It’s that time of year again—the days when the D Home staff piles into a clown car, logs miles and miles and miles, and fights to the death to determine the homes that are fairest of them all—based solely on curb appeal. Past complaints, such as “They’re all in Highland Park” and “They’re all built in the 1940s,” don’t hold up this go. This year’s winners span from the Cliff to North Dallas, and more than a few were built in the aughts. So there.

Click here to explore a gallery of the winners from this year and years past.

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