Deals in Highland Park don’t come around that often. This beauty in West Highland Park is a variation on the theme.
Stylishly renovated (she was taken down to the studs) and updated, this traditional home, original to the neighborhood, beckons a young family or empty nesters who want a pool and yard. Here’s the catch: Park Cities schools aren’t part of the deal in West Highland Park (west of the Dallas North Tollway). Schools are in Dallas Independent School District.
“This is a very desirable location for young families committed to private schools,” says Realtor Susan Baldwin, of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty, who is listing 4633 Edmondson with her teammate Ginger Nobles.
And while you may not have the benefit of HPISD, you do get the excellent police coverage and the walking proximity of Highland Park Village as well as the Whole Foods down on Lomo Alto.
This 3,942-square-foot family residence has been remodeled to enhance the charm of the original American architecture. Sparkling white, the two-story, four-bedroom residence was taken to the studs in 2016. New square footage makes it even more desirable. Lots of windows and natural light play well with the clean, neutral color palette.
With four-and-a-half baths, formal living and dining rooms plus a stunning gourmet kitchen and expanded casual living space, this light and airy classic is listed for $1.495 million. There’s also a downstairs study/library. One of the large bedroom suites upstairs could easily be a game room, notes Baldwin. The spacious master includes an oversized walk-in closet and luxurious bath with vessel tub, huge shower, and great closet space.
The pool in the spacious back yard and patio is made for entertaining or fun for kids in the summer. A large tree shades the grassy front yard.
Because it is situated in the middle of the block, the house is protected from traffic noise generated on the tollway.
This traditional residence is an American classic, evoking Leave It to Beaver visions.