Our Thursday Three Hundred sings a midcentury song with tons of cool retro features in its 1,545 square feet. Located at 1526 Oates Dr. in the Crestview East neighborhood, this home offers modern updates and finishes that fit in beautifully, too.
With painted brick walls, a built-in brick planter, vaulted ceilings, and lots of natural light, it feels like a Palm Springs residence. But instead, you’ll be near North Buckner Boulevard and Ferguson Road in a fast-changing neighborhood behind Casa Linda and next to Linwood Park east of White Rock Lake. This dynamic area is seeing lots of activity from buyers who have been priced out of other East Dallas neighborhoods, like Little Forest Hills or Lakewood Heights.
This one-story Crestview East home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, built in 1961.
This East Dallas midcentury house has polished concrete floors throughout, a cool touch. Walking in, you’re greeted by a the built-in brick planter and a planter-to-ceiling wood divider. So retro. The house is a crisp white indoors, which contrasts beautifully with the concrete floors.
The floorplan is classic MCM with a brick wall/fireplace dividing the living and dining areas. Love the flow and more defined spaces, along with those beamed, vaulted ceilings with recessed lights.
The kitchen is a totally new space, renovated in way that is harmonious with the midcentury feel. You’ll find Krion countertops and a waterfall edge, glass subway tile backsplash, and white Shaker-style cabinetry with leather pulls. There are also stainless steel appliances, including a gas range.
Bathrooms also received big renos; the master is fab with a sleek floating vanity, frameless glass shower, penny tile, cement tile, and great fixtures. The second bathroom echoes that look.
The backyard features a cool concrete block planter and private side yard sitting area off the master bedroom.
This home was listed Aug. 14 by David Collier with David Griffin and Company Realtors for $389,900.