Cedar Crest House
The renovation has begun. This is the place to check out all the happenings at the Cedar Crest House as we remodel and restore the house to its original beauty and charm.
Built in 1905, this three-story, 5,000 square foot Victorian style home was the stately residence for Lark Owen Daniel (L.O. Daniel), a prominent millenary company owner and president of the Dallas Chamber of Commerce. The home remained in the Daniel family until the 1980s when it was sold and turned into a commercial property. The "Cedar Crest House" as it was named by L.O. Daniel, was granted Landmark designation status in 1984. The home was vacant for the past five years, until the partners at Kelly, Durham & Pittard Law Firm purchased the home in May of 2016. The partners are in the process of remodeling and restoring it, giving the home a new life as the working offices of the firm. Kelly, Durham & Pittard look forward to opening its doors to the community, and plan to offer the home as a venue for hosting events, receptions and conference space in the future.