Thursday Three Hundred: Luxury Living in Kings Highway For $304K. Seriously.

Y’all already know that I love Craftsman homes, I am a sucker for Oak Cliff, and I am very, very lazy.

That’s why I am seriously in LOVE with 907 N. Winnetka. First, it’s in Kings Highway Conservation District, which is an amazing neighborhood! Second, this listing may say it was built in 1918, but on the inside, it’s all brand-spanking new. Third, you can get top-of-the-line interiors, an amazing front porch and a gorgeous backyard for only … $304,000! No joke, guys! All that stainless steel and marble, brand new hardwoods and tile, all in one of the best investment markets in Dallas for just $304,000.

Seriously, this home is such a beauty. The current owners took this house down to the studs and restored it, and my oh my, did they do a great job!  I love how they opened up the dining and living areas, but still kept some sense of separation with the half walls. And check out the built-ins! That sideboard with the marble and glass cabinets is such a wonderful touch to the dining room.

The kitchen, well, that’s what’s going to sell this house in my opinion. The marble counters and eat-in island are just perfect for entertaining, and if you’ve ever been to a function in North Oak Cliff, you’d know that this neighborhood of young families, established couples, and professionals LOVES to party. Add to that the high-end stainless appliances and you’ll be wanting for nothing. Plus, it’s super bright and airy!

With just over 1,900 square feet in this three-bedroom, two-bath home, you can bet that the bedrooms are sizable. That’s true for the master suite, which has these gorgeous corner windows.

Now, the master bath is a work of art, I think. It’s not often that you can put in a corner shower without it looking a bit haphazard, but pairing it with a claw-foot tub and even more marble in the double vanity, well, that’s a stroke of genius. The sliding doors to the closet are a seamless addition as well, making this bathroom look tailor-made.

The backyard is pretty stellar, too. Check out that patio! I can just imagine the great cocktail parties the new owner will throw back here! Just hang some cool lights from the pergola and voila! Instant entertainment space!

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  • Lord have mercy! I want the name of that paint color and I want to EAT IT!!! So yummy. Jo, honey, you are not lazy. You are Gen Y! None of you really like to fix up houses that much.

  • mm

    Lord have mercy! I want the name of that paint color and I want to EAT IT!!! So yummy. Jo, honey, you are not lazy. You are Gen Y! None of you really like to fix up houses that much.

  • This one looks great, but I think it is a little north of Winnetka Heights.

  • This one looks great, but I think it is a little north of Winnetka Heights.

  • I love that paint, too! It's like this cool green-blue-grey and it's super sexy!

  • mm

    I love that paint, too! It's like this cool green-blue-grey and it's super sexy!

  • Jonathan, you are right! Upon closer inspection, this home is actually in the Kings Highway Conservation District, which is also an awesome neighborhood and is super active, too!

  • mm

    Jonathan, you are right! Upon closer inspection, this home is actually in the Kings Highway Conservation District, which is also an awesome neighborhood and is super active, too!

  • Craftsman or Arts & Crafts Bungalows have been in full rage in California for years. Check out Bungalow magazine for free at Barnes & Noble Northwest Hwy across from NorthPark. The paint could be Martha Stewart's Bedford Gray.

    http://marthamoments.blogspot.com/2006/05/marthas-move-to-bedford.html

    "In fact, the entire palette of the property is gray – Bedford Gray, which is now a paint color sold through her Martha Stewart Living paint line at the Home Depot. Gray stone stables, gray fencing, gray siding and barns dot the landscape."

  • Craftsman or Arts & Crafts Bungalows have been in full rage in California for years. Check out Bungalow magazine for free at Barnes & Noble Northwest Hwy across from NorthPark. The paint could be Martha Stewart's Bedford Gray.

    http://marthamoments.blogspot.com/2006/05/marthas-move-to-bedford.html

    "In fact, the entire palette of the property is gray – Bedford Gray, which is now a paint color sold through her Martha Stewart Living paint line at the Home Depot. Gray stone stables, gray fencing, gray siding and barns dot the landscape."

  • That kitchen and the master bath are a slam dunk!!!

  • That kitchen and the master bath are a slam dunk!!!