Deere Park Modern Holds Its Own in Architectural Enclave

As East Dallas becomes increasingly dense, it has also become increasingly modern, with several architects finding an opportunity to leave there mark on rapidly redeveloping areas. One such enclave, East Village’s Deere Park, has become a magnet for modern architecture, some of which is both beautifully designed and exceptionally livable. 

Our High Caliber Home of the Week presented by Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans is a listing from David Griffin of his eponymous brokerage, David Griffin & Co. Realtors.

“This home is located in a neighborhood of many distinguished architect-designed modern townhomes,” Griffin said. “The two-story floor plan is among the best I’ve ever seen.”

That’s high praise from a Realtor with the kind of experience that Griffin can claim.

With names such as Far+Dang, Joshua Nimmo, and more populating the lots of East Village’s Deere Park, to be considered a peer among them is high praise.  

“Architect/developer Robert Tabak really understands space,” Griffin added, “and whether is the perfectly proportioned main living room and kitchen or the large yard or the spacious bedrooms, baths and storage, every aspect of the floor plan is just the way you’d want it be to be if you were custom designing it for yourself.”

“There are so many wonderful architectural and design amenities, such as the Venetian plastered backsplash in the kitchen, the beamed ceiling in the living room, and the second-floor second living area,” Griffin said.
 
The home has two bedrooms, two full and one-half baths, two living areas, and a two-car garage all on a very efficient 1,904-square-foot, two-story floor plan. The gated motor court adds privacy and security, and the private courtyard offers great views and a tidy, treed lawn area. This listing also has top-of-the-line home security and automation — a must for a modern home such as this.
 
 
We also adore the satin-finished concrete floors, the European-style cabinetry in the kitchen, and the incredible amount of natural light that pours through the copious windows on both floors. You may not need to turn on a bulb until dusk!
 
 
David Griffin of David Griffin & Co. Realtors has listed 4312 Deere St. for $525,000.