Atomic-Era Styling Looks Marvelous in This Meadow Park Midcentury Modern

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12634 High Meadow

Northwest Dallas is one of the rapidly appreciating and changing areas in North Texas. Meadow Park is one of its many neighborhoods where buyer can find larger homes for an affordable price. This neighborhood is inside the LBJ loop and close to the Dallas North Tollway, making downtown just a 20 minute drive away.

Our Thursday Three Hundred at 12634 High Meadow Dr. is near Forest and Marsh lanes. It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,075 square feet on one story, built in 1966. Its atomic-era stylings are immaculately maintained and tasteful, and it sits on a large lot on a quiet street.

The current owners have renovated extensively, adding maple hardwoods, kitchen tile floors, fresh paint, new lighting, and brand new bathrooms.

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Mature shade trees and landscaping help make the curb appeal of this midcentury home. It is well maintained and the owners’ care shows.

Entering this home, the formal dining room is immediately on the left and the current owners are using it as a home office. Smart use for a room most people let languish. Love that retro sputnik chandelier—very on trend.

The living room is the star of the show, with vaulted ceilings, a floor-to-ceiling oversized brick fireplace, and sliding glass doors opening onto the backyard. It has wiring for a flat-screen television and surround sound, too.

The only negative in this house that we can see is the kitchen, which has outdated cabinets, though they are in good shape. It offers stainless steel appliances and room for a breakfast table.

The three bedrooms are roomy, and the master is oversized with walk-in closets and a totally remodeled bathroom. All bedrooms have hardwoods—no carpet in sight.

The back yard is secure with a newer fence with an electric gate. There’s a large poured patio and big, mature live oak trees. This home also has a two-car garage.

It was listed Aug. 12 by Michael Hubach with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate for $349,900.

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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. The_Overdog says

    While remodeling the bathroom, they should have torn down the soffit above the shower. Makes you shower feel less like an airplane bathroom and not particularly expensive.

    It’s another one of those ’60s-’70s features like sunken living rooms that just makes wonder what they were thinking.

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