What a fantastic opportunity to live in a highly sought-after close-in neighborhood! Greenway Crest is a cherished North Dallas neighborhood with 200 homes on West University, Emerson, Druid, and Glenwick. With strictly enforced deed restrictions and an active neighborhood association, this gorgeous neighborhood with luxurious greenbelts is perfect for families. It’s close to downtown and the Park Cities, and has tons of amenities and is close to great shopping.
If you want to try this neighborhood on before you buy, 5446 Glenwick Lane is a wonderful home for you. It’s a three-bedroom, two-bath home with 1,450 square feet and fresh paint all over. It’s marketed by Dave Perry-Miller agent Marlene Jaffe for $3,450 a month. Considering the gorgeous, updated, and move-in ready condition of this home, you’d be absolutely silly not to rent it!
Now, you’ll realize that this home’s modest size means that there won’t be any grand parties hosted here, but that’s not to say you’ll be cramped and suffering from cabin fever. Thanks to a thoughtful remodel, this home is open and feels airy, as the dining and living rooms are just footsteps from one another, and there’s a large eat-in bar bordering the living room and the kitchen.
The kitchen is small, a galley with points for purposefulness. If you’re focused on prep, you’ll love the ample counter space and plentiful cabinet space. And the upgraded appliances — a Wolf range and stainless steel throughout — makes this little commissary feel luxurious. I do love the skylight, subtle lighting, and the backsplash. That, combined with the monochrome color scheme, keeps the focus on the window, from which you can overlook your peaceful front yard and wave at neighbors walking by.
The master suite features sliding full-light doors, that thanks to the divided panes, feel like the gracefulness of double French doors, but without the space limitations. They open to the spacious deck, which we’ll get to in a minute. Neutral paint and a built-in bookcase bring extra layers of style. You can really imagine where you’ll put your tufted headboard and mirrored side tables, can’t you?
The master bath is small, but enough for a home of this size. A shower with fresh subway tile and a single vanity still look stylish, though, and the frameless glass and sleek mirror and hardware are definitely Transitional and have a broad appeal.
The backyard has a large lawn and a huge deck, which you can access from both the master bedroom and the sunroom off of the living and dining areas. It’s augmented by a two-car garage, and the fully fenced driveway and yard mean you can let the kids or the dog (which is allowed, by the way) run around to their heart’s content.
So, will you be leasing this beauty?