Robert Irvin with Keller Williams Central has listed 5231 Goodwin Avenue for $525,000.

We have a thing for Tudors, and this one is no exception. Ideally nestled on Goodwin Avenue in coveted Vickery Place, rests a 1924-built brick Tudor so good you’ll want to call your real estate agent right away! Tudors, known for their sharp rooflines, arched windows and doors, and adorable floor plans, are great homes for cozy living!

Vibrant Locale

The Vickery Place Tudor offers a prime address on a quiet street, mere blocks from all the foodie and retail action. We’re not kidding. Living here means you’ll have Greenville Avenue shops and Knox-Henderson haunts just steps from your front door! But that’s not all this historic home affords.

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Ivy Kessie with Rogers Healy and Associates has listed 5717 Penrose Avenue for $595,000.

Want the feel of a luxury home but at an entry-level price? This luxe Lower Greenville gem is just what the doctor ordered, literally. A little birdie told us it’s being sold by a wonderful physician, who loved raising his daughter here. We can see why. The three-bedroom, two-full-and-one-half-bathroom home is zoned for top rated Mockingbird Elementary, previously Stonewall Jackson. Even better? It’s updated for modern luxury living, indoors and out.

Over $70K In Upgrades

According to listing agent Ivy Kessie with Rogers Healy and Associates, “The owners spent over $70,000 on the home since they purchased it four years ago, including brand new HVAC, roof, siding, garage doors, and more.”

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Blake Damron with Clay Stapp + Co has listed 430 Valencia Street for $540,000.

Billed as a “classic Tudor with a cool factor” we can’t help but fall hard for this Hollywood Heights gem! For those who adore a stylish mix of old and new, this two-bedroom, two-full-bathroom charmer does not disappoint. In fact, it’s everything you’ve dreamed and more! Prepare to gush over sleek modern updates and quintessential Tudor character, all wrapped up with a bow in historic Hollywood Heights.

Eye-Catching Curb Appeal

From the outside this Tudor stands tall with gorgeous curb appeal. We can’t get enough of that bricked facade draped in a delicate blanket of ivy. And the front porch marked by elegant archways is die for!

“The owner of this home (Adam Jones) is an architect who has specialized in historic preservation and it’s evident that he poured his heart, soul, and professional talent into bringing this charming Tudor back to life,” says listing agent Blake Damron with Clay Stapp + Co. “Historic elements, modern updates, and eclectic furnishings give the home a unique personality.”

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Michelle Blackburn of Dave Perry-Miller has listed 4734 Elsby Ave for $589,900.

Who doesn’t love a house with a red door? That’s how agent Michelle Blackburn of Dave Perry-Miller Preston Center pitched us this Briarwood beauty through our new Facebook forum, “Getting The Dirt.” Blackburn says the three-bedroom, two-bathroom charmer is “cozy and ready for all stages of life…for a buyer that is beginning their homeownership experience or a downsizing, low maintenance buyer ready to simplify!”

And it’s a perfect fit for our Friday Five Hundred. We adore the heavily treed lot and bright red door, but the real show starts once you step inside!

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Andrea Pittman with Modtown Realty has listed 2341 Douglas Avenue for $555,000.

Haven’t you heard? The Maple District is rapidly growing! If you’re in the market for a home in the heart of Dallas in the mid to low $500s, now is a great time to check out our Friday Five Hundred in the Maple District.

This fantastic three-bedroom, three-full-and-one-half-bathroom duplex came to us with a tip from Andrea Pittman of Modtown Realty. “This is by far one of the greatest products out there for new construction,” she says.

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[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 2019! Cheers, from Candy and the entire staff at CandysDirt.com!]

Amy: With the New Year on the horizon, we are feeling a bit nostalgic. So this week we take a look back at the hot homes that made our Friday Four/Five Hundred sizzle in 2018. If you have a favorite that is not shown here, we would love to hear in the comments. Cheers!

Top Friday Four Hundred

A Home So Hot It Went Under Contract In Three Days!

Sometimes, it’s fun to look back and reminisce. Such is the case with this fantastic Hollywood Heights listing. Back in February I wrote: “If you’ve been wondering what’s selling in Hollywood Heights THIS. IS. IT! We first came across 511 Clermont Street last week, and knew we had to feature it on our Friday Four Hundred. But we hit a minor snag – the three-bed, two-bath charmer flew off the market faster than we could say traditional Tudor!” I guess you could say we have an eye for real estate. The home, as the title so implies, went under contract in just three days. You can read the full post here. (more…)

Farmers Market

Karmel Garcia with Meyer Group Real Estate has listed 2119 Canton Street for $570,000.

What makes for one extra fabulous Friday Five Hundred? Listing agent Karmel Garcia with Meyer Group Real Estate will tell you it’s all about an incredible property, at a great price, with a handful of upgrades throughout. Today, we introduce you to 2119 Canton Street – a Farmers Market townhouse that is just that, and primed to sell. Light and bright, it offers a spacious 2,285 square feet. But the real highlight is its spectacular rooftop terrace with incredible skyline views, sure to make all your friends envious. The price? The seller just dropped it to $570,000.

Could this be the one? Read on to see what makes this week’s Friday Five Hundred a winner.

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506 Valencia Street, Dallas, Texas is listed by David Bush with David Bush Realtors for $525,000.

It’s Tudor time! This Hollywood Heights Tudor hits all the high notes for us. Nestled in the sought after Lakewood area it affords an updated interior, three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and is what listing agent David Bush calls “the quintessential Hollywood Heights 1928 Tudor, complete with all the charm one looks for in this delightful and sought after neighborhood.” With a price tag of $525,000, we are certain this week’s Friday Five Hundred won’t be on the market long. Here are 10 reasons why.

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