Buying this three-bedroom, three-bath townhome in Bishop Arts would be like buying right next to West Village 20 years ago as it was being built. Literally right next to one of the best burgeoning developments in the Metroplex and walking distance to food, drinks, and shopping. Joe Atkins Realty in Bishop Arts brings us this Saturday Six Hundred at 410 Melba Street, where multiple units are available ranging from $599,999 to $649,999 for a window-filled corner unit.
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This three-bedroom, three-bath, 2,212-square-foot home offers an expansive open floor plan, beautiful transitional finish out, and breathtaking views from the rooftop patio. Enjoy a quiet evening in front of the fireplace or take a stroll through the neighborhood to explore the vibrant sights and sounds of the Bishop Arts District. Minutes from Downtown, Sylvan 30, Kessler Park, and Trinity Groves.
Beautifully done by star stager Karen Eubank, this luxury townhome is crisp and modern. Of four floors, the first floor consists of your two-car garage and the second floor, an entrance. A spacious and bright living room greets you on the third floor, with an open floor plan dining nook and kitchen.
The kitchen features stainless steel appliances, large center island with built-in microwave, and steel gray subway tile backsplash. Under cabinet lights, recessed lighting, and pendant lamps all create lovely soft light at night and make this urban townhome feel like home.
The floating staircase up to the fourth floor is sure to wow. The spacious master suite has a step-out balcony with beautiful views above the trees.
The master bathroom has an enclosed walk-in shower and garden tub that’s made bright with an oblong privacy window. His and hers vanities offer tons of drawers and cabinet space.
This four-story new construction townhome puts you in the center of the upcoming Bishop Arts Village, the urban mixed-use development experience in south Dallas’ Oak Cliff area. When it’s complete, it’ll fill two city blocks with artisanal shops, locally-owned signature restaurants, coffee shops, nightlife, and outdoor life.
“You could throw a stone and get dinner, coffee, cocktails, clothing,” Atkins says. “The proximity you’ll have living here is a huge plus.”
This townhome would be perfect for empty nesters who’ve lived the 4,000-square-foot life in the suburbs and now want to move to a more urban, walkable lifestyle. Young professionals who work downtown would also love this neighborhood because it’s got uptown life with a more laidback, artsy vibe.
As Atkins describes it, it’s like the West Village with more Austin and less L.A.