Renovated Northwest Dallas Cottage Is Big On Style, Small On Price

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Finding a great house in the $200K range can be a challenge. But we’ve found a cutie in Northwest Dallas’ Davilla Drive Estates neighborhood that’s big on style with a small price tag.

Our Tuesday Two Hundred is located at 3719 Highgrove Dr., near W. Northwest Highway and Marsh Lane. It has three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and 1,324 square feet, built in 1950. In the detached garage, there’s also a one-room studio and bathroom not counted in the home’s square footage.

With so many renovations, this Davilla Drive Estates home is appealing. Let’s take a look inside.

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This part of Northwest Dallas is in big demand because it’s so affordable. Homes here are frequently flipped and lots of owners are doing big renovations before selling. The location is part of the appeal, just minutes from Love Field Airport, schools, shopping, entertainment options, LBJ Freeway, and the Dallas North Tollway.

This home features energy efficient windows, new doors throughout, hardwood floors, new HVAC, stacked washer-dryer, and a flexible floorplan. The kitchen’s updates makes it modern—stainless steel appliances, an island, and custom cabinetry. The bathrooms looks great, also, and the gray palette feels on-trend.

Walk out to the backyard and relax on the beautiful wood deck with a mature shade tree. The detached garage has a new garage door and opener, and the studio in there is ready for a home office or craft space.

This home was listed July 28 by Greg Torres with Epic Direct Realty for $289,000.

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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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