Sleek and simply modern, that’s how you could describe the six new homes that makeup Centre Living at Lakewood, an exclusive new project designed by the award-winning Dallas-based architecture firm FAR+DANG.
Located at Swiss Ave and La Vista, the new Centre Living Homes community is a mix of two single-family homes and four duplex homes. The two- and three-bedroom homes located in the 1900 block of La Croix range from 1,653 to 2,105 square feet with a starting price of $539,900.
“Centre Living @ Lakewood homes are a perfect fit for a Lakewood resident empty nester or others who are looking for a lock-and-leave lifestyle,” says Jordan August, community sales manager.
Empty nesters are a particularly growing demographic of homebuyers, as CandysDirt.com has reported. Buyers who have spent decades living in Dallas’ most beloved communities of Lakewood, Preston Hollow, and Lake Highlands, for example, don’t want to leave the area when they no longer need all that house. New residential development like Centre Living @ Lakewood are helping fill that gap for buyers.
(Large family? We say, make this your new family compound where everybody has their own home. Walls at the end of the day are a wonderful thing!)
The architect-designed homes feature a modern Tudor-style brick exterior and 18-foot vaulted ceilings and picture windows inside. At 1905 La Croix, a beautiful white and white oak theme feels soft and modern with a white oak beam traversing the wide-open living area that flows into the dining area and kitchen.
The kitchens feature quartz countertops, rift-sawn white oak cabinets with soft close hardware, and stainless steel Kitchenaid appliances including oven, built-in microwave, dishwasher, and gas stovetop. Each home also features a large covered patio and/or a yard, perfect for those wanting some outdoor green space but not the hassle of maintaining it.
As lovers of Lakewood know, there’s plenty to do within walking distance of Lakewood Village and Lower Greenville. Case in point, the trifecta of Mi Cocina, Whole Foods, and Starbucks is right across the street.
Exclusivity, walkability, and prime location are just part of the appeal of these new Centre Living Lakewood homes. Like we mentioned with their other big project Swiss Ave Crossing, the custom home builder behind Richardson’s CityLine, Bishop Arts, and the Cedars is meticulous about quality and efficient home construction.