Live Like an Interior Designer in this Magazine-Worthy Elmwood House

In Oak Cliff’s Elmwood neighborhood, you can live a life of high style in the incredible abode of an interior designer. 

Our Thursday Three Hundred at 1814 Lansford Ave. sits on a creek front lot on nearly a quarter acre near Wright Street and South Edgefield Avenue. City owned property beyond the survey line makes it feel like a private park in back. Inside, you’ll find an open entertaining area and beautiful hardwood floors with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living areas, and 1,782 square feet on two stories, sitting on 0.234 acres. 

Elmwood itself gets raves from neighbors and Heritage Oak Cliff for its natural beauty:

Elmwood is a picturesque North Oak Cliff neighborhood of charming homes and expansive parks. The community is located on gently rolling, tree-shaded hills above the limestone banks of Cedar Creek. This land was once the Tennessee Dairy Farm and remnants of the farm exist to this day, including the former farmhouse and portions of an old stone wall that divided the farm.

Elmwood Park, along the banks of Cedar and Elmwood Creeks, is a focal point of the neighborhood. The park is full of mature trees and is home to a variety of birds and wildlife. The park has play equipment, open spaces for sports, and is a popular place for walking dogs and jogging as well.

This house has sweet curb appeal with low impact landscaping and a circular driveway. Across the threshold, walk into the living area, anchored by a fireplace flanked by large windows. This space is open to the kitchen, with granite countertops, dark gray Shaker-style cabinets, an island, breakfast bar, dimensional subway tile backsplash, and stainless steel appliances, including a gas range. Looks marvelous. 

Downstairs, find a second living area leading out to the covered patio with hot tub (a deck is above) and backyard on the creek with mature trees. 

This home was listed Aug. 17 by Brian Davis with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty for $399,900.