We’ve found sweet cottage style and a coveted address just blocks from McKinney Square, remodeled and move-in ready.
Our Thursday Three Hundred at 504 N. Bradley St. is in the McKinney Historic District, a rejuvenated area that draws people from all over that city and DFW.
“The whole square of downtown is what people come up to see — its the true old downtown, charming atmosphere,” said listing agent Marilyn Iness with Coldwell Banker Apex, Realtors. “This area is attracting a lot of millennials and would also make a great vacation rental since there’s not a lot of hotel availability [nearby].”
The house itself is beautifully redone, yet maintains its character in three bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living areas, and 1,522 square feet on one story, built in 1950. There’s an open house this Sunday, Sept. 16, from 2-4 p.m. Sneak peek, anyone?
Darling curb appeal will woo potential buyers with fresh paint and mature trees. Love that color on the house.
Inside, find beautifully redone wood floors throughout the home, shiplap, rustic wood accents, and two fireplaces. A front living area flows easily into the dining room and kitchen.
The kitchen earns an A with its quartz counters, farm sink, arabesque blue tile backsplash, white cabinets, and stainless steel appliances, including a gas range. Behind the kitchen is the second living area with a fireplace, vaulted ceiling, and French doors leading to the patio.
In the updated master, the fireplace is a nice surprise, as is the barn door on the closet and the ensuite bath with a jetted tub, dual sinks, and a walk-in shower with dual showerheads, bench seat, and a great tile treatment, including a shower nook.
In back, there is a wood deck and large tree, as well a flex structure that could be a she-shed, playhouse, or storage space.
This home was listed Sept. 11 by Iness for $380,500.