Midcentury Traditional in Stevens Woods Has Pool, Golf Course Views

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North Oak Cliff is where you’ll find great homes, mature trees, and fantastic views that would cost thousands more elsewhere in Dallas. Take this charming midcentury ranch in the West Kessler neighborhood of Stevens Woods. Not only does this high caliber home back up to the recently redone Stevens Park Golf Course, but it also has a gorgeous pool and updates throughout. It’s so well preserved and in a truly beautiful neighborhood, and it just hit the market!

Don’t take your chances with financing on a home like this, and contact Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans to get pre-approval so you can put in a winning bid on this beauty. Deals like this don’t last long in our market, so contact Lisa for your financing needs today.

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The living room is spacious and perfect for entertaining friends The views from the living and dining rooms of the back yard are Enjoy having dinner with the clear view of the fireplace!

“I recently held an open house and had the opportunity to meet several of the neighbors,” Virginia Cook Realtor Mark Manley, the listing agent for 2225 Stevens Woods, said. “This is a very cohesive neighborhood. The homes have all retained their charm and everyone likes it that way.”

According to Manley, the home is in a very tranquil area with softly rolling topography. “It’s truly a little piece of paradise,” he added.

And while this home surely has some vintage charm, it also has some fantastic updates that add to the home’s character. This 1,903-square-foot home built in 1949 has three bedrooms and two full baths, a home office or den that could be a fourth bedroom, a lovely open living and dining area, a fireplace, and a pool in the backyard all for $499,000.

There is ample storage in this kitchen and the star is the compl 2225 Stevens Woods Kitchen 2 This home not only offers modern updates throughout but the vint

“There are timeless updates throughout this home while maintaining the vintage charm from the era,” Manley said. “The rooms are spacious with rich oak wood flooring, crown molding, grooved knotty pine paneling, a vintage bath with period tile and a very spacious master suite and bath with views of the park-like backyard, including gardens and free form swimming pool. The rooms are blanketed in natural light from the many windows.”

Other upgrades include an electric gate in the front drive that provides a secure entrance to the detached two-car garage, as well as a tankless hot water heater. “The kitchen has custom oak cabinetry, tumbled marble counter tops and backsplash, and beautiful slate tile floors,” Manley said. There’s a fantastic vintage Chambers Stove in the kitchen, too, that goes so well with the decor.

The owners retreat is private and large enough for a king sized The sitting area in the owners retreat is perfect for reading th The master bath is clean and crisp with white tile and custom ti The guest bath has it's original character with the period tiles

Plus, you get a great master suite in this home with a large walk-in closet, a rarity for a home this age. “The master suite is the perfect retreat for relaxing, and has access to the deck and pool from two sets of French doors,” Manley said. “There is an additional private green space overlooking the Steven Park Golf course.”

It’s all lovely, and at a very attractive price considering the location and amenities. You’re close to the golf course, West Dallas, the Bishop Arts District, and so much more. What a great opportunity!

Adjacent to the deck is a special stone patio to house an outdoo Enjoy the serene swimming pool with stone fountain, tanning ledg There is ample green space in this oversized lot and perfect for Just behind the home watch golfers at Stevens Woods Golf Course.



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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