North Lake Estates Contemporary Leads Our Dallas Open Houses Roundup

North Lake Estates Contemporary Leads Our Dallas Open Houses Roundup | CandysDirt.com

The Preston Hollow North Lake Estates home at 11112 Eastview Cir. is one of our three featured open houses this week.

This week’s CandysDirt.com Dallas Open Houses has three fabulous properties ranging in price from $325K to $940K. You’re going to love the Preston Hollow North Lake Estates contemporary we’ve picked to lead the way. The other two are in Midway Hollow and North Dallas, and both are darling. Let’s take a look. 

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Open house: Sunday, July 23, 2-4 p.m. 

Sitting on over half an acre in a prime Preston Hollow location, the North Lake Estates contemporary at 11112 Eastview Cir. is just lovely. With an asking price under $1 million, this house is an opportunity to own on a particularly beautiful street surrounded by million-dollar properties. We love the modern, manicured landscaping and mature trees. This home has four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, one half bath, two dining areas, and 3,136 square feet on one story, built in 1954.   

The interior of the home is all clean lines and high-quality updates, with glass double doors and a side window greeting at the entryway. Large white wood windows throughout provide views of the expansive yards. The living area features a contemporary honed travertine fireplace and recessed lights, along with smooth walls, ideal for art collectors or design enthusiasts. The renovated kitchen includes white quartz countertops, glass tile backsplash, under-counter lighting, and stainless steel appliances, including double ovens and four-burner Jenn-Air gas cooktop. The master bedroom and bath need updates to make them fit the rest of the home’s sleek feel, but the bones are there for a serene retreat. The large backyard with a swimming pool provide possibilities to expand the home and add an outdoor living area. 

This home was listed July 14 by Lori Kircher with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate for $940,000.

 

NORTH DALLAS TRANSITIONAL, TRANSFORMED WITH BIG RENOVATION

Open house: Saturday, July 22, 1-4 p.m. and Sunday, July 23, 1-4 p.m. 

The house at 13625 Far Hills Ln. is in a convenient part of north Dallas near Alpha and Hillcrest roads. It’s just a mile north of LBJ and close to the Dallas North Tollway, making it easy to get pretty much anywhere you need to go in Dallas pretty quickly. It’s beautifully remodeled and shines in the neighborhood. This home has five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, one half bath, two living areas, two dining areas, and 3,082 square feet on two stories, built in 1964. 

The contemporary floorplan is open and bright with custom-stained wide white oak nailed down hardwoods throughout the ground level. The kitchen features custom cabinetry, quartz countertops, high-end lighting and fixtures, breakfast bar, counter-to-ceiling glass tile backsplash, and stainless steel Bosch appliances, including a gas range. The master bedroom has oversized dual walk-in closets and the bathroom is wonderful with a modern soaker tub, frameless glass shower, and beautiful tile treatment. Head outside to relax under the new pergola in the backyard, which has a 10-foot board-on-board cedar fence. Other updates include new electrical panel, new wiring in the first floor, new high efficiency HVAC unit and ducting,, new plantation shutters and low-E windows.

This home was listed July 7 by Diana Sonmez with Premier Property Marketing Group for $599,900.

 

PICTURE-PERFECT MIDWAY HOLLOW COTTAGE WITH UPDATED EVERYTHING

Open house: Sunday, July 23, 2-4 p.m. 

Cute, cute, cute! We are loving the picture-perfect cottage at 3808 Dunhaven Rd. near Walnut Hill and Marsh lanes in Midway Hollow. It’s been professionally remodeled and packs a lot of style into its 1,150 square feet, with three bedrooms and one bathroom, built in 1952.

The front living and dining areas share an open space, and there’s tons of natural light and original refinished hardwood floors. The kitchen is a showstopper, with blue lower cabinets, white uppers, a subway tile backsplash, white countertops, and floor tile laid in a herringbone pattern. There are also stainless steel appliances, including a gas range. The home offers new electrical throughout, new ductwork, energy-efficient HVAC, and new Pella windows.

This home was listed July 20 by Michael Johnson with Keller Williams, Turtle Creek for $325,000.

 

This open house roundup is a weekly feature at CandysDirt.com. Let us know if you visit these properties and what you think of them. If you have an open house to tell us about, email Leah here.

 

5 Comment

  • Does every remodel have to use shaker style cabinets? After awhile all the re-dos look the same with white walls, white marble etc….

    • Yes, they do. Didn’t you get the HGTV memo? They’ll let us know when our taste should change. 🙂

      • Haha! It would just be nice to show some originality. This is no different than every harvest gold Formica/stained cabinet kitchen of the 60s/70s.

        • Ironically, I replaced my avocado kitchen…with white Shaker cabinets. I had a tiny bit of originality in having inset doors/drawers. I also replaced every door in the house with 3-panel Shaker doors. 🙂
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          I chose Shaker because I’d used it before and nearly 20 years later, its simplicity still looks contemporary. I suppose in a world where styles rapidly change for most things, Shaker gives some hope of stylistic endurance.

    • I’m just glad the reign of tan granite is (somewhat) over. I’ll take almost anything but that!