Here’s the Long and Skinny of This University Park Single Family Attached

Share News:

Driving past at 25 mph, this University Park home looks like many of the new transitionals you’ll find replacing outdated homes in this neighborhood. But a closer look reveals these are two single family attached homes (duplexes you’d call them back in the day) with deep narrow floor plans full of modern conveniences.

Diana Stewart of Rogers Healy and Associates has the listing for this three-bedroom, four and half-bath home at 4317 Glenwick Lane in University Park, a 3,305-square-foot home built in 2020.

A bold pop of color greets you at the front entrance, an oversized off-set glass door that perfectly frames one of two orange walls that flank the living room fireplace.

Though this is an open floor plan great room, the deep narrow lot provides some spatial separation with the living room in the front and the kitchen in the back.

Featuring custom cabinetry that spans from the 10-foot ceiling to the hardwood floors, the kitchen comes equipped with marble backsplash, quartz countertops, and premium stainless steel appliances including 48-inch Wolfe gas stove and 48-inch Sub-Zero refrigerator-freezer.

Just beyond the kitchen, there is a two-car garage, mudroom and half-bath — perfect nowadays for washing up or decontaminating before you come home.

On the second floor, there are three generously-sized bedrooms including the approximately 15 x 17-foot primary suite, separated by the stairwell and laundry room for privacy. The primary bath features dual sinks, frameless standalone shower, and a spacious walk-in closet. The other two bedrooms — at least one of those is large enough to be a second primary— have en suite bathrooms with walk-in closets.

The third floor boasts a full bathroom, a large storage closet, and a 16.6 x 18.9-foot game room.

Diana Stewart of Rogers Healy and Associates has listed 4317 Glenwick Lane for $1.229 million.


Shelby Skrhak

Shelby is Associate Editor of, where she focuses on sponsored content, estate sales, and suburbs. She's a journalist and podcaster turned full-time freelance writer based in Plano. She comes to after running digital content and social media at SUCCESS magazine. She's a Lake Highlands native and graduate of UT-Dallas.

Reader Interactions


  1. David Little says

    I think this floor plan is OK :however , I think it is trying to reclassify the Park Cities tradition of densit y.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *