4130 Newton Front

I have lived in tiny apartments, ones that were so small I could touch all three walls of my kitchen at once without even stretching my arms out. But I lived in this squatty accommodations for two reasons: Price and Location.

And while this cute contemporary townhome may be a little small at 947 square feet, it has a fabulous location and a great monthly rate. Unit E at 4310 Newton, just two blocks behind Equinox on Oak Lawn, is marketed by Dallas-Fort Worth property management expert Jason Lucas at LocalDwelling.com for just $1,100 a month!

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Consider that you’re close to downtown, epic shopping and restaurants, and tons of nightlife — the location alone is worth that much. Add in covered parking, a fireplace, an updated kitchen and bath, as well as an incredible rooftop deck, and there’s no reason to not fall in love with this three-story unit.

With tons of windows, this unit’s maple floors just glow, and the galley kitchen has an eat-in bar just on the other side of the dining area. Upstairs is a loft-style bedroom with a bath that features granite and travertine surfaces. Climb the spiral staircase on the landing to the huge rooftop deck — a great place to have a cocktail before you walk to any of the nearby restaurants and bars.

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This unit is hot and should not be missed! Contact the D/FW  property management experts at LocalDwelling.com today to find out how to lease this puppy!

 

Travist Townhome Front

What do Millennials want when they’re looking to rent? First, let’s talk about Millennials as a cultural group: It’s mostly comprised of those born between the late 70s and early 90s, who came of age during the Y2K era. Categorized as media-obsessed narcissists, this group is preceded by Generations X and Y.

The thing Millennials value the most is access, so of course an urban address is going to be more appealing. That’s why I think this three-story townhome near the Katy Trail is going to be a boon for a Millennial. This 1,230-square-foot townhome at 4051 Travis Street Unit D is offered up by Jason Lucas of LocalDwelling.com for $1,900 a month.

Travis Townhome Living

Millennials are also looking for a more environmentally friendly way to live, so being inside Uptown — a walkable, bikable neighborhood — and being close to Dallas’ most-used pedestrian artery — The Katy Trail — will definitely catch a Millennial’s eye. And even with a small footprint you get all the trappings, which includes two bedrooms, two and a half baths, a two-car garage, and city views.

Millennials will also love the updated kitchen with island and stainless steel appliances, as well as the fireplace, designer lighting, and gorgeous wood floors. Know a Millennial this would be perfect for? Contact LocalDwelling.com today!

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Fairfax Front

Temporary housing can be so boring sometimes. When you move to an area and are looking for a place to spend the next 9 to 12 months while you find a home to buy, sometimes the best idea is to rent near the area you’re considering purchasing.

Fairfax Living

That’s what’s great about this gorgeous ranch in West Highland Park. Listed for lease by Local Dwelling’s Jason Lucas for $3,600 a month, this three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath one-story at 3843 Fairfax Avenue is great for executives relocating to the area with family and even Fido, too. It’s ready for you to move in today!

Fairfax Den

Just west of the Dallas North Tollway, this home has plenty of access to the places and people someone new to the area would want to be near. Tons of shopping and restaurants, and great proximity to Dallas Love Field for business travel makes this home a great match for corporate relocation.

Fairfax Kitchen

Beautiful wood floors, fireplaces, a remodeled kitchen, and a large master suite are all included in this fabulous rental. The backyard, combined with a gigantic sunroom, is great for entertaining bosses and neighbors, too. There’s lots of light if you want it, and plantation shutters throughout the house if you don’t.  Everything is absolutely pristine!

Fairfax Sunroom

Know someone who is headed to Dallas and needs a roof over their heads? Go to LocalDwelling.com for more information. Don’t wait, this gorgeous house will get snapped up soon!

Fairfax Backyard

Fairfax Front

Temporary housing can be so boring sometimes. When you move to an area and are looking for a place to spend the next 9 to 12 months while you find a home to buy, sometimes the best idea is to rent near the area you’re considering purchasing.

Fairfax Living

That’s what’s great about this gorgeous ranch in West Highland Park. Listed for lease by Local Dwelling’s Jason Lucas for $3,600 a month, this three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath one-story at 3843 Fairfax Avenue is great for executives relocating to the area with family and even Fido, too. It’s ready for you to move in today!

Fairfax Den

Just west of the Dallas North Tollway, this home has plenty of access to the places and people someone new to the area would want to be near. Tons of shopping and restaurants, and great proximity to Dallas Love Field for business travel makes this home a great match for corporate relocation.

Fairfax Kitchen

Beautiful wood floors, fireplaces, a remodeled kitchen, and a large master suite are all included in this fabulous rental. The backyard, combined with a gigantic sunroom, is great for entertaining bosses and neighbors, too. There’s lots of light if you want it, and plantation shutters throughout the house if you don’t.  Everything is absolutely pristine!

