Want to buy a historic mansion in Oak Cliff?

One of the few protected historic landmarks in Oak Cliff is on the market.

The L.O. Daniel mansion, also known as Cedar Crest House, was built in 1905. It’s older than Sunset High School, another protected landmark, which is its neighbor across Jefferson Boulevard. It was built on the Texas and Pacific rail line, and it’s one of the last remaining Victorian country houses in Dallas.

It is one of seven protected historic landmarks in our neighborhood.

The house was converted years ago for offices, and its current tenant is Oak Cliff Coalition for the Arts, which produces the Oak Cliff Cinco de Mayo parade.

The building is listed at $575,000.

By |2017-01-04T22:29:26-05:00February 18th, 2016|News, Preservation|1 Comment

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