New Construction Gem In Booming Medical District With Countless Upgrades for $489K

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Open House this weekend, Saturday & Sunday from 2-4 p.m. 2826 Hedgerow Drive Dallas, TX is currently listed for $489,000 by Susan Griffin of Bill Griffin Real Estate.

Have we got the Friday Four Hundred for you! Located in Dallas’ hot Medical District sits this stunning three-bedroom, two-full-bathroom, newly built contemporary gem with a slew of modern upgrades, and at a price you won’t believe! We went straight to the source and tracked down listing agent Susan Griffin to get the full story behind this stunning, economically priced home, which is currently listed at $489,000. We guarantee its impressive finish out and 7,841-square-foot floor plan will have you at hello.

First impression? Pure awe! In a tight market where home prices continue to rise, this Dallas beauty affords buyers with an unbeatable location, effortless open floor plan, nine-foot soaring ceilings, gourmet kitchen, oversized beds and baths, curb appeal for days, and a huge backyard that just screams summer soirée!

“Its proximity to Downtown, Love Field, and walking distance to DART make it a very desirable location for this price point,” says Susan Griffin with Bill Griffin Real Estate. “Single-family new homes and 1/2 duplexes in the area sell well above $500,000, so this is an exceptional price that could only be achieved through creative advanced building technology. The pre-fab construction is superior to ground-up and is the wave of the future for new construction.”

Griffin tells us the foundation of the property is built on site with concrete piers and concrete grade beam wall. The developer, Now Homes, in partnership with Dwellings, invested $25,000 into the foundation alone!

“The benefit of pre-fab homes is the ability to control quality and maximize insulation prior to shipment. A home that is factory sealed is going to have superior insulation versus one built on site,” Griffin explains. “The modern architectural elevation and sloped metal seam roof with a lifetime warranty provide the quality and drive up appeal younger Millennial buyers are looking for.”

We can’t get over the cedar accents! The dramatic carport with built-in lighting and custom stone drive way with black Tejas gravel accents is a head-turner, and the light-and-bright interior is like a breath of fresh air. Step inside to find jaw-dropping designer finishes including a gourmet kitchen with black stainless steel gas range and vent hood, under-mount sink with commercial-style chef faucet, and huge waterfall quartz island with bar seating that is perfect for gathering when you’re ready to entertain. “These are unique features you just don’t see at this price point!” adds Griffin.

The bedrooms are open and inviting. Just feast your eyes on this spa-like master bath with free-standing tub and separate glass shower … plus a giant walk-in closet. Swoon!

The second bedroom is equally comfortable, met by a spacious bath with elongated vanity, and tub/shower combo that is adorned in warm neutrals.

“How many homes under $500,000 have a custom concrete address wall to welcome your guests, or a 16-by-16 cedar deck in the backyard?” asks Griffin. “Wide-plank white oak floors, which are very much on trend, and custom wood cabinets built on site are the added touches that make this home special. The developer went all out with the abundant windows throughout the home, which bring in light from every direction. I think homeowners will appreciate all the attention to detail and cutting edge technology that comes with this home.”

See for yourself at the Open House this weekend, Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m.


Amy Puchaty

Amy Puchaty is founder and principal writer of Amy Puchaty Communications in Boulder, Colorado, a bespoke content services firm specializing in luxury real estate marketing. As a luxury real estate writer and communications specialist, 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

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