Two Rare Opportunities Up For Grabs In East Dallas

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Our Splurge: Karmel Garcia with Meyer Group Real Estate has listed 6005 Bryan Parkway for $699,000.

Looking for the next big thing in East Dallas? We found it. From our Swiss Avenue Historic District Splurge to an Old East Dallas Multi-Unit Steal, these beauties are worth a look. Both offer a rare chance to live, work, and play in sought-after East Dallas, but with price points and lifestyles that are miles apart. Which would you choose? We would love to hear in the comments.

Splurge: Jaw-Dropping 1920s Swiss Historic District Home In Heart Of East Dallas For $699K

Jaw-dropping is an understatement when it comes to this home’s impeccable remodel. And we have to admit, it was the richly appointed kitchen that caught our eye. Open shelving, sleek quartz counters, brass hardware, and dark cabinetry are on-trend. We love the abundance of natural light streaming through French doors to the patio.

This 1920s, four-bedroom, three-full-and-one-half-bathroom home affords a generous 2,441-square-foot floor plan with upgrades galore! Gorgeous hardwoods, moldings, and designer light fixtures add to the appeal.

And the stunning master suite is among the highlights. Every detail down to the fixtures, flooring, and tiles was hand-selected for a fresh, modern farmhouse feel. Outdoors, a sparkling pool, pergola, and fenced backyard await!

Karmel Garcia with Meyer Group Real Estate has listed 6005 Bryan Parkway for $699,000.

Steal: Rare Old East Dallas Multi-Unit Opportunity For $475K 

Quirky or cool? We say both! This multi-family brick abode could be an income producer for a savvy buyer. Scrape and build or fix and flip, the decision is up to you.

What’s intriguing is that it’s a package deal for a great price. The dual-unit offering has four bedrooms and two full bathrooms with unique details throughout. And the 3,136-square-foot floor plan has loads of potential for you to make it your own. Even better? It sits on a great lot with mature trees in a prime location.

According to the listing, the area is being developed with new shops, restaurants, and other multi-dwelling houses. If you’ve always wanted to fix and flip or become a landlord, this one’s for you. Make your mark on Old East Dallas with this 1930s gem.

Richard Choe with Fathom Realty LLC has listed 5970 Ross Avenue for $475,000.


Amy Puchaty

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  1. Shannon Thornton says

    I beg of you! Please don’t advocate for scraping the stacked duplexes when they’re still in such good shape! This one doesn’t look to have any major structural/foundational issues, and has the lovely little Mediterranean details intact, while so much of Ross Ave. has succumbed to the three-story/four-deep townhouse syndrome. My husband and I own a duplex on La Vista, just behind this block of Ross. Thankfully we’ve so far been spared any tear downs of the duplexes on our block. If I had the capital, I’d buy up as many as I could and restore them for rentals or convert to single families (as so many have been all around the city, and quite beautifully).

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