Grapevine Shines with Mix of Contemporary, Ranch Style, and Victorian Homes

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Grapevine is a fascinating suburb with real estate ranging from historic homes to brand new construction to luxury lake living. Here are three vastly different styled homes in Grapevine for this week’s Suburb Sunday: A soft contemporary, a mid-century ranch style, and a Victorian home.

A Perfect Combo of Style and Location

Address: 3001 Old Mill Run, Grapevine

  • Three bedrooms, three baths
  • 2,615 square feet
  • $439,900

This 1982-built soft contemporary home offers spacious living with an open flow for entertaining. Exception features include an expansive foyer, 20-foot fireplace, open staircase and catwalk, and loft study. The previous owners spent time and attention making the backyard a perfect private oasis with fireplace, solar screen, wiring for tv and sound, professional lighting, stonework, and landscaping.

This home is listed by Tina Bruns of Re/Max Trinity II – The Croney Team.


Landmarked Deacon House Is Steps From Main Street

Address: 413 W. College Street, Grapevine

  • Four bedrooms, four baths
  • 2,660 square feet
  • $699,900

Originally built for one of Grapevine’s most prominent families in 1940, the officially landmarked Earl Deacon House has been renovated to its original mid-century ranch style beauty. The property, just steps away from Main Street, is situated on a half-acre of land. As you walk in, notice the beautifully refinished original hardwood floors that lead into the open living spaces and generously-sized rooms. Substantial mechanical updates include three new zone heating and AC, including new ductwork, updated wiring including a new 200 amp service panel and breakers, and new sewer, water, and gas lines throughout the property.

This home is listed by Sue Wykes of Coldwell Banker Residential.


The 1899 Yates House Is a Dreamy Victorian

Address: 405 Smith Street, Grapevine

  • Three bedrooms, three baths
  • 2,650 square feet
  • $849,000

Open House alert! Tour this charming Victorian in the Historic District of Grapevine from 1-4 p.m. Sunday. This home is known as the Yates House, built in 1899 on one of the largest corner lots steps away from Main Street. The vintage Queen Anne style is retained from the front porch to the grand rooms inside where architectural detailing includes 12-foot ceilings, transom windows, original doors and hardwood floors, and two fireplaces. A beautiful backyard has a cabana, saltwater, Pebble tec pool, and covered patio.

This home is listed by Antoinette Baransi of Virginia Cook Realtors.

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Shelby Skrhak

Shelby is Associate Editor of, where she focuses on sponsored content, estate sales, and suburbs. She's a journalist and podcaster turned full-time freelance writer based in Plano. She comes to after running digital content and social media at SUCCESS magazine. She's a Lake Highlands native and graduate of UT-Dallas.

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