ICYMI, Lake Highlands football is back! The LHHS boys of fall met at the Boneyard Thursday night and crushed Mesquite’s Poteet, 49-20. Win or lose, we’ve got to say, it felt nice to once again hear the whistles, the band, the clash of pads. Normal, even… Masks and social distancing aside. Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate is thrilled to be a part of Wildcat Football this year, having signed on as title sponsor for the season.
Part of what makes this 14-square-mile community really special is that it rallies around its own. And not just the football team. Small business owners. Kids fighting terminal illness. Neighbors suffering injustice. It’s a nice place to live and that’s why generation after generation return to raise their family here, as they were raised.
If you already know this about Lake Highlands and want to be a part of something more than just a neighborhood, take a look at these four opportunities to move in, around or up. Because Lake Highlands is a diverse place to live, note the equally diverse price points.
30 Vanguard Way
4 Bedrooms | 4.1 Baths | 3,221 sq. ft. (per tax)
Nestled in a quiet cul de sac in Diane Cheatham’s eco-friendly, visionary development Urban Reserve, this spectacular new construction modern home offers simplistic style and trend-setting design. Within the open floor plan is a stunning 50′ glass wall, and an imported European kitchen featuring a Miele 6-burner gas range, two Bosch dishwashers, and an 8-foot white Krion island. Other highlights of this smart home include a WiFi-enabled sprinkler-irrigation system, garage doors, security system, Nest thermostats, and living area lighting.
Offered by Laura Michelle for sale $1,195,000 or for lease $6,000. (214.228.3854 / email@example.com)
7940 Abramshire Ave.
4 Bedrooms | 3 Baths | 2,583 sq. ft (per tax)
This beautifully maintained home in Alexanders Village is zoned for Merriman Park Elementary. Split formals flank the light-filled entry which has a tray ceiling and Saltillo tile floors. The kitchen is equipped with double ovens, a built-in microwave, and a breakfast bar, and it opens to the family room. The generous primary suite has room for a sitting area, and in the bath are dual vanities, a garden tub, a frameless glass shower, and a large closet. Always wanted a pool? Wish granted — and you get a covered patio and lounge area with pergola, too.
Offered by Elliott & Elliott Group for $625,000. (214.478.9544 / firstname.lastname@example.org)
8927 Clayco Drive
3 Bedrooms | 2.5 Baths | 2,803 sq. ft. (per building plan)
This newly listed traditional one-story home, which feeds into Moss Haven Elementary, was originally four bedrooms. Surely knowing a pandemic was imminent, the owners repurposed a private, split bedroom as a fantastic home office with built-in cabinetry and plenty of work space. The formal living area features a vaulted ceiling and fireplace with gas logs. It also overlooks the patio leading to the magnificent outdoor space with a heated pool, water features, and pergola. Possibly the best part: the Meyer Lemon and Mandarin Orange trees ensure lots of fresh juice for your poolside cocktails.
Offered by Wendy Lucas for $527,000. (214.384.2050 / email@example.com)
10316 Linkwood Drive
3 Bedrooms | 2 Baths | 1,764 sq. ft. (per tax)
On a quiet L Street near Lake Highlands Elementary and Lake Highlands Middle School, is this updated charmer. Scraped hardwood floors run throughout the home giving it a spacious feel. The remodeled kitchen features a glass-tiled backsplash and granite countertops. In the cozy den, which overlooks the serene backyard, a tiled fireplace is flanked by glass-front bookcases.
The main bedroom will become your private oasis with a recently remodeled bath and walk-in closet. The refurbished two-car garage is hidden behind a sliding gate adding privacy to the shady backyard.
Offered by Mary Beth Harrison for $408,000. (214.535.8377 / firstname.lastname@example.org)