Interstate 635 is a 37-mile-long partial loop around Dallas, but for some Dallasites, it’s a magical dividing line only crossed with great protest. The area located “outside the loop” is considered a vast no man’s land full of scary things, like suburban malaise and way too many Olive Gardens.
For those who subscribe to that sentiment, today’s Tuesday Two Hundred won’t be frightening at all. The house at 3725 Pageant Pl. is a 4-2 located inside the loop near Marsh and Forest lanes, newly listed by Hanne Sagalowsky at Ebby Halliday’s Little White House office for $239,900.
This 1965 ranch is on a cul-de-sac and has 1,805 square feet, a good-sized backyard with mature trees, and a stone patio covered by a large pergola and a spa hot tub.
The interior has lots of bright, open living spaces, a wood-burning fireplace, and big bedrooms, as well as blonde hardwood floors in living room, dining room, hall, master bedroom, one other bedroom.
The entryway is a little undefined and underwhelming, but opens onto the formal dining area to the left, which measures 15-by-10, and the living room directly ahead, which measures 18-by-13. The hardwoods help the area flow nicely.
The living room opens onto that pergola-covered patio and flows into the kitchen.
The galley kitchen is 11-by-8 with Corian counters, a built-in microwave, greenhouse windows above the sink and by the breakfast nook, and lots of cabinet and counter space. The 8-by-6 breakfast nook adds additional space.
The master bedroom is 17-by-12, with two closets and a private bath. The other three bedrooms measure 14-by-11, 12-by-11, and 11-by-11, and share a bath.
Just past the patio is a detached two-car garage measuring 20-by-20.
So what do you think of this cul-de-sac cutie? Are you an “inside-the-loop” Dallasite? Leave us a comment and let us know!