Billed as a “classic Tudor with a cool factor” we can’t help but fall hard for this Hollywood Heights gem! For those who adore a stylish mix of old and new, this two-bedroom, two-full-bathroom charmer does not disappoint. In fact, it’s everything you’ve dreamed and more! Prepare to gush over sleek modern updates and quintessential Tudor character, all wrapped up with a bow in historic Hollywood Heights.
Eye-Catching Curb Appeal
From the outside this Tudor stands tall with gorgeous curb appeal. We can’t get enough of that bricked facade draped in a delicate blanket of ivy. And the front porch marked by elegant archways is die for!
“The owner of this home (Adam Jones) is an architect who has specialized in historic preservation and it’s evident that he poured his heart, soul, and professional talent into bringing this charming Tudor back to life,” says listing agent Blake Damron with Clay Stapp + Co. “Historic elements, modern updates, and eclectic furnishings give the home a unique personality.”
Inside, a light-filled interior welcomes you home to 1,570 square feet of gracious entertaining space. Rich hardwoods, crown moldings, and an easy open floor plan feels modern and fresh. A statement fireplace in the living room and generous walls for showcasing art are ideal for a collector or buyer looking to breathe new life into a historic Hollywood Heights home.
Elegant Formal Dining
Sandwiched between the main living and kitchen rests a large formal dining room. It comes flanked by open, airy archways and walls drenched in a regal blue hue. It’s a place where intimate gatherings and memories are made, in a setting that is unlike any other.
If ever there was a kitchen to love, this is it. Chic pops of green, white, and black mesmerize at every turn! Filled with original touches yet updated for modern-day, it has been transformed into a place you’ll never want to leave! Stainless appliances, ample cabinetry, and a huge modern sink were made for cooking and serving with ease. The fabulous eat-in breakfast island is perfect for sipping lattes with your love – all surrounded by romantic stained glass, and a classic hexagon tile floor reminiscent of a bygone era. But the style doesn’t stop there!
Major Master Suite
The master suite is hot, hot, hot! With French doors leading to a contemporary spa bath, it comes dressed to the nines. Over-sized glass shower, glossy white tiles, floating double sink vanity, separate tub, and walls in an unexpected teal, combine for a truly refined look. A secondary living area just off the master adds to the experience.
Versatile Guest Room
And the guest space is equally impressive. It offers a wall of windows and is versatile enough for use as a bedroom or home office. Let your imagination guide you. We love the secondary full bath with nickel sconces, subway tiles, and console sink.
Garden Party Ready
Just in time for summer! Allow the fenced backyard to inspire your next dinner party or backyard soiree. With a spacious wooden deck, low-maintenance gravel lawn, and plenty of room to plant, you have all the makings of a dream outdoor living space.
For Couples & Young Families Alike
“This quintessential 1930 Tudor revival cottage is located in Lakewood’s Hollywood Heights/Santa Monica conservation district, a neighborhood known for community Easter parades, chili cook-offs, home tours and prime time trick-or-treating,” adds Damron. “It’s perfect for empty nesters, young professionals, those looking to send a little one to Lakewood Elementary, or folks looking for a quaint and quiet neighborhood that’s still close to the action.”
Clearly this Hollywood Heights Tudor is all about fun family living with modern ease. And with access to Lakewood Elementary, plus all the charms of a historic Dallas neighborhood, our Friday Five Hundred is sure to please!
Blake Damron with Clay Stapp + Co has listed 430 Valencia Street for $540,000.