Living inside 635 makes perfect sense for the under 40 set, especially considering how kid-friendly many neighborhoods are becoming as homebuyers are choosing to live closer to work, shopping, and amenities. For a low-maintenance lifestyle that allows you to lock and leave while not skirting amenities, this great unit inside the Vallera Condominiums is the perfect choice.
I love the quirky and personal, which sometimes gets obliterated when people stage homes for sale. You lose a lot of the fun details that went into a house, features that really made it a home for someone.
Sure, it’s a little rough around the edges in some spots, especially with the curb appeal, but this 1963-built Midcentury Modern in Oak Cliff is a great house with some truly trademark 60s style. No further proof necessary than the almost-flat roof, the dual carport, and the half-brick facade.
Everyone who moves to the city imagines having one of those chic lofts that evoke some kind of urban daydream. If you want that dream to become a reality, then you ought to consider this gorgeous loft in the very trendy Farmers Market area.
The painting of the cyclist above the dining room bench is a dead giveaway for me that the sellers of this gorgeous M Streets townhome are urban, chic, and home to some folks who would rather commute on two wheels rather than four. Considering that Transit Bikes is just across Greenville Avenue from this adorable three-story unit with attached side yard.
Tuesday Two Hundred: Living in University Terrace Was Never Sweeter, Thanks to This Priced-to-Sell Updated Ranch
University Terrace is a total deal, folks. Not only do you have a great community with access to mass transit, White Rock Lake, excellent bike trails, and great shopping nearby, but you also are inside the Lakewood attendance area with Lakewood Elementary and Woodrow Wilson High School — both of which are award-winning DISD campuses.
Sometimes I love it when a family lists their home with tons of personal touches. For me, it allows me to see the home as it was intended — a place for a family to grow and make memories.
Rarely do we find a house in the $200K range that is just a perfect home. A home so cute and sweet that, try as hard as we might, we can’t find anything that really turns us off about this cute little East Dallas cottage, and that’s a mighty big feat!
Sure, a fresh coat of paint is necessary for a home heading for the market, but it won’t make a $250,000 home into a $325,000 home. And while 8806 Rolling Rock is a good, balanced contemporary home, it’s a listing that’s fallen victim to optimistic pricing.