Think finding a house for under $200K is impossible? Think again. It’s certainly getting much harder, but today, we’ve found a cute cottage in Richardson’s Azalea Park neighborhood that’s totally affordable, super cute, and move-in ready.

The home at 521 Shirley Ct. is an updated ranch, located just east of Central Expressway near E. Main Street and Grove Road. This home has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,267 square feet, built in 1954. It has a wonderful circular floorplan, great staging to show off function and flow, and delightful drive-up appeal.


1122 Jackson St Apt 704 a

Hip urban living is an everyday expectation at the Soco Urban Loft Condos in downtown Dallas. And you won’t break the bank buying here.

Our Tuesday Two Hundred has polished concrete floors, stellar downtown views, big windows with downtown views, exposed brick, exposed ducts, cool-burning LED lights, and a huge walk-in closet. You’ll also find lots of original details from the building’s 1925 era—this was once a railroad terminal and warehouse, completely reimagined as residential living over a decade ago.

The unit at 1122 Jackson St. Apt. 704 is a 1-1 with 1,272 square feet, located near Young and South Griffin streets in the heart of downtown.

It was listed June 10 by Jennifer Shindler with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate for $249,900. Monthly HOA dues are $484 and include blanket insurance, exterior maintenance, full use of facilities, maintenance of common areas, management fees, reserves, and trash.


downtown loft

If stellar downtown views are on your “must-have” list, then today’s Tuesday Two Hundred will exceed your expectations.

With south-facing, eight-foot windows and a rooftop pool deck, the Soco Urban Loft Condo at 1122 Jackson St. No. 904 offers splendid skyline views of downtown Dallas.

But the appeal of this condo isn’t confined to views. Think polished concrete floors, cool-burning LED lighting, a huge custom walk-in California closet with desk and safe, and lots of authentic details that remind you of the building’s 1925 construction (the building was once a railroad terminal and warehouse, completely reimagined as hip condos 11 years ago).

Unit 904 is technically a 1-1, but because it’s a loft, the 1,272 square feet flow together and feel open. It was listed June 3 by Jennifer Shindler at Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate for $224,000, the largest and most expensive of the four units in this building currently for sale. Its price-per-square-foot is $176, which is on the low end compared to the other three, listed at $174, $184, and $209 per square foot. With such a great look and solid price, we think unit 904 won’t be on the market long.