About Pittman Stovall and the Residential Properties for Sale
A Tradition of Service Excellence
The legacy built by Judy Pittman continues as her family transitions, adding experienced real estate leadership, curated with her own hands. Her desire to extend her legacy in Dallas luxury real estate has manifested itself through this exciting new partnership we call "Pittman-Stovall."
Mrs. Judy Pittman
Judy Pittman built a successful reputation for selling high-rise real estate in Turtle Creek. She completed the final sell-out of The Claridge in a short three years, earning her the privilege of exclusive broker for other high-rise projects. Judy worked closely with real estate developers from the ground up and was instrumental in preserving the enchanting quality of the Turtle Creek neighborhood.
For The Mansion Residences, Judy lent her keen eye to the architects and builders and managed a full sell-out before breaking ground, a trend that would continue throughout her career. For her next two projects, Judy brought inspiration from one of her favorite cities, Paris. She worked from inception to completion on the Place des Vosges and The Vendome, both of which she named to reflect her love for the City of Light. Judy was a remarkably accomplished and trusted businesswoman gaining incredibly loyal clients and friends. Her fingerprints can be found throughout the storied streets of Turtle Creek and it was her creative touch that helped build lasting landmark residences.
Judy’s love for Dallas extended to her philanthropic endeavors. In 1985 she co-founded the Turtle Creek Association and continued to play an integral role in the organization throughout her life. Of her many contributions, Judy developed and chaired the Adopt-a-Bed program and helped fund continuous landscaping and beautification of the neighborhood streets. Judy also started Turtle Creek Home Tours, a fundraising event for the Association that encouraged locals to open their homes for viewing. A devout Catholic, Judy was a loyal attendant at her beloved Holy Trinity Catholic Church. In recognition of the importance the church served to her faith, Judy contributed to the transformation of the sanctuary through the donation of a new altar, baptismal font, ambo, tabernacle stand, and antique French Stations of the Cross. Furthermore, Judy was active in The Junior League of Dallas, Dallas Woman’s Club, The Marianne Scruggs Garden Club, and the Dallas Country Club.