Oak Cliff Original Or Cedar Crest New Build, You Choose

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This week we take you to two incredible homes – one in Oak Cliff, the other in Cedar Crest. Whether you seek a quiet wooded oasis or crave a life on the green, our Splurge vs. Steal gives you options.

Both of our picks are sited in South Dallas with stunning interiors and outdoor amenities. But the price points? They are worlds apart! Which is more you, the Manicured Midcentury Splurge or the Cedar Crest Golf Course Steal? Tell us in the comments.

Splurge: Oak Cliff Midcentury Modern Masterpiece Built To Entertain For $649K

Wow! One look at this beauty and each picture is better than the last. That’s because this three-bedroom, two-full-and-one-half-bathroom home is full of eye-catching design. This includes center beams, a brick breezeway, and dramatic see-thru stone fireplace living. 

There are gorgeous walls of glass at every turn blurring the lines inside and out. And for the consummate host, ample space to entertain. Midcentury Modern fans will adore the original cabinetry in the kitchen, as well as the thoughtful lighting selections and attention-to-detail throughout. 

The retro artwork and murals are a fun touch. Plus, the current furnishings give you an idea of what life could be like in this mad-men-esque stunner. Whether you’re sipping a martini amidst inside or hanging by the fire in the  outdoor cabana retreat, there are no shortage of spaces to getaway.

Owning this 1.4-acre estate means owning a piece of history. According to the listing, it was also featured in the 2014 Oak Cliff Tour of Homes and the 2016 Advocate Home Tour. Don’t walk, run to snag this one-of-a-kind Oak Cliff gem before it’s too late.

Jeff Updike and Weston Pugh with Dave Perry-Miller Preston Center has listed 3246 S. Ravinia Drive for $649,000.

Steal: Cedar Crest Golf Course Stunner With Inviting Patio And Views For $435K

Just a few miles east of our splurge rests one incredible steal! If a new build is more your speed, this spectacular 2019 contemporary will do the trick. 

And it will appeal to young families and golfers alike! The three-bedroom, three-full-and-one-half-bathroom home affords an easy breezy floorplan with wall of windows facing the Cedar Crest Golf Course. 

Among the highlights are 10-foot ceilings, exquisite hardwoods, and a main floor master suite. It comes clad in marble with massive closets and backyard views. But the gourmet kitchen and 15×13-foot balcony takes this find over the top!

The balcony faces the golf course for fabulous green views. But living here also puts you just minutes from all the action of Bishop Arts and Trinity Groves. What a steal! 

Rob Elmore with Dave Perry-Miller InTown has listed 2009 Southerland Avenue for $435,000.

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Amy Puchaty

Amy Puchaty is founder and principal writer of Amy Puchaty Communications, a freelance copywriting firm specializing in luxury real estate marketing. As a real estate writer and communications specialist, Amy's marketing campaigns and copywriting work have appeared in numerous print and digital publications including The Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest, Inman News, The Denver Post, and Dallas Business Journal. Follow Amy at www.amypuchaty.com

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  1. Sarah says

    STOP BUILDING HOMES ON SLAVE LAND!…………….AND
    WE DON’T NEED NO GOLF COURSE WE GOT 3 ALREADY!!!..
    WE NEED AFFORDABLE HOMES FOR US THE SLAVE DESCENDANTS!!..
    IT’S OUR LAND!!..
    IT’S SLAVE LAND!!!!!…
    WHERE IS ALL THE MONEY? Y’ALL SOLD TO PUT ALL THEM GOLF COURSES?..
    AND THEM DUMB STUFF Y’ALL BUILD IN SLAVE LAND!!!..
    WE NEED OUR LAND BACK!!!..

  2. Charmaine Wallace says

    Sarah…stop. I’m black female and been in this area for yrs. Grew up. The homes are beautiful. Buy it back. Keep it in the family.

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