This darling Greenland Hills Tudor sits on a landscaped corner lot and affords a bounty of charming features, including a white picket fence! The three-bedroom, two-full-bathroom home just hit the market and we cannot stop gushing over every last detail, but if you’re interested you’ll have to act fast! We are told it has already received two offers and had tons of showings since we started writing this article. Read on and you’ll see why.
Let’s start with the exterior, shall we? Situated on a lushly landscaped 7,231-square-foot lot, the 1930s Tudor looks like a dream with classic trim, shutters, and an adorable front porch with white picket fence. Mature trees and flowerbeds only add to the excitement, and we are willing to bet you’ll be hooked once you step through the front door.
Inside, you are welcomed by an abundance of natural light, gorgeous hardwood floors, and beautiful stained glass windows.
An inviting open-concept living and dining area is marked by a cozy stone fireplace, classic crown molding, and tasteful pillars that harken back to the home’s origins. Listing agent Lindy Crain with Dave Perry-Miller – Preston Center says “I staged it myself!” Before she got her real estate license Lindy got certified as a stager, and adds “I learned so much!” Her work is perfection, and makes us want to move right in.
The designer light fixtures only add to the ambiance. From the warm glow of the wall sconces and chandelier in the dining room, to the flush-mount drum in the kitchen, every room comes alive with thoughtful touches.
The freshly painted kitchen is light and bright and perfect for the home cook, featuring Carrera marble countertops, stainless steel appliances, and ample space to test those family recipes for the holidays.
Nearby, a separate utility room is super handy and serves as your designated laundry area. Bonus – the refrigerator, washer and dryer stay with the home! Move-in ready never looked so good.
Step into the oversized master suite and become enamored by the updated en-suite bath with Carrera marble vanity, double sinks, frameless glass shower door, and dare we say it – claw foot tub! Yes, this home is what your Pinterest dreams are made of. Just look at that vintage-inspired tile floor! “I actually love the master because it has a walk in closet and adorable master bathroom,” says Lindy.
Guest rooms are equally inspiring and spacious, offering comfortable areas for kids to play or guests to unwind. Lindy tells us “It’s a great starter home with easy access to shopping and restaurants.”
The landscaped backyard with deck and expansive stone patio calls for cold glasses of iced tea and time spent soaking up the summer sun. It comes privately fenced, and takes full advantage of the large lot.
This head-turning Tudor won’t likely stay on the market long!
If you are as head over heels as we are, don’t miss the Open House this Sunday, April 29th from 3 to 5 p.m. Located at 5203 Ridgedale Avenue, it is listed by Lindy Crain with Dave Perry-Miller – Preston Center for $579,000.
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Amy Puchaty is founder and principal writer of Amy Puchaty Communications, a copywriting firm specializing in luxury real estate marketing. Amy’s marketing campaigns and copywriting work have appeared in numerous print and digital publications including The Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest, Inman News, The Denver Post, and Dallas Business Journal. Follow Amy at www.amypuchaty.com