Hewitt and Habgood Strike Again, This Time with a 1920s Craftsman for Under $530K

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If you don’t know the name Hewitt & Habgood by now you should. This dynamic Dallas duo has been crushing it for decades, churning out listings with a combined, 48-plus years of experience and a spotless reputation as one of the hardest working and most successful real estate teams in Dallas. With over $535 million sold, and over 90 percent of their business coming from repeats and referrals, you can bet they’ll soon be getting this Kidd Springs beauty sold, too!

Kathy Hewitt and Steve Habgood of Dave Perry-Miller InTown just co-listed this well-built 1920s brick Craftsman at 1005 Haines Avenue in Dallas, which affords all the charm and classic touches we’ve come to expect, but has been lovingly maintained to live like new.

“1005 Haines is a very special brick Craftsman style home in North Oak Cliff’s Kidd Springs neighborhood,” says Steve Habgood. “Its highly desirable location allows for easy walking distance to the Bishop Arts District, Kidd Springs Park, and the Davis Shopping District. Sylvan Thirty, Stevens Park Golf Course and Trinity Groves are all just minutes away by car. It is quite apparent that the original owner had a great eye and appreciation for quality details during its construction.”

How could you not fall in love with this stately 1920s abode, offering rare architectural details like a full-length concrete covered porch, brick columns with cast stone inlays, cast stone window sills, leaded glass windows, soaring ceilings, plaster walls, detailed millwork, gleaming hardwoods, and so much more?

To the tune of $525,000 you’ll get a prime Dallas location in Kidd Springs, on a beautiful tree-lined street, plus a warm and inviting floor plan that boasts three-bedrooms, three-full-bathrooms, and nearly 2,400-square-feet of living space to entertain.

Bonus! The third bed and bath are located in a separate 690-square-foot guest garage which comes complete with a cozy living room and kitchen – perfect for a nanny’s quarters or in-law suite.

We just adore the detailed look of the brick fireplace of the living area, met by custom built-ins and rich hardwood floors.

And the adorable kitchen is a dream! “The kitchen has been updated, but with an emphasis of keeping much of its original character and charm. The original butler’s display cabinet highlights the owner’s collectibles, and the antique stove with double ovens is in keeping with the period of the home,” Habgood adds.

Don’t even get me started on this charming kitchen, offering many original details, white cabinets, and a walk-in pantry! The high-end stainless-steel appliances are ideal and bring it into the modern era, but our favorite part is that darling gas stove.

A gracious dining room serves an intimate place to dine, with bay window and lovely crown moldings. Head to any one of the bedrooms to find plenty of architectural features and loads of character – no cookie-cutter rooms here!

Habgood told us, “The upstairs was remodeled to accommodate an expanded master suite, new master bath, updated dormer windows and a separate living room which makes up the entire second floor. For additional guests, there’s a 690-square-foot guest apartment above the garage with a living room, small kitchen, bedroom and bath.”

If you’ve been searching for a historic home that lives large, with a great patio, guest quarters, and landscaped backyard to boot, then this Kidd Springs home is for you!


Amy Puchaty

Amy Puchaty is founder and principal writer of Amy Puchaty Communications, a freelance copywriting firm specializing in luxury real estate marketing. As a real estate writer and communications specialist, Amy's marketing campaigns and copywriting work have appeared in numerous print and digital publications including The Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest, Inman News, The Denver Post, and Dallas Business Journal. Follow Amy at www.amypuchaty.com

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