1106 N. Edgefield Avenue, Dallas, Texas, is currently listed by Michael Brink and Jeff Hickey of Keller Williams Urban Dallas for $520,000.

Feast your eyes on this impressive Dallas Tudor with a backstory you won’t believe! Ideally situated on an elevated Kessler Square lot near the trendy Bishop Arts District sits this immaculate Tudor gem. It was relocated from its original Park Cities location to its current address back in the 80s, and still rests in the Kessler Square neighborhood in North Oak Cliff we know and love today. Clearly someone adored this home. So much so, they went through the trouble of moving it! Take one glance at the photos, and you’ll see why.

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Hold on to your cocoa, folks, this listing is hot, hot, hot! Located just one mile from Dallas’ trendy Bishop Arts Districtyes you read that right – sits this gorgeous, three-bedroom, two-bathroom beauty that has been extensively restored and priced to sell!

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Kidd Springs RemodelThe first thing that comes to mind when I think of the Kidd Springs neighborhood in Oak Cliff are the charming smaller cottages, most under 1,800 square feet, with a handful of grand homes sprinkled in. But more often than not, these Kidd Springs cuties come with odd floorplans and upper level masters that aren’t exactly workable for today’s buyers.

Well this week we came across a home that throws all this out the window. Meet 831 Woodlawn Ave. – a sprawling 2,836-square-foot gem, complete with main-floor master suite, and impressive designer upgrades priced to sell at $499,000.

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What has four bedrooms, three baths, and a gigantic backyard? It’s 719 North Madison Ave. in North Oak Cliff.

The cheerful and freshly painted prairie-style home marketed by Susan Melnick of Virginia Cook Realtors is the perfect place for someone looking to move across the Trinity. And at just $285,000, it’s affordable, too!

Of course, it’s got all the accoutrements you’d expect from a newly updated historic home — granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, energy-saving windows — and a completely blank slate for a backyard.

Seriously, you could do ANYTHING back there, which is what most Oak Cliff residents do. Chicken Coop, vegetable garden, or, if it gets too hot, you could put in a dumpster pool!

Yes, that’s right. DUMPSTER POOL!

But even without a dumpster pool, all 2,500 square feet of this home are super cool. Check out the French doors that separate the living areas. And the bathrooms are very sleek, and probably still smell like fresh paint!

But if you’re moving to Oak Cliff, it’s all about location, and 719 North Madison Avenue has it. This house is just two and a half blocks from all of the quirky restaurants and shops that call the Bishop Arts District home.

Of course, since you’ll be living so close, you won’t need to navigate the district’s abysmal parking lots. You’ll ride your bike or you’ll bring Fido along for a walk!