Nestled on the west side of Dallas’ vibrant Oak Lawn area is a delightful enclave of cottages and Tudor-revival homes in the area’s Oak Lawn Heights neighborhood. This is the largest single-family neighborhood in Oak Lawn, and it was developed in the 1920s.
Our Thursday Three Hundred at 5114 Bradford Dr. is a 1935 Tudor with 1,674 square feet, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms. It has many hallmarks of the Tudor revival style, from its stucco exterior with half-round arches to a steeply pitched, asymmetrical roofline.
It was listed Feb. 8 by Ryan Booth with Ebby Halliday, Realtors, for $349,900. There’s an open house from 2-4 p.m. on Valentine’s Day, this Sunday, Feb. 14. It’s the perfect opportunity for you to fall in love with this Oak Lawn Heights Tudor.
Located near Lemmon and Inwood, this cottage has original, refinished hardwood floors, arched doorways, custom cabinets, storm windows, an original wood fireplace, landscaping, two-car garage, and roof and decking replaced in 2013.
The staging of the home is fantastically done—it feels like an interior designer showroom and shows off flow and function well. The kitchen is updated with stainless steel appliances and granite counters, and the bathrooms are updated, as well. Bedrooms feel spacious, and there’s abundant light throughout the cottage from the windows.
The backyard is well-planned, with a stone patio, firepit with seating area, a lovely mature tree, and wood privacy fence.
We think this Oak Lawn Heights Tudor is a real find—tell us your thoughts on it in the comments!