Midway Hollow is a big star among affordable Dallas neighborhoods. Lots of houses there, like our Thursday Three Hundred, have been totally remodeled to look fresh and modern, but still ring in under $400K.
Located at 3770 Dunhaven Rd. near Walnut Hill and Marsh Lanes in the North Davilla Drive neighborhood, this home is beautifully done with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,413 square feet on one story, built in 1951. It has hardwood floors and fresh paint throughout, with a new kitchen and master bathroom, among other areas. There’s a partially open floorplan, and a great backyard. Let’s take a look!
Midway Hollow is bordered by Midway Road on the east, Walnut Hill Lane on the north, Marsh Lane on the west, and Northwest Highway on the south. There are about 2,600 houses in the area, which was established in the early 1950s, and houses average about 1,500 square feet. This property is just a few blocks from Bachman Lake and its park, with 5K hike-and-bike trail, picnic areas, a pavilion, boating, Bachman Recreation Center, and indoor aquatic center.
The curb appeal is updated with fresh paint, gray shingles, a new walkway, and stamped cement porch.
Inside, those hardwoods greet you, as do recessed lights, fresh paint, and a floorplan that opens the kitchen to the dining and living areas. That kitchen is all new, with an island, black granite countertops, white Shaker-style cabinets, new hardware, backsplash, and stainless steel appliances, including a gas range.
Hardwoods extend into the bedrooms — no carpet in sight — and the bathrooms are renovated. The master has marble tile and a walk-in shower. The second bathroom has a new claw foot bathtub, new pedestal sink, and fresh paint.
In back, there’s a two-car garage with wood privacy fence, lots of grassy green space, mature trees, and a wood deck.
This home was listed Feb. 6 by Kristi Holland with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty for $345,000.