We’ve got a super hot East Dallas property for today’s Tuesday Two Hundred, one that won’t last long on the market. It’s got charmed looks, great location, and an affordable asking price. What’s not to love?
Located at 1925 Province Ln., this Midcentury home sits on a hill with mature shade trees and lovely landscaping. Inside, original touches, like two vintage tiled bathrooms in awesome retro colors and refinished hardwoods, are married beautifully with updates, like the new granite countertops in the kitchen and freshly painted walls.
The property has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,644 square feet, built in 1957. It’s in the Ferguson Heights neighborhood, near Oates Drive and Peavy Road, near Harry Stone Park and rec center, and Bryan Adams High School.
This is a part of East Dallas often overlooked by buyers looking to be near White Rock Lake. But houses here are much more affordable than many other area neighborhoods, and it’s just 2.6 miles from the Dallas Arboretum and 8.5 miles from downtown Dallas.
This house sits on a corner lot and has fantastic drive-up appeal, with mature and manicured landscaping, new stone hardscaping, and an original pink brick facade. Inside, it’s totally adorable, staged to show off function, flow, and style. Love the skylights, bay window, and other windows throughout the cottage, which make it bright, and the retro red chandelier in the large front living area. At the front of the house, there’s a sunroom with big windows looking out onto the yard and two skylights. Perfect space for morning coffee and waking up.
The hardwoods run throughout the living room, bedrooms, and hallway, with large ceramic tiles in the kitchen and vintage tile on the bathroom floors. And let’s talk about those bathrooms—so cute, with the vintage tile! They’re in great shape.
There’s no yard to maintain here. Instead, you’ll find a long deck with room for seating and a grill area. The rest of the area is covered in small pebbles and could stay as is, or be a dog run.
This home was listed July 14 by Charles Fansler with Redfin Corporation for $239,000.