Over 3,000 Square Feet in East Dallas for Well Under $300K? Check Out This Listing

If you’re looking to buy a Dallas house for under $300K, they tend to be on the smaller side. But every once in a while, you find a happy surprise. 

Our Tuesday Two Hundred is one of them. The East Dallas house at 10918 Shiloh Rd. has five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, one half bath, and 3,017 square feet on two stories, built in 1959. The roof and siding have been replaced, HVAC updated, front porch added, and there are new windows, floors, and paint. The curb appeal is cute as can be, the kitchen and baths are great, and the price has been reduced from $294,900 to $245,000. 

Did we mention it has over 3,000 square feet?!? 

This home has had an extensive remodel, including added insulation in the walls, updated double pane windows, new roof, foundation repair, and updated HVAC with new ductwork and a second HVAC added for zoned air and heat.

Listing agent Mike Bryant with Ebby Halliday Realtors says people often ask him if it’s new construction because of the build-out quality and the contemporary floorplan.

“The downstairs master bedroom is enormous — 20-by-15 — larger than many living rooms,” Bryant said. “It has vaulted ceilings in the living room and in the master bedroom and people love the oversized bedrooms.”

This house sits facing Shiloh Road, a busier street, so there is a large circular driveway to make parking a breeze, with access to the back and a detached one-car garage. There’s also a new front porch.

The updated kitchen includes granite countertops, new cabinets, and flooring. The nearby laundry room is so large, it’s more like a laundry palace.

Upstairs are two full bathrooms and four bedrooms. 

“One of the upstairs bedrooms in particular is always a favorite for a children’s playroom,” said Bryant.

A cute backyard has access from the formal dining room and master suite.

This home is listed by Bryant for $245,000.

2 Comment

  • If Shiloh Road got a road diet, it could be the equivalent of Custer Road through Richardson Canyon Creek, or Mockingbird through Highland Park. As it is, this beautiful house is seriously undervalued because who wants a wide freeway running in front of their house?

    • Doesn’t look that bad on a satellite view — two lanes in each direction with left-turn cutouts. Can’t tell where stop signs/lights might be for traffic control, though.