‘Click to Purchase’ This Northwood Home From Bungalo Homes

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This 1979 midcentury modern-inspired home at 6415 Covecreek Place in north Dallas could be perfect for someone looking for location, modern style, and most importantly a truly different home buying experience. It’s almost as easy as click here to purchase.

We’ll start with the i-buying angle. The four-bedroom, 3,380-square foot home is listed for $719,000 by Hunter Fendley of Bungalo HomesDallas’ first direct-to-consumer i-buying brand that fixes up homes and sells them with a warranty. Bungalo’s web platform streamlines the homebuying process, so buyers can search Bungalo-exclusive homes, schedule their own home tour, finance, make an offer, and close on a home all online. What’s unique about Bungalo is that they actually purchase the home, do all the updates, and turnaround and sell it move-in ready.

And this home is certainly move-in ready. This renovated brick home features new light wood floors, a double-sided fireplace, modern kitchen, brand new carpet, statement wall paint, and high-end finishes throughout.

The remodeled galley kitchen is beautifully crisp with white laminate cabinets, under cabinet lighting, quartz countertops, high arc chrome faucet, new stainless steel GE appliances, and classic subway tile backsplash.

Then relax in the master suite, with tray ceilings, cozy fireplace, impressive light-filled sitting area, and gorgeous bath with standalone shower and oversized vessel tub.

Plus, this area at Preston and Alpha behind Northwood Club is beautifully treed with mature lawns and beautiful homes. Of course, you’ve got easy access to LBJ too.

Like I said, a lot going for this home that’s been on the market for only nine days.

See more photos of this Northwood home here on the listing. 


Shelby Skrhak

Shelby is Associate Editor of CandysDirt.com. She's a journalist and podcaster turned full-time freelance writer based in Plano. She comes to CandysDirt.com after 12 years with SUCCESS magazine as digital content director. After hosting two top-rated iTunes Top 200 podcasts, she launched her own podcast called the Secret to My Success. She's a Lake Highlands native and graduate of UT-Dallas.

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  1. herman munster says

    There is a lot of iKea going on in that home. Interesting that they bought the home last summer for $397,000. But it’s only a block north of LBJ. Should be fun every day from 4-7. Those Austin disrupters sure know a lot about the Dallas market.

  2. mmCandy Evans says

    Actually, I toured this home. It’s pretty substantial. The master knocks it out of the ballpark. The living room is one of those typical seventies sunken deals, but the design flow absorbs it pretty well. At least there is extra seating during Super Bowl games!

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