Whether you call it a tri-level or a split-level, mid-century fans will love this luxuriously-finished piece of history from 1968 with everything you want in 2019. This four-bedroom, three-bath home at 1554 Russell Glen Lane is this week’s featured Thursday Three Hundred with a list price of $385,000.

Check out this hard-to-find split level at an Open House from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 10

Located in well-established Highland Oaks in South Dallas, this 2,876-square-foot home is a deep-set corner lot situated on a .63-acre lot. Just look at the long, down-sloping walkway to the front door! Plus, talk about a scenic part of town with a great location: 15 minutes to downtown and 10 minutes to Bishop Arts District and Trinity Groves.

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Kidd Springs RemodelThe first thing that comes to mind when I think of the Kidd Springs neighborhood in Oak Cliff are the charming smaller cottages, most under 1,800 square feet, with a handful of grand homes sprinkled in. But more often than not, these Kidd Springs cuties come with odd floorplans and upper level masters that aren’t exactly workable for today’s buyers.

Well this week we came across a home that throws all this out the window. Meet 831 Woodlawn Ave. – a sprawling 2,836-square-foot gem, complete with main-floor master suite, and impressive designer upgrades priced to sell at $499,000.

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Joe Big Pic

It may have been back in July, July 28 in fact, but we are still feeling the fun from the shindig Joe Atkins and his Bishop Arts team threw on a hot Thursday night to showcase his second and newest real estate office in the Metroplex: 419 West Eighth Street, right near Davis. He transformed a Bishop Arts house into a great real estate office space, and any Realtor who wasn’t basking in the mountain air was at the party.

419 W 8th

What a transformation!

Joe’s first office is the only residential real estate shop in downtown Dallas at 2201 Main Street, #840.

Not only was Joe showing off spacious new digs complete with meeting rooms and a full kitchen, he showed off his growing team of agents, some seasoned and some fresh from Champions School of Real Estate. One of the newest: former Coldwell Banker agent Tommy Wooten, who has won so many Metrotex awards he is going to need a Montanan Big Sky to store them. Jump for a whole bunch of crazy pics and fun people. Oh yes, this is not Joe’s last office. He has big plans for Tommy and we cannot wait for the next party:

Tommy Wooten

 

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