Look: All of the homes on the Oak Cliff home tour

The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League, which recently changed its name to Heritage Oak Cliff, announced the eight homes on this year’s fall home tour.

The tour, Oct. 21-22, features homes from Kessler Park to the Dallas Zoo area and Cedar Oaks.

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The home pictured above is on Colorado Boulevard and was built in 1927 in the beaux arts style. It was expanded and renovated in 2008 by architect Bryan Trubey.

This one, on South Storey Street, is so close to the Dallas Zoo that its residents can hear the roar of lions every morning, and they can see the hippo habitat from their second-floor patio.

Architect Lukas Petrash originally purchased this one-third acre lot for himself and began making plans for the home before selling it to clients and reworking the design for them.

Here are more photos of homes on the tour:

Kiest Forest
Michigan Avenue
Kessler Parkway
Kessler Woods Trail
Salmon Drive
Mayrant Drive
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