Deep in the Heart of East Dallas, Find Big Updates in Established Neighborhood

Just 10 minutes from the shores of White Rock Lake, find fresh style and big renovations in the house at 2720 San Marcus Ave. deep in the heart of East Dallas. 

Our Tuesday Two Hundred is located near Gus Thomasson and Shiloh roads in an established neighborhood with mature trees and a sense of community. This home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living areas, and 1,836 square feet on one story, built in 1955. There’s an open house this Saturday, April 28, from 2-4 p.m. Would you like a sneak peek? 

The curb appeal is sweet on this East Dallas home: cream-colored brick, smart landscaping, mature tree, and new cedar siding on the front porch. New windows look great, too. 

Inside, find new hardwood floors in the front living area that carry into the dining room, kitchen, and bedrooms. The update partially opened up the floorplan to help it flow with ease and they’ve staged the front living area for maximum appeal. New light fixtures and recessed lights work with the windows to keep the spaces bright. 

In the kitchen, find a center island, granite countertops, white countertops, a contemporary glass tile backsplash, and new stainless steel appliances, including a gas range. 

Toward the back of the house, the second living area is a large room with new carpeting, anchored by a fireplace with floor-to-ceiling tile surround. Sliding doors lead to the backyard with a two-car detached garage, new wood fence, small open patio, and mature trees. 

All three bedrooms are generously sized and both bathrooms are completely updated. The master bath features dual sinks and an oversized shower with frameless glass door. The secondary bathroom has large format tile with glass tile accents similar to the master’s, as well as dual sinks and a new vanity. 

This home was listed April 12 by Milly Eyotia with Lone Star Realty for $289,000.

One Comment

  • Is there a door on the bathroom water closet??? The kitchen island’s door style is different from the rest of the cabinets, which to my eye makes it look like a Home Depot afterthought. Also, when will remodelers/renovators fall out of love with the busy kitchen backsplash?