Tastefully Bold Townhome on Hall Street Offers Brilliant Upgrades

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With Dallas’ booming job market, more and more Millennials are moving to the area, and they have a very specific list of wants. According to this article by Inman, Millennials are turning the market on its head with a very picky list of asks, preferring to rent until they find that Goldilocks home that is just right. Millennials want a top-notch location with access to entertainment and amenities, smart home tech and automation, a smaller footprint, open floor plans, and home office spaces. 

And wouldn’t you know, Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate’s own Phillip Murrell just listed a tastefully bold townhome that would make any Millennial jump for joy. It’s an easy pick for our High Caliber Home of the Week presented by Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans. Know a Millennial on the hunt for the perfect property in Uptown? Don’t wait! Call Lisa Peters today to get pre-qualified so you can put in your highest and best offer on this tastefully bold townhome on Hall St.

Right from the entrance, you can see how 4116 N. Hall St. would appeal to a Millennial buyer. With a light-filled office with French doors to a patio, as well as warm hardwood floors featuring a chevron pattern at the staircase landing and deliciously saturated paint, it’s warm and inviting from the get-go. This particular property comes equipped with three bedrooms, two full baths, two living areas, and 1,676 square feet spread over three floors. Murrell is offering this tastefully bold townhome for $395,000 — a fabulous price for the hot Oak Lawn location. It’s perfectly sited just off of Douglas between Cedar Springs and Rawlins. 

“Buyers have already responded positively to the open floor plan and upgraded finishes, but what you can’t see in the picture is the updated HVAC system and recently replaced roof,” Murrell said. “This adds some great peace of mind for the next homeowner.”

The living area, kitchen, dining area, and the smallest of the three bedrooms is located on the second floor. It has a great flow and open feel, which makes the colorful interiors stand out so much more. The kitchen is very efficient, with a breakfast bar, stainless steel appliances, a built-in microwave positioned at the appropriate height (no crotch-level reheating!), a gas cooktop, and a sink situated right in front of a sunny window with a cool industrial-style tap. 

That’s another thing: despite the bold paint choices, the unit doesn’t feel cave-like thanks to the many windows that allow light to flood the home. A bonus in our book!
Climb to the third floor to see Murrell’s favorite part of this home.

“The seller had transformed an upstairs office/den space into an over-the-top, luxurious changing room,” he gushed. “It’s my favorite room in the house!”

I think it’s a great asset for Millennial buyers who want storage, but can’t vibe with those cramped closets that urban townhomes are known for. You can put yourself together in the morning with ease thanks to the bright space, which allows you to easily see all of your clothes for effortless outfits. 

Across the hall is the master suite, which has the prettiest en-suite bath. The third-floor master is large, clocking in at 19-by-13 feet. It easily accommodates a small reading nook. I’d consider putting in a small coffee bar either in here or in the dressing room, as I’m lazy and walking down a floor to get caffeinated might be too perilous for me. Relaxation would come easy, though, with the oversized, stone-topped tub and frameless glass shower. The dual vessel sinks are just perfectly matched to the space, too. And of course, if you or your partner still require more space for your clothing, there’s a custom elfa closet in the master bath, too.

In all, this tastefully bold townhome on Hall Street is a great property for a Millennial buyer who is waiting for just the right home to hit the market. You get a lot for your money with 4116 N. Hall St., including a tidy little patio, two garage spaces, and a location that can’t be beat! 



Joanna England

If Executive Editor Joanna England could house hunt forever, she absolutely would. Instead she covers the North Texas housing market and the economy for CandysDirt.com. While she started out with the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, Joanna's work has appeared in The Dallas Morning News as well as several local media outlets. When she's not knitting or hooping, or enjoying White Rock Lake, she's behind the lens of her camera. She lives in East Dallas with her husband, son, and their furry and feathered menagerie.

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