For this week’s Suburb Sunday, we found fabulously diverse architecture in these three Irving homes in the popular neighborhoods of Hackberry Creek in north Irving near 114, Fox Glen in central Irving near O’Connor Road, and University Hills in east Irving near the University of Dallas. Which do you prefer?
A Mid-Century Modern Marvel in Fox Glen
Address: 3911 Fox Glen Drive
- 4 bedrooms, 4 baths
- 5,298 square feet
Nicole Andrews and Turquesa Lee of the Nicole Andrews Group have listed this gorgeous 1979-built mid-century modern style one-story located on the 16th hole of the Las Colinas Country Club in the gated and guarded Fox Glen community. A towering floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, an interior courtyard, and a wood slat ceiling — all these amazing features make this home a unique find. Updates include a 50-year Dacra steel roof installed June 2011, a Radiant heat barrier system, new skylights, and new tile and carpet throughout. See more photos of this mid-century beauty here.
Frame-Worthy Federal Architecture in Hackberry Creek
Address: 2322 Creekside Circle South, Irving
- 5 bedrooms, 5 baths
- 4,722 square feet
Barbara Scribner and Scott Scribner of Keller Williams Realty Plano have listed this elegant Federal architecture home built for entertaining in Hackberry Creek. Three living rooms, two dining areas, and plenty of room to spread out among the four upstairs bedrooms and ideal guest quarters above the garage with a private staircase leading to a third living area, bedroom, and full bath. Take in the beauty of the Hackberry County Club golf course while you unwind in the peaceful outdoor sanctuary on the charming covered brick paver patio. See the complete listing here.
Mediterranean-Inspired Ranch in University Hills
Address: 616 San Juan Court, Irving
- 3 bedrooms, 3 baths
- 3,662 square feet