Today’s Tuesday Two Hundred takes us to a North Richardson reno with over 2,000 square feet and interior updates that look stellar.
The house at 3307 N. Spring Dr. near Renner and Jupiter roads is a total reimagining of the space: it was built in 1984, but looks modern and enticing. This 3-2 has 2,154 square feet covered in rich-looking hardwoods and new carpeting, with fantastic kitchen and bathroom updates.
It’s located in Plano ISD, a highly ranked district which takes students from Plano, northern portions of Dallas and Richardson, and portions of Allen, Carrollton, Garland, Lucas, Murphy, Parker, and Wylie.Inside this unassuming brick house, you’ll find a kitchen that looks like this! Who would guess?
There’s also a bonus second living area with wet bar with granite counters, and throughout the house, the angled ceilings and fresh paint in a palette of grays give this place an unusual, memorable look.
This house is newly listed for $276,000 by Brian Shuey with Ebby Halliday Realtors. Let’s take a look at what makes this house shine.
The living room is straight ahead of the entryway and it’s large, at 22-by-14. The wood beams on the vaulted ceiling give the room a real sense of completeness. There brick fireplace anchors the room and those wide-plank hardwoods look expensive and rich, especially with the sunlight spilling over them.
Just off the entryway is a formal dining room (last photo above), which leads to the kitchen. The wood beams down the center of the kitchen’s ceiling echo the look of the living room, and the built-in banquette promises cozy breakfasts with family. The reno put in granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, ceramic tile floors, new lights and fixtures, a decorative tile backsplash, and freshly painted white cabinets that look crisp. The master bedroom is 16-by-13, with walk-in closets, new carpet, and a recessed ceiling. The ensuite bath has a large skylight which spotlights the granite counters and separate vanities, decorative mirrors, walk-in shower, and soaker tub with a stained glass window on the wall above it.
Pictured above is the second living area, with its wet bar. I love the angled ceiling in this space, and the wet bar, a de rigueur 80’s house feature that gets trash-talked a lot, looks thoroughly modern and useful here. The second and third bedrooms also have fresh carpet and paint, and share an updated full bathroom.The backyard is unassuming, like the front exterior of the house, but the mature crepe myrtle trees add a bright bloom of color and there’s lots of grass for kids or pets to play.
The house is walking distance to Richardson’s Crowley Park, a large green space featuring a pond with ducks, play areas, sports fields, plus picnic spots with BBQ grills.
All-in-all, this Richardson reno is an impressive find for under $300K. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section!