Fairfax Sunroom

Know someone who is headed to Dallas and needs a roof over their heads? Go to LocalDwelling.com for more information. Don’t wait, this gorgeous house will get snapped up soon!

Fairfax Backyard

Timber Park Front

It’s pretty rare to see a single-family home rental with a pool. It’s even rarer to find one in excellent condition with tons of great features that’s perfect for a family who wants to try out a new area.

Timber Park Living

Thanks to Jason Lucas at LocalDwelling.com, this Flower Mound four-bedroom is a great deal for any renter at $1,995 a month. With 5426 Timber Park Drive you get 2,028 square feet, two bathrooms, a two-car garage, and a pool that is just perfect for cooling off when the summer starts to fry your delicate sensibilities!

Timber Park Kitchen

Other things to love about this home: Theres’s a gas range in the kitchen, a really cool free-standing fireplace that separates the living and dining areas, a five-piece bath in the master suite, and great schools. There’s an open floor plan, too, which is great for entertaining and keeping an eye on your kids!

Timber Park Master Bath

There’s only one turn-off for me, and that’s the carpet in the master bathroom. That’s a real head-scratcher, there.

Sounds like your kind of house? You can apply online at LocalDwelling.com.

Timber Park Front

It’s pretty rare to see a single-family home rental with a pool. It’s even rarer to find one in excellent condition with tons of great features that’s perfect for a family who wants to try out a new area.

Timber Park Living

Thanks to Jason Lucas at LocalDwelling.com, this Flower Mound four-bedroom is a great deal for any renter at $1,995 a month. With 5426 Timber Park Drive you get 2,028 square feet, two bathrooms, a two-car garage, and a pool that is just perfect for cooling off when the summer starts to fry your delicate sensibilities!

Timber Park Kitchen

Other things to love about this home: Theres’s a gas range in the kitchen, a really cool free-standing fireplace that separates the living and dining areas, a five-piece bath in the master suite, and great schools. There’s an open floor plan, too, which is great for entertaining and keeping an eye on your kids!

Timber Park Master Bath

There’s only one turn-off for me, and that’s the carpet in the master bathroom. That’s a real head-scratcher, there.

Sounds like your kind of house? You can apply online at LocalDwelling.com.

Lake Cliff Tower Outside

Lake Cliff Tower is a high-rise condo building that rarely has units up for rent. If you’re looking for a low-maintenance loft lifestyle close to everything that’s happening in Oak Cliff, well, this one is just perfect.

Lake Cliff Tower Kitchen

Represented by Jason Lucas and our friends at LocalDwelling.com, this one-bedroom, one-bath condo is up for rent for $1,100 a month. There’s a stackable washer and dryer in-unit, as well as plenty of storage. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances and granite counters, which go well with the open ceilings and concrete floors. There’s plenty of room to hang your bicycle in between jaunts around North Oak Cliff, too.

Lake Cliff Tower Living

This second-floor condo totals just over 1,000 square feet and has plenty of room for both dining and living space. With some creative use of furniture, you could do a lot with this unit. I also love that the current resident has eschewed window dressings. Considering that Lake Cliff Tower is the tallest building around, you don’t really need them.

Lake Cliff Tower Dining

Amenities include assigned parking, a pool, an outdoor patio, and a wine cellar. Unit 202 will be available next week, and if you’re looking for a cozy loft that’s perfect for a single move and shaker who wants to be in the thick of things, this condo is it!

Lake Cliff Tower Bedroom

Lake Cliff Tower Bath

Lake Cliff Tower Outside

Lake Cliff Tower is a high-rise condo building that rarely has units up for rent. If you’re looking for a low-maintenance loft lifestyle close to everything that’s happening in Oak Cliff, well, this one is just perfect.

Lake Cliff Tower Kitchen

Represented by Jason Lucas and our friends at LocalDwelling.com, this one-bedroom, one-bath condo is up for rent for $1,100 a month. There’s a stackable washer and dryer in-unit, as well as plenty of storage. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances and granite counters, which go well with the open ceilings and concrete floors. There’s plenty of room to hang your bicycle in between jaunts around North Oak Cliff, too.

Lake Cliff Tower Living

This second-floor condo totals just over 1,000 square feet and has plenty of room for both dining and living space. With some creative use of furniture, you could do a lot with this unit. I also love that the current resident has eschewed window dressings. Considering that Lake Cliff Tower is the tallest building around, you don’t really need them.

Lake Cliff Tower Dining

Amenities include assigned parking, a pool, an outdoor patio, and a wine cellar. Unit 202 will be available next week, and if you’re looking for a cozy loft that’s perfect for a single move and shaker who wants to be in the thick of things, this condo is it!

Lake Cliff Tower Bedroom

Lake Cliff Tower Bath