Buckner Terrace is one of the few East Dallas neighborhoods where you can find a real bargain, like our Tuesday Two Hundred. This house, at 6020 N. Jim Miller Rd., was built in 1964 and is renovated to look fresh and totally on-trend. From the gray-and-white color palette to light hardwood floors, it looks marvelous throughout.
This home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living areas, and 1,884 square feet, built in 1964. Let’s check out this appealing space before a lucky person swoops in and buys it.
This home is located near St. Francis Ave. and East R.L. Thornton Freeway. It’s close to White Rock Lake, the Dallas Arboretum, Samuell Grand Park, and other East Dallas amenities. It’s just seven miles from downtown, too. But unlike many of its close neighbors, Buckner Terrace is still quite affordable. You’ll find mostly one-and two-story ranches sitting on large lots with mature oak, magnolia, and pecan trees.
This house sits on a corner lot on just over a quarter of an acre. The red brick is in immaculate condition and there is lots of mature landscaping.
Inside, you’ll find a fresh, modern space reimagined and renovated. The neutral gray color palette is accentuated by tons of natural light and recessed lighting. Light-colored hardwoods add to the effect. The owners have knocked down some walls to create an open floorplan in the living and dining areas and it flows effortlessly. The living room offers an inviting feel with a stone fireplace and access to the backyard.
The galley kitchen is styled with a decorative glass backsplash, new cabinetry, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances, including a gas range.
Hardwoods extend into the large master bedroom. The ensuite bath has a double shower, dual sinks, and granite countertops. The two secondary bedrooms share a Jack-and-Jill bathroom, also with granite.
The backyard is large with arching shade trees, mature landscaping, a fire pit, and open patio.
This home was listed May 3 by The King Team with Redfin Corporation for $299,900.