Lovely Lakeshore Listing Has Style For Miles

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The second I saw this brand new listing from Scott Carlson, I knew we had to feature it here on It’s one of those homes that really sticks with you. A remodeled ranch in Lakewood, this house hits all the high notes with open spaces, luxurious finishes, and a beautiful kitchen. Its tremendous and unique, and apparently I wasn’t the only one who loved this home, because it’s only been on the market for 12 days and it’s already pending. Would you believe this market?

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This home, you just have to see it to believe it. It’s a total babe! Jump to see inside …






“The seller is highly creative and has renovated homes in the past,” said Scott Carlson, the listing agent. “She has a good eye for design and worked with a local Lakewood home remodeler, Angie Link with Transition Homes.”

The finish out is totally on-trend, with a sleek and sexy palette of grays punctuated with pops of cool green and navy blue. Everything sparkles, too, from the hardwood floors to the beautiful tile, which adds textural interest and color. It’s a unique remodeled midcentury ranch located at 6617 Lakeshore with four bedrooms, three full baths, a two-car garage, 2,754 square feet on more than a quarter of an acre lot in Lakewood. It was on the market for $795,000 and someone just snatched it right up.






The finish out is terrific, with luxurious marble counters and what looks like a soapstone island. Contemporary cabinetry looks fantastic with the stainless steel Bosch appliances, and the eat-in breakfast bar next to the family room is great for kids and informal gatherings. The home has fresh windows and doors throughout, plus recessed lighting and designer chandeliers. I love how the home has dark stained wood floors and white walls, it’s a great empty palette for someone with a collection that they want to show off.


Go ahead and call me weird, but this sexy hall bath is perhaps my favorite room in the house. I love the backsplash, a vibrant selection from Daltile, and the Jonathan Adler sink is a welcome, unexpected touch that will surprise even the most staunch sensibilities. Of course, I also love that there’s plenty of storage space in this bath, and the floating vanity mirror is a great touch.DSC_6770

DSC_6771The master bath lives up to the same design standard, if a bit more subdued. The counters are sleek and neutral, a perfect foil to the marble hex tile on the backsplash, marble basket weave floor, and even more marble on the subway tile bath and shower surrounds. Of course, you get a frameless glass shower enclosure, Grohe fixtures, and a soaking tub that you’ll never want to leave.



The master bedroom is large and bright and has a separate entrance from the backyard. I love the chandelier, which adds a bit of glamor to the master suite. And there is, of course, that fireplace, with the cool tile facade. How can you not love that? I am almost hypnotized by it just looking at the pictures! It’s just a fantastic focal point for the room.
The fourth bedroom is currently used as a home office, which is a great idea for an independent creative or someone self-employed. I’d love to go to work each day in this home office, which has tons of built-ins and plenty of light. There’s also a separate entrance, should you find yourself burning the midnight oil. The tile floors make it a great space for a playroom, or even a third living area.

And if you want a place to go outside and wash away your cares with a little sangria and some good laughs, the back patio is a great spot to do just that. It’s quaint, private, and has lush landscaping that is easy to maintain. What do you think of this cool remodeled ranch?


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 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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