Treetop Midcentury in Eastwood Estates Is A Steal At $450K

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At this 1955 Eastwood Estates stunner you get a lot of bang for your buck, and a backyard oasis to boot! Ideally nestled on a heavily treed quarter-acre lot sits this three-bedroom, three-full-bathroom midcentury gem boasting gorgeous hardwood floors, a giant open-concept kitchen, plus two inviting living areas, and yes, it even has a garage. The asking price? Just $450,000. Are you thinking what we’re thinking? Better call to book that showing before “not you” makes it their home.

What is more peaceful than living among a canopy of trees? At this East Dallas home, it’s all about nature and bringing the outdoors in.

Light and bright interiors welcome you inside to a spacious open floor plan.

Love to throw dinner parties? Just check out that gracious dining area with walls of windows and plenty of space to hang art.

Want to be the next Top Chef? This kitchen offers an updated look and feel with stainless appliances, granite counters, and storage for days.

Always have your nose in a book? What better place to read than in this cozy living area by the fire.

Nature lover through and through? Imagine spending time in this sun room and upper-level master suite with walls of glass and views of the impressive backyard!

And speaking of backyard, this one in Eastwood Estates is to die for. Privately fenced and secluded, it has pathways, and flowerbeds, a wooden deck, and a greenhouse. There’s room for vegetable gardens, and cookouts, and places for kids and pets to play. And that hammock you see hanging between those two trees? Yep, it’s calling your name.

With enchanting gardens and ample space to host family and friends, there’s no reason not to scoop up this magnificent mid century gem.

Brandon Travelstead of Dallas City Center Realtors has listed 10427 Lake Gardens Drive for $450,000.

What do you think of this week’s Friday Four Hundred in Eastwood Estates? Let us know in the comments.


Amy Puchaty

Amy Puchaty is founder and principal writer of Amy Puchaty Communications, a freelance copywriting firm specializing in luxury real estate marketing. As a real estate writer and communications specialist, Amy's marketing campaigns and copywriting work have appeared in numerous print and digital publications including The Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest, Inman News, The Denver Post, and Dallas Business Journal. Follow Amy at

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  1. Mark says

    For one, it looks like the previous owners have taken everything mid-century modern out of the home. The kitchen and the bathrooms are definitely not mcm. Looks like they chose the cheapest materials from home Depot to “update” the house. Almost looks like a flip, as in the character got sucked out, it’s made to look as bland as possible, and then it hits the market with $200K added to what it should actually be priced at.

  2. Bobbi says

    They bought a mid century house just to remodel it into that? They took out every mid century detail that was probably in that house. Now it looks like every white mom’s ideal from fifteen years ago. Absolutely horrible to take out the original detailing. What was the point of buying a mid century house, then? Actually horrified that someone would do this tit a mid century home.

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