You’ll Love the High-End Touches on This Entry-Level Rowlett Home

When you’ve got 1,137 square feet to work with, you want to make the most of every inch, and this tastefully renovated three-bedroom, two-bath home in Rowlett does an amazing job at it.

The home, listed for $190,000 by Kathie Truitt and Kevin Caskey of Halo Group Realty is well-situated at Miller Road and President George Bush Turnpike. What’s special are the high-end touches investor Dino Tapper put throughout the house that make this starter home an inviting, modern space for a couple buying their first home.

Walking up to the front of this 1971-built home, you’ll notice the beautiful stained wood overhang that frames the front door and contrasting white painted brick. The stained wood facade is something of a signature for Tapper. Simple shrubbery gives the home clean curb appeal.

Inside, the smart use of a great room for a living room, dining area, and kitchen nook — all lined with hardwood floors — makes the home feel spacious and bright.

The kitchen features granite countertops, white cabinets with sleek cabinet pulls, and an upgraded kitchen sink with wand faucet. The kitchen is fully equipped with brand new appliances including refrigerator, stovetop, oven, dishwasher, and microwave.

This Rowlett darling has three bedrooms all featuring modern black-and-chrome ceiling fans and new carpet, plus, one full and one half bath. The full bath is remodeled beautifully with marble-esque tile in the shower and tub surround, upgraded chrome fixtures, and granite vanity tops.

The back patio features a large deck and covered sitting area, which makes plenty of room for outdoor entertaining. The massive backyard has tons of possibilities, as the entire property sits on approximately one acre. This home at 3826 Lisa Drive is zoned for Garland ISD schools and located in Dallas County. It’s a great example of the high-end touches that investors are choosing to include in affordably-priced homes in the Metroplex.