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Incredibly preserved 1950s Time Capsule House in Dallas could be yours

Originally designed by renowned architect Gordon Nichols in 1954 and restored by its current owner, graphic designer Carlos Cardoza in 1994, the four-bedroom house features an open-plan layout, original cabinetry, a retro swimming pool and vaulted ceilings. Related: Award-winning renovation slashes mid-century home’s carbon footprint by 80% It is located at 11016 Pinocchio Drive, one among several roads in Dallas named after Disney characters and part of a post-war development project built in the 1950s by the National Association of Home Builders.
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