Splurge vs Steal: Two New Construction Contemporary Condos in East Village

Splurge vs Steal: Two New Construction Contemporary Condos in East Village | CandysDirt.com

East Village is a loosely defined geographical area on the opposite side of Central Expressway as West Village. It is fast developing and full of surprises. 

Today’s Splurge vs Steal takes us to East Village and two brand new condos that are move-in ready with sleek design and contemporary elements. Which one is your favorite? 

 

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In a pocket of East Village primed to explode with new homes, unit 4 at 1504 Burlew St., is just completed with high-end finish-out and sleek design. The surrounding apartments have been purchased for demolition, so big changes are coming to this location, near Ross Avenue and North Peak Street and minutes from Baylor Hospital, downtown Dallas, the Arts District, Uptown, Henderson Avenue, Lower Greenville, Lakewood, and Swiss Avenue. This home has two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, one half bath, and 1,935 square feet on two stories.

Drive up to a two-car garage and private entrance with drought-tolerant landscaping in the front and side yards and an 8-foot privacy fence. Inside, find 10-foot ceilings with museum-finish walls, white oak hardwood floors, solid core doors, and a bright, open floorplan. The kitchen features custom flat-front white cabinetry, white quartz countertops, an island, white tile backsplash, and stainless steel appliances, including a convection oven. Behind-the-scenes features include a tankless water heater, 2-by-6 exterior walls for greater insulation, energy-rated foamed ceiling insulation, and a custom 16-SEER HVAC system. Hardwoods extend to the bedrooms and the master bath is exceptional with a drop-down shower, floating cabinetry, floor-to-ceiling tile, skylight, quartz countertops, and custom mirror design. 

This home was listed April 30 by Colin Lardner with Lardner Group Real Estate for $619,000, reduced to $595,000. Mandatory monthly HOA dues are $250 and include blanket insurance, reserves, sprinkler system, water/sewer, and maintenance of front yard, exterior, and common areas. 

 

STEAL: FIVE-UNIT DEVELOPMENT WITH CLEAN LINES, THREE STORIES 

The five-unit development at 4608 Coles Manor Pl. called The Hobbes is selling now and we love unit 201 with its open floorplan on three stories and clean, crisp lines. This home has two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, one half bath, and 1,435 square feet, located near North Carroll Avenue and Central Expressway.  

This unit has a two-car garage and private front door (nice yellow color!) with a fenced front yard. Near the entrance is a bonus space for storage or office. The open-concept second level has two balconies, white oak hardwood floors, and lots of natural light. The custom kitchen offers a 10-foot live-edge-slab-topped island, walk-in pantry, white flat-front cabinets, a white dimensional backsplash, quartz countertops, and stainless steel appliances, including a Bertuzzoni range and wine cooler. This level has to balconies, as well. In the bedrooms, find new carpet, floor-to-ceiling windows, and an ensuite with dual vanities, quartz countertops, and a walk-in shower with frameless glass door. The second bedroom also has an ensuite bath. 

This home was listed May 10 by Elena Dinaburg with Texas Urban Living Realty for $415,000. Mandatory monthly HOA dues are $276 and include gas, maintenance of common areas, management fees, reserves, trash, and water/sewer.