Find a vintage home in a historic district with the positively enchanting property at 5833 Victor St.
Located in Junius Heights Historic District, this gingerbread darling sits near Abrams Road and North Beacon Street on a quiet residential street with arching shade trees. It’s a hop, skip, and jump over to the 16-acre Randall Park, and close to Lakewood shopping and restaurants. Great East Dallas location!
With darling curb appeal and a big tree out front, it’s an eye-catching house. Inside, you’ll find inviting spaces, polished concrete floors, and an updated kitchen that’s appealing to the modern buyer. This home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,235 square feet on two stories, built in 1948.
As the neighborhood association explains, Junius Heights was created in the 1906 on what was then the Eastern edge of Dallas, developed by C.H. Munger.
Junius Heights…obtained historic designation in May 2005, making it Dallas’ newest and largest historic district. It is the largest collection of Arts and Crafts/Craftsman homes in the southwest, and includes Prairie and Tudor styles in a neighborhood of well over 800 homes in Old East Dallas, situated east of Munger Place, south of Swiss Avenue and southwest of Lakewood.
An inviting living room welcomes you to this home with abundant natural light, polished concrete floors, and a wood burning brick fireplace. The choice of concrete makes for a contemporary, stylish element for this historic home.
The updated kitchen has lots on desirable elements, like quartz countertops, a farm sink, white subway tile backsplash, white cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and a breakfast nook. Great space.
The first-floor master suite provides a tranquil retreat with a custom closet system and linen closet for additional storage. All secondary bedrooms are located upstairs with interesting architectural details and soaring ceilings.
The backyard offers a relaxed feel with a mature shade tree and ample space for outdoor living with a wooden fence for additional privacy. The large planter needs some tending, but that’s an easy fix.
This home was listed April 13 by Erin Birdsong with Redfin Corporation for $369,500.