Have you got your weekend planned around Dallas open houses? We sure do. And we hope the CandysDirt Open Houses of the Week column helps you strategize your approach to some of the fantastic properties on the market now in North Texas.
Every Thursday, we pick five fabulous open houses in Dallas (and the ‘burbs from time to time) you shouldn’t miss. This week, our houses range in price from $321,900 to $1.45 million. We’ve got a Colonial Revival in Northwest Dallas with over 5,000 square feet, a sweet Buckner Terrace reno for just over $300K, and more. Let’s take a peek inside these Dallas open houses…
COLONIAL REVIVAL WITH OVER 5,000 SQUARE FEET, LUXE AMENITIES
Open house: Sunday, May 15, 3:30 – 5 p.m.
Colonial Revival takes on a grand scale at 5931 Boca Raton Dr. in the Inwood Road Estates neighborhood of Northwest Dallas. This home is huge, a 6-4 with 5,108 square feet on two stories, built in 2006.
You doesn’t see six-bedroom properties too often, so this is a rare find. Another rarity? Four living areas, including a game room and media room upstairs. The renovated kitchen offers a commercial-grade gas range and other stainless steel appliances, granite counters, and a walk-in pantry. The beautiful master bathroom is adorned with Carrera Marble, custom lighting, window treatments. In the backyard, you’ll find an exceptional 800 square feet of covered living-dining space with AV wiring, a natural stone kitchen, extensive landscaping.
It was listed April 29 by Julie Provenzano with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate for $1.450 million.
UPDATED LAKE HIGHLANDS CHARMER ZONED FOR WHITE ROCK ELEMENTARY
Open house: Saturday, May 14, 2-4 p.m.
The positively adorable Traditional at 9628 Shoreview Rd. in the White Rock North neighborhood is a gem. It’s a 3-2 with an additional half bath and 2,205 square feet, built in 1959, totally updated and feeding into the highly ranked White Rock Elementary (it earns a “10” out of 10 from GreatSchools.org). It’s also walking distance to Flag Pole Hill, a beloved park on the northeast side of White Rock Lake.
Recent updates to this Lake Highlands beauty include a completely updated kitchen, recessed designer can lights, a new HVAC system and coil, attic insulation, beautiful oak hardwood floors, a driveway cedar fence, fresh exterior paint, a new water heater, a gate operator with a keypad and remotes, and new light fixtures.
It was listed May 6 by Jenny Carlson with Halo Group Realty for $474,900.
NORTHWOOD HILLS TRADITIONAL WITH VAULTED CEILINGS, SKYLIGHTS
Open house: Saturday, May 14, 2-4 p.m.
Sophisticated Northwood Hills home at 6537 Dartbrook Dr. is on one of the prettiest streets in Dallas, surrounded by million-dollar homes. But this home just looks like a million bucks: It is listed by Cerissa Lair with Keller Williams Realty for $619,900.
This is a 3-3 with 3,361 square feet, built in 1972 and tastefully updated. The property’s many windows make it light and bright, as do multiple skylights and vaulted ceilings. A European-style kitchen features a six-burner gas cook-top, double ovens, and an over-sized walk-through pantry. Each of the bedrooms has its own bath, and the master offers a frameless glass shower and jetted tub. The back is a private oasis with a swimming pool, covered patio, and landscaping. This home is zoned for Richardson ISD, and is in the highly rated Northwood Hills Elementary attendance zone (it earns an “8” out of 10 from GreatSchools.org).
SUPER CUTE, BRIGHT BUCKNER TERRACE REMODEL, JUST REDUCED $6K
Open house: Sunday, May 15, 2-4 p.m.
We’re big fans of the up-and-coming Buckner Terrace neighborhood in East Dallas. The home at 8115 Woodhue Rd. is one of the reasons why. This 1963 Traditional is a 3-2 with 1,810 square feet, remodeled to have an open floorplan with original refinished red oak wood hardwoods throughout.
The redesigned kitchen has lots of on-trend white cabinets, quartz counters, and an awesome white hexagon tile backsplash. Thenew master bath features double sinks, subway tile, and a frameless glass shower. Other updates include a a new electrical panel, recessed LED lighting, decorative lighting, ceiling fans, R-30 attic insulation, a six-foot cedar fence in back, and new gutters.
It was listed April 30 by Mark Lucisano with Keller Williams Park Cities for $327,900, reduced $6K to $321,900.
CORNER LOT LAKEWOOD HOME ON 2/3-ACRE WITH GLASS ATRIUM, MATURE LANDSCAPING
Open house: Sunday, May 15, 1-3 p.m.
The Cloisters-Lakewood home at 4720 Chapel Hill Rd. sits on 0.67 acres on a heavily-treed corner lot. It feels like a cathedral in the woods, and has the windows and natural light to make it bright and airy. This is a 4-3 with an additional half bath and 5,035 square feet, built in 1976.
Parts of this home’s interior are dated, but for the right buyer, this is real estate nirvana waiting to happen. It has four bedrooms downstairs, including the master, which has two walk-in closets and a large sitting room with a fireplace and built-ins. The great room offers hardwood floors, high coffered ceilings, a fireplace and French doors. The kitchen is one of the dated areas, but has great bones, with an island, built-ins, and stainless steel appliances, including dual ovens and a gas range. The atrium has a glass ceiling and makes for a huge “wow” factor in this house, as does the resort-like backyard, with a swimming pool, spa, large covered patio, and see-through tile fireplace. This home is also in the Lakewood Elementary School attendance zone, which earns a “10” out of 10 from GreatSchools.org.
It was listed April 25 by Nancy Johnson with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate for $1.395 million, reduced yesterday to $1.325 million.
This open house roundup is a weekly feature at CandysDirt. Let us know if you visit these properties and what you think of them. If you have an open house to tell us about, email Leah here.