Oak Cliff is undergoing a real estate renaissance the likes of which we have never seen before. Sales are happening at an astonishing rate. Investors are flipping houses in neighborhoods where only a few years ago finding a home under $100,000 was easy. This is not the case any longer, not by a long shot. Take this adorable Oak Cliff cottage at 2234 Carnes Street, in the L.O. Daniel neighborhood, as evidence. (more…)
For the second week in a row, we’ve been able to find a home for less than $100,000 in Dallas that isn’t, you know, euphemistically cozy.
This week’s offering is in Oak Cliff. At 1,609 square feet, three bedrooms, and two baths, this home at 6828 Shadymeadow Dr. is newly listed — as in, hasn’t even been up for more than 24 hours, fresh-on-the-market. (more…)
Last week’s Oak Cliff MLS tour was a hot one. There were several great homes, but two very discerning agents reached out to me regarding one that stood head-and-shoulders above the rest. Both agents were enamored with the kitchen of 1321 Canterbury Court in Kessler Park, and for a really good reason.
And the kitchen alone is reason enough to name this listing from David Griffin & Co. Realtor Courtney Tauriac as our High Caliber Home of the Week presented by Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans. As luck would have it, this beautiful 1937-built home is already under contract, but if you fall in love with it (Spoiler alert: You probably will!), get in touch with Lisa Peters at Caliber Home Loans today to get pre-qualified so you can put in a backup offer on this deliciously updated historic property in one of Dallas’ most sought-after neighborhoods!
Now here’s a Friday Five Hundred you don’t want to miss! Situated minutes from the Bishop Arts District, Kessler Park, and downtown Dallas sits this three-bedroom, two-bath charmer that definitely lives up to the hype. With a 1,584-square-foot interior bursting with curated designer details modeled after European minimalism and trendy boutique hotels, you’ll want to get a jump on this one.
This Kessler Park colonial is precisely the sort of home people dream of finding when they decide to move to the rolling hills of Oak Cliff. It embodies all of the original 1935 New England charms but has undergone an extensive remodel, which means no work for you!
If you’d love a home on a little more land, but assumed you’d need a hefty budget to afford it, cast your eye to the Brettonwoods neighborhood in Oak Cliff.
Our Thursday Three Hundred at 3123 Gladiolus Ln. sits on half an acre, a renovated and beautiful home near West Ledbetter Drive and South Westmoreland Road. It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two dining areas, and 2,033 square feet, built in 1962. And believe it or not, it is listed for $350,000.