restored, Is On the Market

When Robert Lee Warren built his Colonial Revival-Prairie School style mansion in 1897, Terrell, Texas, was about 24 years old, having taken root like so many towns in Texas did — along a railroad line. Although settlers first arrived in the area in the 1840s, it was the Texas and Pacific Railway’s march across North […]

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Cape Escape Offers Historical Shelter — and Income Potential — For Less than $1M

By Bethany Erickson | May 13, 2018 | Comments Off on Cape Escape Offers Historical Shelter — and Income Potential — For Less than $1M

It’s not often that you can find a property with the kind of income potential this week’s historical shelter has for less than $1 million. But this six bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath colonial revival home in Cape Charles, Virginia, has been lovingly restored and renovated, and also had an addition to accommodate the history of the home […]

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Houston Mansion Boasts Luxury —  and a Mysterious Original Owner

By Bethany Erickson | May 6, 2018 | 1 Comment

It’s a home designed by a famed architect, and it is also potentially the keeper of secrets of Houston elite — and now the Davis Mansion (or the Kingston-Davis House, as it’s now called) is up for sale. Depending on who you ask, Evalyn Davis was either romantically involved with oilman T.P. Lee, was a […]

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