Tri-Level or Split-Level, Whatever You Call It This South Dallas Home is Special

Whether you call it a tri-level or a split-level, mid-century fans will love this luxuriously-finished piece of history from 1968 with everything you want in 2019. This four-bedroom, three-bath home at 1554 Russell Glen Lane is this week’s featured Thursday Three Hundred with a list price of $385,000.

Check out this hard-to-find split level at an Open House from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 10

Located in well-established Highland Oaks in South Dallas, this 2,876-square-foot home is a deep-set corner lot situated on a .63-acre lot. Just look at the long, down-sloping walkway to the front door! Plus, talk about a scenic part of town with a great location: 15 minutes to downtown and 10 minutes to Bishop Arts District and Trinity Groves.

Walking into this completely renovated home, complete with updated electrical and energy-efficient windows, you can immediately appreciate the mid-century architectural touches. The port-hole windows on the double front doors, elongated arches, and wood detailing are all part of the character of this home.

There are two living areas, one that’s in front of the home and the second set on the lower level.

The custom kitchen features quartz countertops, custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and a six-burner cooktop. The center island has drawers, drawers, drawers, and breakfast seating for two.

Look at this covered and wood-floored veranda located off the master bedroom. Perfect for mornings sipping your coffee!

The master bath features marble floors, an elongated walk-in shower, and a walk-in closet with wonderful built-in shelves.

Three other bedrooms are located on the second floor, one with veranda access. This split-level has attached garage for two cars and additional parking, plus yard space you wouldn’t believe. I’d snatch this special split-level before it’s gone.

This home is listed by Nidia Lachica Gastelum with Keller Williams Dallas County.

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  • This is a TRI-LEVEL, not a split-level: It has 3 levels, hence “tri-level”, entering on 1 mid-level floor then the rest of the house splitting up (often to bedrooms) and down (to garage and service, while a split-level or split-foyer enters and goes either up or down to 1of 2 levels.