Candy recently called Farmers Branch “the best kept secret in North Texas” real estate and she’s totally right. This inner ring suburb offers great housing options for substantially less than an equivalent house would cost, as well as lovely parks and an active community.
This house is just outside the 635 loop near Valley View Lane and Webb Chapel Road, but look how much more you get for your money because of it. This home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,406 square feet on one story, built in 1959 and listed for $249,900. Wow.
The curb appeal is updated with freshly painted brick, wood accents, and a new garage door. Landscaping is manicured and tidy. The overall effect is smart. Oh, and did I mention brand new low-E windows? That will save on energy costs as well as look great. And the roof is new as of this year.
Inside, it’s crisp and stylish with a partially open floorplan and laminate floors that look like the real deal. From new recessed LED lights and baseboards to new paint, everything was touched in this renovation. The front living area is a cozy spot with plenty of natural light.
The kitchen and dining area are open to each other with large-format ceramic tile and recessed LED lights. Love the chandelier above the dining table. The kitchen has new high-gloss, flat front white cabinets, dark quartz countertops, a great configuration, and breakfast bar, as well as stainless steel appliances.
All three bedrooms have laminate floors — no carpet in sight — and the master ensuite bath is updated with contemporary tile treatments. The utility room has space for a full-size washer-dryer with cabinets above.
In back, find a decent-sized yard for outdoor entertaining with newly installed wooden fence for privacy.
This home was listed yesterday by Sammy Rangwala with United Real Estate.