Stately Traditional in Zang’s Crystal Hill Has Unexpected Interiors

736 Elsbeth Front

It’s rare to find a new build in this area of North Oak Cliff, so when we see one, we tend to take notice. And this listing from David Griffin Realtor Crystal Gonzalez demands your attention. It definitely has presence in the area, which is full of homes built in the 1920s to 1940s.

And the location? Well, it’s just a hop from the Bishop Arts District, and just down the street from Beckley and Zang. And just around the corner you’ll find the beautiful Lake Cliff Park. If you don’t fall in love with the house immediately, chances are the location will seal the deal.

And when you fall in love, be prepared to put in an offer. To do that, make sure you call Lisa Peters at Caliber Home Loans to get you through pre-approval so you can put in your highest and best offer on the spot! To get the deal done without hiccups or delay, call Lisa Peters at Caliber Home Loans today.

Jump to see the unexpected interiors in this North Oak Cliff new build!

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This home has pretty much every single thing today’s family wants. It’s like a checklist of must-haves. Formal living and dining rooms? Check! Open floor plan? Check! Wood-burning fireplace? Check! Designer lighting? Check! Custom kitchen? Check! First-floor master suite? Check!

Obviously, we could go on, but we really don’t need to because this house and its hand-scraped hardwood floors and stone counters speak for themselves. Plus, you get the period details of wide trim and turned railings and banisters, plus plenty of room on the second floor.

Not only that, but there’s no way you could find anything comparable to this anywhere else in Dallas at this price. This home at 736 Elsbeth has four bedrooms, three and a half baths, a bonus room and a balcony upstairs, and plenty of outdoor space with 2,576 square feet all for $599,000. And it’s brand new!

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I love the configuration upstairs, with bedrooms located off of a communal living space. That’s perfect for kids who want to have a place to watch movies, hang out with friends, or generally act like slobs without worrying about company coming by at the last minute and seeing the wreck in your living room.

I speak from experience.

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I also love that the you can access the deck from the master suite downstairs, which is perfect if you decide to add a hot tub in the backyard. It could totally work, especially given that tall privacy fence.

What do you think of this listing and the location?

Me? I am in love!