Stop what you’re doing right now because this Friday Five Hundred is one you’ll want to soak in! We’ve found a gem of a property priced at $549,900 that’s just a five-minute Uber ride to Lower Greenville and Deep Ellum, and a mere 10 minutes to downtown, Lakewood, and White Rock Lake! Enter 4710 Junius Street, a three-bedroom, two-and-one-half-bath historic neoclassical-style home in Dallas, boasting a light-filled 2,706 square feet interior, and a backyard oasis you have to see to believe.
Much like the iconic Mercedes-Benz tagline — The best or nothing … — this M Streets Tudor on Mercedes Avenue is for the Dallas buyer who wants it all at a price that’s just right. Historic architecture, loads of charm, and a sophisticated interior make 5606 Mercedes Avenue a rare, move-in ready find, ideally located in the heart one of Dallas’ most desirable neighborhoods – the M Streets.
“This is a charming Tudor cottage on a great block on Mercedes,” says co-listing agent Sandy Petruska who represents the property alongside Courtney Petruska at Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty. “Perfect for young buyers or empty nesters. Some features are a two-and-a-half-car-garage, wood burning fireplace, beautiful hardwoods, great ceiling height – all in the historic conservation district.”
There’s a lot to love about the stone-embellished Tudor at 7519 Caillet Street in coveted Lovers Lane Heights. Our Friday Five Hundred offers a prime location on a quiet street and boasts a slew of cosmetic upgrades including new quartz countertops, kitchen cabinets, stainless-steel appliances, and modern light fixtures that will have you doing a double take.
[Editor’s note: Merry Christmas! This week, we’re taking time off to focus on our loved ones, so we are sharing some of our favorite stories from this year. Keep an eye out for our top features from the archives as we rest and get ready for a brilliant 2018! Cheers, from Candy and the entire staff at CandysDirt.com!]
From Joanna England: Just about every home we cover here on CandysDirt.com has a story, and just like the houses, no two are alike. What I’m particularly drawn to is a story about rebirth — about taking a neglected home and restoring it to the condition it deserves. This particular story was made even more interesting by the anecdotes offered by the Realtor, Diane Sherman, who is an expert in historic homes. She marketed this house, which was listed by the very couple who brought 123 S. Winnetka back to life.
If you read our Thursday Three Hundred yesterday, you know that love stories are our thing. Well, here’s another one, but this time it’s a two-story Foursquare in Winnetka Heights. This home was in desperate need of some love when Jim and Kathy Calhoun purchased 123 S. Winnetka in 1978. “This is a labor-of-love, come-a-long-way, urban-pioneer story,” says listing agent and fellow Winnetka Heights resident Diane Sherman, who has listed this fully restored beauty for $539,500. “The wallpaper was wild!”
I can see what she means. Of course, the transformation will astound you!
Beautifully built in 1972, but masterfully remodeled for present-day, this Prestonwood stunner is ready to take center stage! Boasting a bright and open floor plan, dreamy kitchen, lushly landscaped oasis with a pool, and every upgrade imaginable for $599,900 – you’ll be hard-pressed to find anything at this price point and level of finish out nearby.
If you don’t know the name Hewitt & Habgood by now you should. This dynamic Dallas duo has been crushing it for decades, churning out listings with a combined, 48-plus years of experience and a spotless reputation as one of the hardest working and most successful real estate teams in Dallas. With over $535 million sold, and over 90 percent of their business coming from repeats and referrals, you can bet they’ll soon be getting this Kidd Springs beauty sold, too!
Now here’s a Friday Five Hundred you don’t want to miss! Situated minutes from the Bishop Arts District, Kessler Park, and downtown Dallas sits this three-bedroom, two-bath charmer that definitely lives up to the hype. With a 1,584-square-foot interior bursting with curated designer details modeled after European minimalism and trendy boutique hotels, you’ll want to get a jump on this one.