Cutest Renovated House of the Day Award Goes to This Glenridge Estates Cottage

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We’ve found the cutest cottage for our Tuesday Two Hundred at 4017 Park Ln. It’s located in Midway Hollow’s Glenridge Estates neighborhood, near Walnut Hill Lane and Midway Road. This is a 2-1 with 1,126 square feet, built in 1952, and the renovations are absolutely wonderful.

It was listed March 11 by Amy Malooley with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate for $295,000.

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A feminine, inviting vibe fills this cottage, with its gray, white, and pink palette. There’s abundant light, hardwoods everywhere except bathrooms and kitchen, and a big backyard with tons of potential.

Speaking of the kitchen, it’s also renovated, with granite counters, on-trend white cabinets, new fixtures, and stainless steel appliances, including a gas range.

This home is priced at $261 per square foot. Nine neighborhood comps range from $213 to $335 per square foot (median: $241; average: $264), so it’s on par with the remodeled ones, and a lot cuter than many.

Tell us your thoughts about this Glenridge Estates home! Is it priced right at $295K? Leave us a comment.

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Leah Shafer

Leah Shafer is a content and social media specialist, as well as a Dallas native, who lives in Richardson with her family. In her sixth-grade yearbook, Leah listed "interior designer" as her future profession. Now she writes about them, as well as all things real estate, for

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  1. LonestarBabs says

    The outside sure doesn’t match the inside! My first impression = priced too high. I’d also need to see the surrounding neighborhood — the quality of that area can vary within blocks.

    • LonestarBabs says

      If they would do some work on the outside to align with what’s been done inside, then the price might be considered fair (or WOW). My first impression was that an old house had been fancied up on the inside and staged, but the exterior wasn’t touched. Therefore, the price didn’t seem a WOW to me.

  2. John says

    The DIRT is worth 295. Still, it’s amazing to see the rise in my Dad’s former neighborhood. Lendl is the dividing line.

  3. Casey says

    Too bad they did those terrible travertine floors and brown granite. They don’t go with the beautiful gray pallet. I agree that the outside needs to be painted.

    • LonestarBabs says

      Exterior paint – YES! Also needs landscaping, fence cleaned and restained (unless that belongs to the neighbors), some exterior staging w/accents or furniture, house numbers, maybe spiff up that garage door, too.

  4. Jessica in Dallas says

    I agree with the others. The outside really lets this house down. It needs to be updated from that hideous dull yellow. And zero landscaping? Who is selecting the Cutest Renovated House of the Day for this website??

  5. Candy Darling says

    As awful as this house is, it will be torn down anyways. I live near this area and this is the trend.

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