Splurge vs. Steal: Two Catercorner Kessler Park Tudors Built in the 1930s | CandysDirt.com

Splurge vs, Steal is a new feature on CandysDirt.com. Every week, we look at two properties that offer something in common, but are miles apart in their asking price.  

North Oak Cliff’s Kessler Park is known for its eclectic and well-maintained architecture, including some marvelous Tudor revivals. The origins of the neighborhood date to 1924, and it is now part of a historic district with most of the houses built before World War II. 

Our Splurge vs. Steal today looks at two Kessler Park Tudors on one of the most desirable streets in the area, located catercorner to each other. Built just five years apart in the 1930s, they feel pretty different now. One offers updates and interior renovations; the other feels largely untouched. They are walking distance to Coombs Creek and the surrounding greenbelt, and a few minute’s drive to downtown Dallas.  

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