Beckley Club Estates Home Brims Over With Original Architectural, Style Details

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In North Oak Cliff, Beckley Club Estates is one of the older neighborhoods, established in 1926. Rarely does one of the historically notable homes of the area come on market. Our Tuesday Two Hundred was one of the original model home for the neighborhood (“Ramona Gates”). It sits on a corner lot, complete with private courtyard, two-car garage, and plenty of yard space.

Located at 1527 Seevers Ave., it has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,678 square feet, built in 1928. This is a rare find, and it just hit the market. 

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The home has been lovingly restored and updated. Many original details remain, such as Spanish-tile roof, gorgeous covered entry, entry doors with hardware, sunken living room, emerald door handles, and custom built-ins.

Modern updates include an expanded kitchen with generous storage and granite counters, a full utility room, and ensuite master bath. The sunken living room offers a large, arched picture window, and original ironwork including exterior sconces, gates and courtyard railings. There are also original light fixtures, original emerald green doorknobs throughout the house, and original hardwoods. Architectural details throughout the home add to the vintage charms, and the kitchen boasts a high-back robin’s egg blue Chambers gas stove—wow!

The courtyard off the living room and master bedroom offers privacy and space for outdoor entertaining, and the yard is xeriscaped and also offers mature trees.

This Beckley Club Estates home is listed by Jenni Stolarski with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty for $269,000.

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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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  1. LonestarBabs says

    Looks rather neglected from the street. A little powerwashing and landscape tidying would work wonders, and ensuring all light bulbs are working in the exterior light fixtures would help as well. The seller is missing an opportunity — buyers might be reluctant to go inside based on exterior view.

  2. mmJoanna England says

    You know what? I’m cool with the fact that they didn’t power wash the facade. I see the potential in this home (THAT COURTYARD, THO), and with that price, I’m calling my Realtor!

  3. The_Overdog says

    The google maps view of the outside is a total travesty and not that different from the current pictures. The neighborhood looks great even with the fact that very few have upgraded their ratty looking chain link fences to something more attractive. If I were the neighbors, I’d be glad they are leaving and happy to get a new neighbor.

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