Find Cozy, Chic Style In this Renovated Oak Cliff Ranch

Share News:

In the heart of Oak Cliff in its Druid Hills neighborhood, we’ve found cozy-chic style with a renovated ranch that’s sure to sell fast. 

The house at 2020 W. Five Mile Pkwy. is our Tuesday Two Hundred and it was made for a family that wants stylish living across the street from a park and greenbelt, and minutes from Bishop Dunn Catholic School and Bishop Arts District.  

This home has three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, one half bath, two dining areas, and 1,973 square feet on one story, built in 1958. 

The curb appeal is on point, with fresh paint, new windows, and wood accents, as well as new landscaping and new front door. Some other behind-the-scenes updates include a new roof; new gutters and ductwork; and new HVAC and water heater.  

Inside, find new bamboo flooring and an expansive floorplan that highlights the updates, including an oversized surround that looks marvelous and anchors the living room with its crown molding. The neutral palette is shades of grays and whites, with new baseboards throughout. 

The kitchen is mostly open to the living and dining areas, making it perfect for a family so mom or dad can see what’s happening while they’re preparing meals. The kitchen is all new with a designer tile backsplash, granite countertops, large peninsula with breakfast bar, and stainless steel appliances, including double ovens, gas cooktop, and built-in microwave. The nearby utility room has granite, too, a sink, and shelves. 

All three bedrooms have new carpeting and the master has a huge bay window and an ensuite bathroom with dual sinks, granite countertops, designer lights, new fixtures, and new contemporary tile treatment. 

In back, find a new wood deck, landscaping, mature tree, and a storage shed. 

This Oak Cliff ranch-style home was listed March 31 by Gayle Todd with Century 21 Judge Fite Company for $299,896.

Leah Shafer

Leah Shafer is a content and social media specialist, as well as a Dallas native, who lives in Richardson with her family. In her sixth-grade yearbook, Leah listed "interior designer" as her future profession. Now she writes about them, as well as all things real estate, for

Reader Interactions

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *