Candy Evans reports Dallas ISD superintendent Mike Miles’ 3,566-square-foot North Dallas house, which he and his wife bought in May 2012 when they moved to Dallas, is on the market.
This doesn’t mean he’s looking to abandon his post. His Colorado Springs, Colo., home never sold and that’s where his wife and son recently returned. Makes sense then that he’d want to get out from under at least one of those mortgages. Writes Candy:
I contacted Mike Miles through his assistant and also through John Dahlander, News and Information Director for the DISD. Here’s what John told me:
“Mr. Miles loved his house in North Dallas but decided to downsize once his family moved back to Colorado for the school year. He has moved closer to the district’s administrative offices since he spends the majority of his time there,” says John, who says Miles told him he was going to sell Hockaday two weeks ago.
It was on the market last year for $749,000, but you may have heard that real estate prices locally have been rising.