Tuesday Two Hundred: Addison Townhome Near Circle Offers Sleek, Urban Style

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Addison is one of my favorite suburbs in DFW, with special events and festivals scheduled 29 weekends of the year, more than 170 restaurants, and 118 acres of parks. There’s always something fun to do there, from happy hours and festivals to Shakespeare in the Park and WaterTower Theatre. It’s also only 14 miles from Downtown Dallas on the Dallas North Tollway, so getting anywhere in between is a cinch.

The city of Addison is small, with only 4.35 square miles of land and 15,830 residents, but they’ve got plenty of inspiring residential real estate. This is particularly true around the Addison Circle area, a modern, urban neighborhood with brick-paved, tree-lined streets, public art, and some stellar townhomes, apartments, and condos.

Today’s Tuesday Two Hundred takes us there to an Addison townhome at 15737 Seabolt Pl. Unit 30 is a two bedroom, 2.5 bath listed by Pamela Lewis at Ebby Halliday for $269,000 (just reduced $5,000). It has 1,922 square feet on three stories on an interior lot with impressive appointments and details; this townhome is newly listed and move-in ready. Jump to read all about it!

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Built in 2005, this townhome has an open floorplan and smart design. It has an eye toward energy efficiency, with ceiling fans, double-pane windows, a gas water heater, and a programmable thermostat.

On the first floor, there is an attached two-car garage and a guest suite/study measuring 12-by-10 with fresh paint, new carpet and an ensuite bath with granite counters. There is also a tiled laundry area, with washer-dryer connections.

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The second story is the party floor, in my opinion, with a huge living room with hardwood floors, recessed lights, and tall ceilings. At 21-by-10, it offers ample space for dinner parties, family get-togethers, or neighborhood gatherings—and this area has the kind of “know your neighbors” vibe missing in many communities. The powder room is just off the living area.

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At the end of this massive space is the townhome’s kitchen, measuring 12-by-11, with black granite countertops, tile floors, tile backsplash, a breakfast bar/island, tons of cabinet space, and stainless steel appliances.

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On the third story, the master suite is the main attraction. Measuring 14-by-13, it has a recessed ceiling and fan, new carpet, a walk-in closet, and a private balcony that overlooks the landscaped common area. The balcony’s wood pergola is a statement piece for curb appeal, and enjoyment of the space itself. Across the hall from the master bedroom is a utility room.

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The master bath is oversized, particularly the glass shower with bench. You could have a party in there! The counters are granite and hold two sinks, and there is a jetted tub and linen closet, as well.

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Mandatory HOA dues are a moderate $282 per month and include blanket insurance, maintenance of front yard and common areas, full use of facilities, gas, security, trash, water, and sewer. Pictured below is nearby Parkview Park, one of the shared spaces.

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The public sculpture “Blueprints at Addison Circle.” Photo courtesy Google Maps

As a bonus for the buyer of this townhome, all Addison residents get free membership to the Addison Athletic Club, with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, four racquetball courts, an indoor track, aerobics studio, tennis court, gym facilities, Whirlpool spa, sauna, steam rooms, and outdoor trails. That’s quite an amenity.

What are your thoughts on Addison living and this townhome, in particular? Leave us a comment!








Leah Shafer

Leah Shafer is a content and social media specialist, as well as a Dallas native, who lives in Richardson with her family. In her sixth-grade yearbook, Leah listed "interior designer" as her future profession. Now she writes about them, as well as all things real estate, for CandysDirt.com.

Reader Interactions


  1. James says

    I work in Addison, and while I do enjoy the restaurants available for lunches, I just can’t imagine living here.

    • Leah Shafer says

      James, tell me more—I’m curious. I think it would be an ideal location for a young couple, single person, or empty nester.

  2. Carol Blair says

    I live, work and play in Addison. Our real estate office is located in the heart of Addison Circle and we live in the new condos. I also have a listing on Seabolt for $267,000. Floor plan is the same except for kitchen.

  3. Brian says

    My brother lives in an apartment overlooking the big blue sculpture in Addison Circle and he likes it a lot, though there is sometimes noise in the wee hours from the sports bar across the street. This townhouse would be a bit sheltered from that and seems like a great bargain at $140 per square foot.

  4. Lorrie Semler says

    i recently sold a condo on Quorum in this subdivision. Very few lenders will lend on the Townhomes in District A because of the HOA lawsuit against the builder. The buyer for my listing paid cash, but I did find 2 lenders who will lend there. Let me know if you need their contact info.

  5. Jared Eisenlohr says

    Does anyone know what the pending lawsuit is on district A? I have someone that will lend to (we want to put in offer) but he wants to know what lawsuit is about first. Atructural damage? Minor repairs?

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