A house built in the 1950s can be a wonderful thing. This is especially true when the owners have maintained the home’s vintage charm, but updated it with modern amenities.

This is the case our Tuesday Two Hundred at 10812 Wyatt St., a lovely Lochwood ranch with a long list of recent updates, but a definite sense of its 1958 construction date. In 2014, the house got new HVAC, water heater, dishwasher, kitchen cabinets, recycled glass countertops, disposal, kitchen sink and faucet, kitchen porcelain floor, bathroom tile and fixtures, Whirlpool bathtub in the full bath, refinished hardwood floors, fresh paint, ceiling fans, and light fixtures. (Try saying all that in one breath!)

This home has three bedrooms, one full bath, one half bath, and 1,236 square feet. It was listed June 29 by Tara Westbrook with Tara Westbrook Real Estate for $275,000.



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Lots of buyers aren’t looking for a fixer-upper in their next home—they want move-in ready with style. Our Tuesday Two Hundred fits that description perfectly.

The updated Traditional at 11207 Sinclair Ave. near Garland and Jupiter roads has a list of updates that goes on and on, from an open floorplan and recessed lighting, to a modern kitchen and refinished original hardwood floors.

This is a 3-1 with an additional half bathroom and 1,293 square feet, built in 1955. It’s located in the Lake and Garden District’s Lochwood neighborhood, one of the most lovely areas of East Dallas. It’s within walking distance of Lochwood Park, a 12.3 acre-park with baseball field and basketball court, pavilion with picnic tables, playground, swimming pool, tennis court, and trails.

It was listed May 13 by Meg Skinner with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate for $247,000. There is a broker open house tomorrow from 10 a.m. to noon.