Although Coppell is thought of as a relatively young city (incorporated in 1955), its roots can be traced back to the early 1880’s as many towns in north Texas began: a bustling railroad stop for commerce and agriculture. The Dallas County (and a little bit of DenCo) city has an estimated population of 41,000, fed steadily by its proximity to jobs at D/FW International Airport and Coppell ISD’s top-notch schools, ranked number 5 in the state of Texas. This week’s Suburb Sunday features three beautiful homes among an already-great selection of decade-rich houses. Which is your favorite?
Southern 70s Charmer
Address: 333 Meadowcreek Road, Coppell
- 4 bedrooms, 4 baths
- 4,172 square feet
Brian White of eXp Realty has the listing for this gorgeous 1977-built home on 3/4 acres in the Northlake Woodlands neighborhood of Coppell. Step inside to find brick flooring, wood-plank accents on the walls, and a stunning wall of shelves in the living area, and those are just some of the surprising designs you’ll find in this great home. Check out the custom staircase leading upstairs to one of two master suites that features standalone walk-in shower and bathtub, and dual vanities with oversized wash basins. The backyard is beautifully southern feeling with a covered patio, flagstone sitting area, pool, and spa with water feature.