In Northwest Dallas, Sparkman Club stands out as one of the most desirable areas. Formed in the 1950s, its brick houses and manicured lawns provide a backdrop for a real sense community among residents. You can find many of them at the Sparkman Community Club swimming and tennis facility on warmer days, chatting among themselves and creating a small town feel in a great big city.
This is where our Thursday Three Hundred is located at 3524 Norcross Ln., sitting in the heart of the neighborhood, which is bounded by Webb Chapel, Royal Lane, Marsh Lane, and Merrell Lane.
This updated home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living areas, and 1,719 square feet on one story, built in 1956. Bonus for families: It is in the attendance zone for Everette Lee Degolyer Elementary School, which earns an 8 out of 10 from greatschools.org.
There is an open house this Sunday, Aug. 5, from 1 to 3 p.m. How about a sneak peek?
Darling curb appeal includes white brick, freshly painted gray shutters, a slate porch, and mature, manicured landscaping. It sits on a quiet, curving residential street.
Inside, hardwood floors run through most of the house, including bedrooms, and lots of windows and recessed lights keep the interior bright. A front living and dining area open onto the second living area and kitchen in the back of the house. Features in the kitchen include white cabinets, granite countertops, and a gas range. The second living area opens onto the large yard shaded by mature trees with lots of green space, a wood deck, and a two-car attached garage. So pretty.
The master has an ensuite bathroom with an oversized shower and dual sinks on a newer vanity. The second bathroom is updated with a white vanity and decorative tile treatments.
This Sparkman Club home was listed yesterday afternoon by Stephen Collins with Dave Perry-Miller — Park Cities for $399,000.