9107 Cochran Bluff Ln. $699,000
Bluffview | 4 bedrooms, 3.1 baths, 3,758 square feet
One of only 16 homes in the gated Enclave at Bluffview neighborhood, this Mediterranean has a pool and wine grotto. Becky Frey and Natalie Hatchett for Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International.
Donate and get a Gift Card:
St. Bernard Sports will give a $30 gift card and raffle ticket for every gently-worn winter coat that is dropped off at it’s store at Inwood Village. “That means if you bring in 10 coats, we’ll give you $300 to spend and 10 chances at great store prizes”
Keep Dallas Warm Week:
Drop off a gently worn winter coat. Enjoy weeklong warm events including daily Raffles & Giveaways, Demonstrations of Ski gear, Clothing & Equipment and Food Trucks & Beverages. Showcasing all the best ski for 2013, Sotheby’s International Realty ski desk will highlight great properties around the world to buy or rent.
St. Bernard Sports – Inwood Village: 5570 W. Lovers Ln., #388 Dallas, TX 75209 (214.357.9700) Mon. – Sat. 10am – 8pm, Sun. Noon – 6pm
Coinciding with Mayor Mike Rawlings annual Homeless Week, Keep Dallas warm is a community-based initiative aimed at providing gently worn coats and clothing to every homeless and underprivileged person in the city of Dallas.
The idea began two years ago when Dallasite Jim Silcock came up with a plan to donate $10,000 worth of coats to Dallas’ homeless men, women and children. By reaching out to shelter and homeless advocates at Community Crossroads, The Stewpot and The Bridge, silcock calculated that a mere 1,800 coats would help every homeless person in Dallas to have a warmer winter. An estimated 3,600 coats and clothing items would meet the needs of the underprivileged and impoverished. Silcock has worked closely with Wes Goyer, owner of St. Bernard Sports, who generously donated outerwear items for the effort.
For more information please visit: keepdallaswarm.org/
“Pretty amazing … ONE BILLION DOLLARS IN 2012!!! I am so proud to be here in this office at this time in history.” – Becky
Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty announced that for the first time in its 52-year history the luxury real estate company has achieved more than $1 billion in annual sales. “This is a sign that confidence across the Dallas real estate market is strong,” said Robbie Briggs, CEO of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty. “And it’s a true confirmation that the investments Briggs Freeman has made over the past few years in strategic alliances, new offices, continuing to attract top-level agents and investment in strategic marketing initiatives have helped our clients sell their homes.”
The company now has more than 185 agents and offices on Lovers Lane, in Uptown, The Ballpark and Southlake/Colleyville, a Ranch and Land Division, and a strong team in Fort Worth.