Dream big with an upscale four-bedroom beauty in Highland Park.
It’s on the market for $1.5 million, but it could be yours for a rental price of $9,500 per month.
The traditional brick estate at 4409 Caruth Blvd., Dallas, was built in 2007 and remains in stellar condition. The first floor has two living areas, a private study, and a kitchen office on hardwood floors.
I mean, come on. Look at these photos. You’re probably already smiling, envisioning a nice family dinner in the dining room and playing a board game afterward. This house exudes happiness and comfort.
The second floor features a media room over the garage, carpeted bedrooms, and a laundry room. Closet space is ample, and five and one-half bathrooms ensure no one will be fighting over the shower before school.
Welcome To The Neighborhood
The home is 4,818 square feet, with a lot size about twice that figure. There’s plenty of space for a backyard barbecue – but just in case you want to step away to grab a bite to eat or new outfit, we’ve got you covered there too.
The new renters will be walking distance from a neighborhood park and grocery store.
The Plaza at Preston Center, featuring, restaurants, boutiques, and essentials, is just a few blocks away.
Gluten-free and vegetarian cuisine is available at Flower Child, less than a mile from home, and you won’t have to go far for treats ranging from sushi to cupcakes.
The home on Caruth is walking distance to the high-ranking Hyer Elementary School. The campus’ only B rating was an 89 in school progress; Hyer was a perfect 100 in closing the gaps and scored 95 out of 100 in student achievement.
McCulloch Intermediate School also picked up A’s and B’s with a 93 overall rating.
Highland Park High School got a B overall, with A’s in student achievement and student progress, and a C (but just barely; 79 out of 100) in closing the gaps.