Searching for that proverbial needle in a haystack? We found it! Tucked away in idyllic Farmers Branch sits this impeccably maintained, four-bedroom, two-full-and-one-half-bathroom home with a pool. Yes, that’s right, a pool! Plus, there is a forested patio for enjoying a wood-burning fire by night. And it’s less than a quarter-mile north of LBJ off Webb Chapel. Need we say more?
In addition to its convenient location and incredible space to entertain, this home offers more bang for your buck with upgrades galore! It was built in 1964 but has since undergone a renovation that gives it a fresh look and feel. Among these are gorgeous hardwood floors throughout the first level, an exotic granite kitchen with double ovens and stainless gas stove, and a spacious great room addition that is perfect for a game room or home theatre.
And the high notes just keep coming! Other highlights include walls of glass in the living area, plenty of built-in architectural features, and a master suite that will put you right at ease. In fact, the master is a tranquil escape with large walk-in shower and separate jacuzzi tub for melting your troubles away. But at this Farmers Branch family home, it’s truly all about the views! The backyard is enveloped in mature trees and manicured hedges, met by a fantastic patio and deck for grilling. Plus, nothing beats cooling off in the crystal blue pool! Even better, it sits in the heart of Dallas close to everything, but feels worlds away.
We also love the generous 0.39-acre lot with elongated drive. It leads to the two-story brick beauty with charming shutters and two-car-garage. A workshop/storage shed, vibrant fenced lawn, and private study round out this inviting home.
You can have all this and more for $400,000 but you better act fast. Homes like this go quick! Who says an oldie can’t be a goodie?
Jane McGregor with Re/Max Dallas Suburbs has listed 3165 Brincrest Circle for $400,000.
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