With mature trees, rolling topography, proximity to White Rock Lake, and tons of charming homes, Lochwood is getting plenty of attention from buyers. Of course, when there’s a lot of interest in a neighborhood, prices tend to go up, so we’re not surprised to see this ranch on Rogue Way priced in the $400,000 range. Truly, we have been wondering when the rest of Dallas was going to catch on to this great little enclave of 1960s architecture.
But this little home, while it’s unassuming from the curb, packs quite the punch inside. With a designer kitchen, open spaces, and tons of light, you’re sure to fall in love with this hip-pocket listing from Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate’s Scott Kaserman at 11718 Rogue Way.
This home was last on the market in 2013, and it’s come a long way since then. The sellers put in a lot of work on this three-bedroom, two-bath, 2,081-square-foot ranch, with a laundry list of improvements. Kaserman is offering this property for $449,000, which comes out to $215.76 per square foot. See what I mean? Now that people have discovered what a wonderful neighborhood Lochwood is, homes are going to start trading at a premium.
Of course, you do get quite a bit for your money in this house, including fresh paint, matched and refinished hardwood floors, an open floor plan, and a brand-new kitchen that was taken to the studs and fitted with just about everything a home chef could want.
There are two living areas in this house, with a den complete with stone fireplace that will serve to keep this cute house cozy come winter. Ceiling fans can be found in most every room — a boon for families looking to conserve energy in the summer.
Kaserman says that the sellers took the master bath to the studs, too. It now has an expanded shower footprint to include a bench, a new vanity with quartz countertop and vessel sink, and gorgeous marble tile. It’s a great example of what you can accomplish in a small space.
And the backyard is fantastic, especially with the covered porch.
What a great place for a family to settle into! What do you think?