With the popularity of 1950’s homes on the market, our Thursday Three Hundred is sure to please. The Lakeland Hills midcentury at 11008 Glen Echo Ct. is a study in retro appeal, from its pink brick exterior to terrazzo tile entry. Located near Northwest Highway and Plano Road, this home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,432 square feet on one story, built in 1959. Let’s take a look!
This property does a beautiful job of marrying midcentury appeal with original features. The living area with fireplace, dining area, and kitchen are open and flow together seamlessly, a new feature, and the hardwoods are refinished originals. Lots of new windows bring the outdoors in, a totally midcentury feature that looks great here.
The kitchen fits in perfectly, but is totally updated. The custom cabinets jump right out, an on-trend blue color called “rain storm.” There are also quartz counters, a large center island, some open shelving, and stainless steel appliances. There’s even a window bench with storage. What a marvelous space.
Both of the bathrooms have retro tile, and look great. We’re especially appreciative of the pink tile in one. The three bedrooms are also light and bright with hardwood floors — no carpet in sight! The fresh designer paint makes a real splash.
The low maintenance backyard offers more space for relaxing and entertaining, with a patio area and retaining wall.
This home was listed March 12 by Ed Murchison with Virginia Cook Realtors for $329,500.