It’s My Mansion: North Oak Cliff Traditional Offers Lots of Charms for Under $200K

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There’s been a lot of attention lately to our North Texas real estate market—it’s one of the hottest in the nation, if not the hottest.

With that growth, prices have increased exponentially. It’s getting pretty hard to find a single family home for under $200K in Dallas. But they do exist! Proof: this cute traditional home in North Oak Cliff at 2615 Burlington Blvd.

Located near W. Claredon Drive and S. Hampton Road in the Crawford Park neighborhood (next to Winnetka Heights), this house has two bedrooms, one full bathroom, one half bathroom, and 1,175 square feet, built in 1945. Its curb appeal is darling, the interior is updated, and it retains a lot of vintage personality.

Another effect of our market’s popularity is that homes under $200K get snapped up quickly. So let’s take a look before it goes under contract.

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 Crawford Park is just minutes from Bishop Arts and a short drive to downtown Dallas. Close outdoor spaces include Martin Weiss Park, Greiner Park, Marsalis Park, and Lake Cliff Park.
The home itself has been well maintained with tons of original character and just the right amount of modern updates. The kitchen has been remodeled to create an open living space with a large island, ample cabinets, a glass tile backsplash, and great storage.
Lots of homes of this era and size have only one bathroom, but this house wins with one-and-a-half. The master bathroom has original pink tile, which adds to its charms. The backyard offers lots of grassy green space, as well as a detached one-car garage.
This home was listed Sept. 16 by Tommy Hill with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate for $199,000.
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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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