Thursday Three Hundred: Need Some Room to Breathe? Casa Linda Estates Cutie Has a Huge Lot, Tons of Living Space

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I love finding a great house in my neck of the woods. This Casa Linda Estates house just hit the market and it is perfect. I bet this three-bedroom, two-bath house at 9815 Redondo will go fast, too. It’s marketed at $349,900 by Ebby agent Brian Parker.

This house, built in 1945, is completely remodeled and feels very sleek and new on the inside and out. There are three living areas, and two of them have fireplaces that will keep this 2,000-square-foot one-story feeling cozy.

Everything inside this house has had a fresh coat of bright white paint, which will really set off a budding art collection or your family portraits. In fact, this is a great house for an active family considering that it’s less than a mile from White Rock Lake and super close to Casa Linda Shopping Center, which will soon have its very own Torchys Tacos.

The kitchen is so pretty, and I especially like the rectangular mosaic tile on the backsplash, which looks pretty keen with the dark cabinets and stainless appliances. The flooring, which appears to be a sand-colored Marmoleum, is very attractive.

The bedrooms and baths, well, they’re typical. I do love the gray paint in the master, but the master bath, with it’s white on white cabinets and counters and outdated faucets does nothing for me.

The den, though, that’s where I could see myself spending a lot of time. I love the mosaic hearth on the curved fireplace. It’s such a great detail. The bright white wood paneling is gorgeous, too, and looks really amazing with the painted white exposed beam ceiling.

Now, if you’ve been living in close quarters in Lakewood, the M Streets, Little Forest Hills, or pretty much anywhere in east dallas where the lots between privacy fences feel like the closing-in walls of the trash compactor in the Death Star’s detention block, then you’ll love this sprawling backyard. There is room to play catch, to play lawn darts, or whatever backyard activity you prefer. You can spread out on more than half an acre. And the decomposed granite patio area is perfect for entertaining. You’ll finally have room to breathe!

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Joanna England

If Executive Editor Joanna England could house hunt forever, she absolutely would. Instead she covers the North Texas housing market and the economy for CandysDirt.com. While she started out with the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, Joanna's work has appeared in The Dallas Morning News as well as several local media outlets. When she's not knitting or hooping, or enjoying White Rock Lake, she's behind the lens of her camera. She lives in East Dallas with her husband, son, and their furry and feathered menagerie.

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  1. Cheryl says

    I saved this to my favorites list when it came on the market. Love most of the furniture and decor too. Love the kitchen too, though admittedly I'm not crazy about the backsplash, but that's my personal taste and definitely wouldn't be a deal breaker. That is a huge lot. You're right in that this won't last long on the market.

  2. Cheryl says

    I saved this to my favorites list when it came on the market. Love most of the furniture and decor too. Love the kitchen too, though admittedly I'm not crazy about the backsplash, but that's my personal taste and definitely wouldn't be a deal breaker. That is a huge lot. You're right in that this won't last long on the market.

  3. PEGGY RUCKER HILL says

    Great buy in that area. I just sold one on Redondo, listed for $395,000 with .75 acre lot, before I ever got it put in MLS. The neighborhood is so quiet and peaceful and I feel it is the best priced large lot area in Dallas!

  4. PEGGY RUCKER HILL says

    Great buy in that area. I just sold one on Redondo, listed for $395,000 with .75 acre lot, before I ever got it put in MLS. The neighborhood is so quiet and peaceful and I feel it is the best priced large lot area in Dallas!

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