I read about the brand new, two-way buffered bike lanes that were installed on Jefferson Boulevard today and I thought, “As a way to honor this long sought-after accomplishment, we should feature an Oak Cliff home for our Tuesday Two Hundred.” I started rummaging through MLS and my jaw dropped. Folks, you will not believe what I found.
I’m not sure exactly what date range qualifies a property to be a “Midcentury Modern,” but we’ll let in 618 Tiffany Trail in Richardson regardless because, come on, this home is amazing!
Tuesday Two Hundred: Have Your Checkbook Handy For This Charming, Colorful Oak Cliff Cottage That Just Hit MLS
Immensely cute. That’s my shoot-from-the-hip description of this Oak Cliff cottage. Located in Sunset View, just outside Ravinia Heights in the North Cliff Conservation District, this home is in an excellent location for anyone who wants to be both in close proximity to downtown Dallas and be near the festivals and shops in the Bishop Arts District.
Tuesday Two Hundred: Were You In Love With This 2012 White Rock Home Tour Mid Mod? Well, It’s on The Market!
It’s rare the we have a Tuesday Two Hundred that is a bona fide beauty queen, but today’s featured property was on last year’s White Rock Home Tour. This gorgeous Midcentury Modern made heads turn and faces green, and if you were one of the envious tour goers, now’s your chance to snap up this amazing home in Lakeland Hills for just $295,000.
Tuesday Two Hundred: Montebello Park Traditional Will Make The Perfect Nest For a Pair of Lovebirds!
Love is in the air! What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than christening your first home with your mate! This house, 4241 Somerville Avenue, is a cute, cozy traditional that will be perfect for a pair of lovebirds to make their nest!
This area is beyond hot — it’s smoking! Homes in the Ash Creek/Alger Park area are selling fast and for just about asking price — especially if they have been staged. This home has been staged by an expert, too, and I bet this listing — 9774 Twin Creek from Dave Perry-Miller agent Janice Parson — will get snapped up fast as well.
Tuesday Two Hundred: Buy a Clean Slate in Casa Linda Estates For $200K (Plus The Cost of Demolition)
If you were to buy 1223 Selva Drive, you’d get a house, sure, but I can’t guarantee you’d want to live in it.
What I can guarantee is that if you bought 1223 Selva, which is on the market for $199,950, you will get a gorgeous lot in one of the best neighborhoods in Dallas.
Oh my gosh this house is adorable! Is it not perfect for newlyweds? Just think: It’s completely remodeled, has great appliances and gorgeous refinished floors, and it’s near Marsh Lane and Walnut Hill — an excellent location for privacy and access.
This house is already so cute. I usually hate it when people say this, but it really does have great bones.
Marketed by Mike Bates, 610 Tenna Loma Court in West Kessler Heights has been expertly maintained and is ready for some color. There are three bedrooms, two baths, and just over 1,800 square feet in this home. You’re within a hop, skip, and jump from Stevens Park Golf Course, and the Bishop Arts District is just a short bike ride away. It’s on the market for a recently reduced $237,500.
I know, I know, houses aren’t exactly gifts. But what’s better than two young people in love, buying a house in a great neighborhood? That’s what I envision when I see 1634 McCosh. A young couple, signing the papers at the title company, getting the keys and racing over to their first home together. If that’s not a perfect Christmas vision, I don’t know what is!