Northwest Dallas offers lots of 1950’s and 1960’s properties that have been updated and made modern for today’s buyers. Our Thursday Three Hundred is a Midway Hollow reno that took a traditional 1950 house, expanded its size, and created an attractive space.
Located at 9820 Mixon Dr., this 1,860-square-foot house has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and two living areas on one story. The fourth bedroom, second living area, and patio were completed this year, increasing the square footage and living options. The front also got a facelift, boosting the curb appeal.
It sits on a tree-lined street near Walnut Hill and Marsh lanes and was just listed July 1. Let’s take a peek before it goes under contract.
Walk across the threshold into the dining area and take in the hardwood floors, big windows, and and light color palette. This room leads into the first living area. Hardwoods extend into this space, and there’s a large brick wood-burning fireplace and several windows, as well as a cool midcentury-inspired light fixture.
The updated kitchen features lots of white cabinets, granite countertops, tumbled stone backsplash, stone tile floor, stainless steel appliances, including a gas range, and room for a breakfast table.
Both bathrooms have been remodeled and have contemporary vanities. The home also offers two zones of heat and AC.
The large, fenced backyard has plenty of grassy green space, a new covered patio, and 120-square-foot storage building.
This home is listed by Philip Walker with Keller Williams — Dallas Park Cities for $395,000.