Friday Four Hundred, For the Modern Tastes: A Tribute to the Tri-Level

There is this young man named Rucker Hill. His mother is Nathan Grace Real Estate dynamo Peggy Hill. Now Rucker is apparently remodeling homes with Rucker Design & Build, and we are so very glad — look at this baby! This is a 1973 era home, and those years are very hot with young buyers, I hear. You get over 2000 square feet and the necessities of three bedrooms, two and a half baths, two living areas. You get a creek lot (almost 1/3rd acre) in Lake Highlands and you get style, baby. Tri level: we were discussing tri-levels just this week. Two-thirds of the homes on Long Island are tri-levels. I think we ought to have a national Tri-Level Day! The living/den here is on the second level, with walls of glass, and that coveted open kitchen-dining. Rucker has given this Brady Bunch design 21st century updates like baby-butt smooth walls, sleek gourmet kitchen, great white baths with vessels, hardwoods, walk-in pantry, & much more. I will be eagerly awaiting his next move… this angel can be found at 10726 Meadowcliff at a mere, a MERE $425,000.

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  • So happy for Rucker and Rebecca. I love their aesthetic and I especially love that they are setting new ceilings for values in East Dallas neighborhoods. What neighborhing homeowner wouldn't want them to do a project in their neighborhood?

  • So happy for Rucker and Rebecca. I love their aesthetic and I especially love that they are setting new ceilings for values in East Dallas neighborhoods. What neighborhing homeowner wouldn't want them to do a project in their neighborhood?