Deep in the heart of East Dallas, we’ve found a charmer with huge renovations and big buyer appeal.
Our Thursday Three Hundred is at 2316 Hartline Dr. was taken to the studs for a flip and it looks marvelous. Updates include custom cedar accents inside and out, new low-E windows, and freshly textured and painted walls. And that’s just the beginning in this home, which has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living areas, and 1,727 square feet on one story, built in 1954. Shall we take a look?
Curb appeal is made unforgettable with cedar accents and fresh paint for this house near Gus Thomasson and Ferguson roads. It really stands out now with a deep blue-gray color and the rich wood.
Inside, you’ll find original hardwood floors that have been hand-scraped and refinished in the front living and dining areas, as well as bedrooms — no carpet in sight. The owners have partially opened up the floorplan of this front area and added a cool contemporary fireplace in the back living area, a feature that really anchors the room. The flow is natural between the front spaces, kitchen, and back living area.
Rustic charm is added with more cedar accents inside, and balanced by the sleek kitchen. In there, you’ll find quartz countertops, soft-close custom cabinets, a breakfast bar, white subway tile backsplash, and stainless steel appliances.
The master bedroom’s ensuite bathroom is totally rejuvenated and now has an oversized frameless glass shower, retro tile floor, and contemporary vanity. The second and third bedrooms share a bathroom with white cabinets, stone countertop, and that same cool tile treatment for the floor.
In back, you’ll find a new fence around one of the largest back yards in the neighborhood, so plenty of grassy space for kids of four-legged friends. The house has two driveways: one has access to the backyard along with a separate storage shed or workshop.
This home is listed by Alana Geblein with Home Capital Realty for $315,000.