It’s Tudor time! You know it’s a great day in real estate when two Dallas Tudors are up for grabs and both are under $600,000. And these Tudors have a lot to love. Both offer historic charm but with plenty of updates so they are livable for modern-day. Which would you choose, the Ellsworth Avenue Splurge or the Tyler Street Steal?
Splurge: Ellsworth Avenue Tudor With Guest House For $599K
What’s not to love about this renovated Dallas Tudor? It is meticulously maintained inside and out. But the real bonus is the striking guest house with an additional 1,087 square feet of living and entertaining. The beautiful Tudor home affords a main house spanning 1,726 square feet, complete with three bedrooms and two full bathrooms. From the vaulted ceilings and updated kitchen to the inviting master suite with spa-bath, no detail is unturned. There is even a cute courtyard with deck for enjoying the outdoors. Living here also means owning a prime locale close to Lower Greenville. This Tudor packs a punch with so much versatile living space you can customize it to suit your needs.
Jeff Pollock with Rogers Healy and Associates has listed 5724 Ellsworth Avenue for $599,000.
Steal: Tyler Street Stunner With Park-Like Setting And Out-Building For $475K
For over a hundred thousand less, you could own a Dallas Tudor in sought-after Kessler Highlands! And this two-bedroom, two-full-bathroom charmer is filled with upgrades. This includes a gorgeous kitchen with farm sink, quartz counters, and handy Butler’s pantry, plus a hidden dishwasher and drop-in gas range. We love the original hardwood floors and open airy floor plan to entertain. A period fireplace adds to the historic look and feel, met by a bonus sunroom and study that is just as cute as a button. For those who like to spend time outdoors, there is a fantastic park-like backyard with a deck. But the real kicker is there is a bonus out-building that makes for a fabulous she-shed! It has heat, AC, cable, internet, fridge, and is offered fully furnished. A spacious two-car-garage and close proximity to Trinity Groves and Bishop Arts make this one a keeper.
Gary Burns with City Life Realty has listed 931 N. Tyler Street for $475,000.