We do love a cute Craftsman home, and one inside North Oak Cliff — one of the hottest neighborhoods in Dallas — really takes the cake! This listing from David Griffin & Co. Realtor Robert Kucharski is definitely a High Caliber Home, too. Classic from the outside, this historic beauty has key updates that make it family friendly and perfect for entertaining.
Ready to fall in love? Don’t forget to call Lisa Peters at Caliber Home Loans to get pre-approved so you can put in your highest and best offer! We know this cutie, just steps from the Bishop Arts District and inside the sought-after Rosemont Elementary attendance area, won’t last long. In fact, it’s already under option contract!
First thing you notice when you walk in the front door of this bright and airy bungalow is the beautiful vintage tile fireplace surround highlighted by the bay window. Is it Rookwood? Certainly looks like it from here, though that could be a fun research project for the new owner of 706 Woodlawn.
The vintage chandelier in the dining room, which benefits from a little separation from the formal living room, is pitch perfect with the dark hardwood floors and neutral paint.
“The gorgeous kitchen features a breakfast bar on the center island, custom cabinets, granite countertop, and top-of-the-line appliances — including a professional-grade AGA range with matching vent-a-hood,” Kucharski said. “The kitchen also adjoins the dining room and breakfast room, which has access through French doors to the multi-level rear deck.”
“The master bedroom also has access to the rear deck and includes a sunken seating area (could be used as home office), great storage space, and a private bath with a walk-in closet and a separate tub and shower,” Kucharski added. There are two additional bedrooms, a full bath, and an amazing amount of storage space completes the home’s floor-plan, he said.
A lot of storage in a 1945-built Craftsman bungalow? I think my heart just skipped a beat!
There’s also art lighting throughout, Kucharski said, and the home is wired for sound. Ten-foot ceilings, classic crown molding, an oversized front porch from which you can meet your neighbors, and a wet bar on the beautiful back deck make this home a hot ticket, that’s for sure. Want to throw some great parties this summer? This is the house to do it in, and it’s priced at $449,500 — a veritable steal for an updated 2,100-square-foot home just footsteps from the Bishop Arts District!