Lakewood Tudor

The Lakewood Tudor at 6419 Glenrose Ct. is one of our featured open houses this week.

We love bringing you an insider look at hot North Texas properties with our CandysDirt Open Houses of the Week column. Every Thursday, we pick the fabulous open houses in Dallas (and the ‘burbs from time to time) you shouldn’t miss.

This week, our houses range in price from $325K to $675K. Let us know what you think of our choices, and if you know of any we should feature next week!

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dallas open houses

In our weekly roundup of open houses, we’re looking at homes that range from $399,900 to $859,900, including an Uptown highrise condo at 3310 Fairmount St. Apt. 8F with killer views from its wraparound balcony.

We know you love getting insider info about the smokin’ hot North Texas real estate market. That’s why we bring you the CandysDirt Open Houses of the Week column every Thursday. We pick five open houses the coming weekend in Dallas (and the ‘burbs from time to time) and each property stands out in some special way to make the cut.

This week, our houses range in price from $399,900 to $859,900. You’ll find a corner-unit Uptown condo with a wraparound balcony and incredible Turtle Creek views, a renovated M-Streets Tudor with darling looks and separate guest quarters, and more. Mark your calendars—you don’t want to miss these!

 

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10309 Lake Gardens ADuring World War II, America ramped up its steel production to make weapons, build ships, and fuel the effort overseas. Once the war was over, we had tremendous capacity, and it had to go somewhere. Enter the big cars of the 1950s, huge appliances, and home construction (coming out of the war, there were around six million people who needed housing).

Metal kitchen cabinets were en vogue during the 50s for this very reason. But very few homes built in that era still have the original pieces—most have been torn out in renovations over the years.

But in today’s Tuesday Two Hundred at 10309 Lake Gardens Dr., original Geneva metal cabinets stand pristine in the kitchen. They match the vintage charm and other Midcentury features of this 1952 bungalow in East Dallas.

This house is a 3-1 with 1,140 square feet, and several additional living spaces with both front and back sunrooms, perfect for outdoor dining. East Dallas MidcenturyThe neighborhood is absolutely wonderful, with a canopy of mature trees over the street, just two miles from White Rock Lake, and one mile to Casa Linda Plaza.

It was listed Nov. 2 by Trisha Moore with Keller Williams Lake Cities for $285,000. There’s a broker open house tomorrow from 10 a.m. to noon. Let’s take a look inside.

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