Winsome Winnetka Heights Craftsman Bungalow Has Personality to Spare | CandysDirt.com

Our Thursday Three Hundred caught our eye with its handsome curb appeal. From the wraparound, welcoming porch to the charmed built-ins, this Winnetka Heights Craftsman has the classic good looks that make buyers swoon. 

Located at 119 N Willomet Ave., this home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,558 square feet on one story, built in 1926.

“For the price and location this home packs a punch,” said listing agent Ged Dipprey. “Add to the equation the master has a walk-in closet and ensuite bath and I’m confident buyers will see how this one is a knock-out.” 

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Naturally, we love old homes that have been lovingly restored, and the North Oak Cliff neighborhood of Winnetka Heights has a hefty sum of them. Though our adoration for endless original millwork knows no bounds, we realize that it’s not for everyone. This home, a recently reduced listing from David Griffin & Co. Realtor Crystal Gonzalez, is a classic prairie foursquare on the outside with lovely transitional interiors that will appeal to almost any decor taste. That’s just one reason it’s this week’s High Caliber Home sponsored by Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans. 

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Winnetka Heights Bungalow

There’s nothing quite like owning a Craftsman to make you feel like you’re living the charmed life. 

Our Thursday Three Hundred is a Winnetka Heights bungalow in North Oak Cliff with a wide and welcoming front porch. Located at 414 S. Willomet Ave. near West Jefferson Boulevard and South Polk Street, this house offers a handsome marriage of old and new. For example, original refinished hardwood floors gleam against a newer decorative slate tile fireplace, which fits the vintage aesthetic of this house nicely. 

This bungalow has two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,392 square feet on one story, built in 1945. 

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130 N. Edgefield Front

The old house life is one coveted and enjoyed by legions of history buffs and appreciators of fine craftsmanship. To love an old home is to accept one of the most fundamental things about them — they’re old, and they’ll need fixing.

But in the hands of a true lover of aged architecture, an old house turns into a breathing, living structure full of history and life. That’s what we love about a brand new listing from David Griffin & Company Realtors agent Diane Sherman in historic Winnetka Heights. It was lovingly restored by its more recent owners, including sellers Barry Binder and Tracie Dockwell. The before-and-after shots will floor you!

Find yourself falling fast for our High Caliber Home of the Week? Contact Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans today to get pre-approved and ready to put in your highest and best offer.

But to really appreciate how far this incredible, 1914-built prairie foursquare has come, you have to see where its new life started.

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2615 Burlington a

There’s been a lot of attention lately to our North Texas real estate market—it’s one of the hottest in the nation, if not the hottest.

With that growth, prices have increased exponentially. It’s getting pretty hard to find a single family home for under $200K in Dallas. But they do exist! Proof: this cute traditional home in North Oak Cliff at 2615 Burlington Blvd.

Located near W. Claredon Drive and S. Hampton Road in the Crawford Park neighborhood (next to Winnetka Heights), this house has two bedrooms, one full bathroom, one half bathroom, and 1,175 square feet, built in 1945. Its curb appeal is darling, the interior is updated, and it retains a lot of vintage personality.

Another effect of our market’s popularity is that homes under $200K get snapped up quickly. So let’s take a look before it goes under contract.

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Winsome Winnetka Heights Prairie | CandysDirt.com

There’s something truly charmed about a historic home in Dallas. We don’t have that many of them (with more disappearing every year), and many haven’t been kept in good condition over the years.

That’s just two reasons why today’s Thursday Three Hundred was such a pleasure to discover. The home at 211 N. Edgefield Ave. is a winsome Prairie-style Four Square in North Oak Cliff’s Winnetka Heights. Its big spaces and light-filled rooms flow easily and this 1924 structure has been lovingly maintained.

With three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,398 square feet on two stories, this is a good-sized house for the era. The location is prime, and the price is right. Let’s take a look before a buyer snatches it up.

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S. Edgefield HCHOTW

If you’ve been ogling over those cute tiny homes that are popping up everywhere, but you’re not sure if a life on wheels or in the boonies for you, this listing from David Griffin & Company Realtor Bart Thrasher shows that you can live itty bitty in the city.

Bart, who lives in Winnetka Heights with his wife, Karen, and son, Henry, knows a thing or two about good construction. Bart is a contractor and Karen is an incredibly talented architect, and with all that know-how between them they founded Thrasherworks, a boutique architecture and design firm based right in North Oak Cliff. And in Bart’s opinion, this property is perfect for those who believe in the gospel of minimalism and the zen of tidying up.

No wonder this unique Craftsman in Winnetka Heights is our High Caliber Home of the Week sponsored by Lisa Peters at Caliber Home Loans. While this listing is in contingency (the buyers are waiting to sell their current home), it doesn’t hurt to be prepared should it go back on the market. Call Lisa Peters at Caliber Home Loans today to get your pre-approval in line so you can put your highest and best offer in on this tiny home should you get a second chance!

342 S. Edgefield Front Porch

The front porch of 342 S. Edgefield has a hidden secret …

Jump to see the brilliant open floor plan and excellent storage inside this adorable Winnetka Heights Craftsman cottage!

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701 S. Clinton Front

Winnetka Heights is a real treasure of a neighborhood, one of the largest and oldest historical districts in Dallas — it was established in 1910. Driving or walking through its tree-lined streets in North Oak Cliff, the architecture shines. Prairie and Craftsman houses dominate the area.

Our Friday Five Hundred stands out with its color, character, and conveniences. Located at 701 S. Clinton Ave., this Craftsman has been painstakingly updated with modern amenities, but still retains the charmed feel you can only get in a historic house. It’s got five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,958 square feet on two stories, built in 1930. Vintage features, like the wide front porch and coffered ceilings in the formal dining room, marry beautifully with updated features, like the backyard hot tub under a pergola and open concept kitchen.

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