Hip Pocket of the Week: Too, Too Tudor! This Classy Oak Cliff Abode is a Knockout!

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This home is such a wonderful example of treasured architecture in Oak Cliff, and it’s one of those houses that has such fun, incredible details that will capture your imagination and make you fall in love. It’s a gorgeous, romantic English Tudor in Kessler Park, framed by majestic trees with whimsical landscaping and a well-preserved exterior.

This hip-pocket listing from Steve Habgood and Kathy Hewitt has four levels with amazing updates and finish-out that retains the character this style and neighborhood are known for. I mean, just look at this home! Perfection! Jump for more details on this amazing property.

 

Full of cozy nooks and warm plaster walls, 1022 N. Montclair will steal your heart. It’s a five-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath home with more than 4,000 square feet that is priced at $977,000. That’s right, it’s under a million! What a fantastic deal!

This is truly a one-of-a kind home with a stunning backyard and premium original architectural details that exemplify the quality of construction standards from a bygone era,” said Steve Habgood.

We couldn’t agree more! The mosaic inlays throughout the home are original, and the archways are just captivating and really define the space. The super-sturdy double-brick construction means this home will be around for a long time, and the front porch is just the place from which you can appreciate this fabulous neighborhood, which is chock full of historic properties just like this one.

So many details! Ceiling medallions, cove ceilings, stained glass and leaded glass windows, picture rails, vintage light fixtures, a telephone nook and oh-so-much more. This is an absolute dollhouse! It has a wine cellar and a beautiful master suite. Gorgeous floors and beautiful trim. Just to die for! And it’s close to Stevens Park Golf Course and the Bishop Arts District, too! Take comfort that your undeniable attraction to this home is completely natural, folks.

The lot is sizable at one-third of an acre, and the backyard has some gardens that will fuel hours and hours of adventures for both children and adults. The landscaping is lush and there’s a pond with a water feature, a fire pit, stone walkways, and a foot bridge! A FOOT BRIDGE, PEOPLE! Just awesome!

Of course, inside you’ll find just as many spots that will leave your jaw hanging. The master suite has a seating area and a large custom closet and separate reading room with built-in bookcases. So much character! I am so in love and Tudors aren’t even really my thing! And would you look at that cool bathroom? Fantastic! Gorgeous tile and both a shower and a bath tub!

The kitchen has the original limestone counters, but has been updated for efficiency. It is beautifully bright and well-appointed, just like the rest of the home, and opens to a charming breakfast room that opens to one of the two patio balconies overlooking the gardens.

You’ll have to contact Steve or Kathy to tour this amazing hip-pocket listing and find out more today!

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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. Steve Habgood says

    One of my favorite English Tudors in Kessler Park. Such quality and character. Current owners did such a respectful restoration, I applaud their attention to detail.

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