This northwest Dallas home at 3130 Saint Croix Drive checks all the right boxes for this week’s Thursday Three Hundred. If you’re looking for an updated family home with great schools nearby and some mid-century style, this one’s for you. Jump with me, won’t you?
Here’s an updated 1,522-square-foot family home with three bedrooms and two baths that has a great floor plan and huge backyard. This 1960-built home has been updated with floor-to-ceiling windows, a modern kitchen, and a new roof, but maintains its mid-century flair with its broad cross-gabled roof and large picture window in front.
This home is well-situated near Forest Lane and Webb Chapel Road in the Coral Hills neighborhood inside the 635 loop, where it’s zoned for the beloved DeGolyer Elementary and just minutes from Hockaday and Jesuit Dallas. Coral Hills is an up-and-coming neighborhood in northwest Dallas where you can still get a good-sized home for $300k, making it perfect for families.
The eat-in kitchen features a large island-style peninsula with stainless steel gas stove and vent hood. Granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, satin nickel hardware, and travertine tile are found throughout the kitchen, which looks out onto the open concept living and dining area.
The spacious master suite features an updated bath with dual vanities, granite countertops, travertine tile flooring, and tile standalone shower.
See more photos of this great home listed for $315,000 by Paige Poupart of Compass Real Estate Texas.