Talk about a home with raw potential! This 1940s stone-clad traditional is all about lines an angles, and has some features that will make you swoon for Kessler Park home. It’s on the market for the first time in 30 years, and it’s on a quiet cul-de-sac off one of the prettiest streets in the tony North Oak Cliff nabe. It’s listed by David Griffin Realtors Sam Claussen and Sam Saladino, and it’s such a unique spot!
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“My partner Ken Downing and I have driven by Olympia for years wondering what could be going on behind that wonderful stone and timber facade,” said Saladino. “So when Sam Claussen came across it a few months ago and asked me if I was familiar, it was kismet! So began our game of real estate ‘Clue.'”
What they found was a hidden gem at 1523 Olympia
that had been off the market for so long it was practically a time warp. It’s a two-bedroom, one-bath cottage perched on top of a hill with amazing views of Stevens Park Golf Course and the Belmont Hotel from the backyard. It has an Austin-like feel, for sure. Listed for $465,000, it has more than 1,500 square feet, a fantastic vintage fireplace, and tons of wonderful architectural touches.
“The location affords seclusion, scenic vistas, and the opportunity to create something enduring far above the ‘madding crowd,’ so to speak,” Saladino said. “Your very own Mt. Olympus in Dallas!”
That sounds like ambrosia to us!