As we move into another week of COVID-19, working from home, and sheltering in place, it once again seems like a pretty good time to rent — at least until we can ride out the uncertainty of the market.
A newly renovated historic three-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 1906 Moser Avenue awaits.
It’s fully furnished, people. Need I say more? Because I’ve got more.
The home comes with a new washer and dryer. All utilities are paid. That includes gas, water, sewer, trash, electric, and monthly lawn care. The attention to detail is pretty amazing, particularly for an older home.
The structure was built in 1906, and the 2,000-square-foot-home features original hardwoods and trim.
The year 1906 is known best for the deadly April 18 San Francisco earthquake, which claimed the lives of 3,000 people and left $350 million worth of damages in its wake.
Fortunately for Dallas residents, that earthquake didn’t keep builders from constructing this beautiful home and others in the Knox Henderson neighborhood.
In addition to its historic features, the home has dozens of windows with natural light, a fireplace, clawfoot tub, and two-car garage. The backyard is gated and fenced with shade trees. The front yard features lush landscaping – and don’t forget that yard maintenance comes with the free utilities.
Location, Location, Location
There’s easy access from the Knox Henderson home to Henderson Avenue, Greenville Avenue, and Highway 75.
The new renters — who can do a customized lease of even just one month — will be in close proximity to Cesar Chavez Learning Center, Alex W. Spence Talented/Gifted Academy, and North Dallas High School.
Kimberly Griggs-Jordan is leasing 1906 Moser Ave., Dallas, for $7,000 per month. Short-term lease options for one to six months are available.