Do your part to preserve history with this three-bedroom, two-bathroom Tudor in Dallas’ Hollywood Heights-Santa Monica neighborhood.
The home, built in 1929, features original hardwood floors and an updated kitchen with granite countertops and new appliances.
A large dining area in the 1,536-square-foot abode has French doors leading to an oversized living area. A beautiful stained glass window will “take you to church,” as you bask in the good vibes of this blessed dwelling.
The Valencia Drive home is affordable with an open, clean floor plan offering the right amount of space for a growing family looking for a good school district.
Welcome To Hollywood
This historic neighborhood features amazing homes with brilliant architecture, unique features, and fun pops of color. Always a stop on Dallas home tours, Hollywood Heights Santa Monica is a must-see for those interested in cool places to live.
Because the home at 419 Valencia was built with precision and attention to detail, it withstands the test of time. But just in case the fine craftsmanship fades, there are aesthetic updates throughout “that keep the style and luxury for which the home was intended,” said Ryan Hopson with Joe Atkins Realty.
Hopson is leasing the home for $3,250 per month.
Entertain At Any Distance
A large backyard with a deck begs for a summer gathering. The home is kid- and pet-friendly, with lots of space to run and play. A detached garage provides two covered parking spaces, with more spots on the street for guests.
The area is zoned for Dallas ISD campuses, including Lakewood Elementary School, J.L. Long Middle School, and Woodrow Wilson High School. All have B ratings from Txschools.gov. The rating system measures student achievement, school progress, and “closing the gaps.”
Ryan Hopson with Joe Atkins Realty is leasing 419 Valencia St., Dallas, for $3,250 per month.