It’s a question we’ve asked all our lives, us Millennials: “Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street?”
Kevin Caskey and Bill Clarkson can, though it’s not the bright-colored row houses of our childhoods. Instead, it’s a sleek and sophisticated updated ranch at 11219 Sesame St. in Royal Highlands.
Caskey, director at Dallas City Center Realtors, says the home is poised to go on the market very soon, and seeing as how excited Bert and Ernie are about that cool Sputnik-style dining room chandelier, it probably won’t be on the market for long. This home was last sold in August of this year, and the sellers have done a great job flipping this beauty into a property that is sure to get multiple bids. It’ll hit MLS at $645,000.
Jump to see the other Sesame Street residents who have fallen for this home.
As you can see, Big Bird has staked out a spot on the spacious covered patio for his nest. But he can share, as there’s plenty of room for al fresco dining overlooking the expertly landscaped backyard.
The master suite has a beautiful free-standing tub, which is a huge step up from Oscar the Grouch’s old trash can. You’ll love the gray and white palette as much as him, though, as it reminds him of his tin-sided domicile.
Of course, we love this bit of clever marketing from Caskey and his Dallas City Center Marketing Director, Shawn Burns, as it definitely grabs your attention.