Craftsman Bungalow Representing 100 Years of Modernism $455,000
This Early Modern Craftsman bungalow represents the best of the Belmont Addition Conservation District. On a beautiful tree-lined street of friendly neighbors, this 1,400 square foot home with two bedrooms and one bathroom is on .20 acres of beautiful gardens that surround the home. Large double-hung windows in every room provide views of private meandering paths that lead through lush gardens and a backyard layered with ornamental and towering trees.
This Goliad Lot is 20% Larger than Standard Highland Park and University Park Lots
Home Appeals to Those Who Love Art, Nature and Friendly Neighbors
The front porch of this Craftsman bungalow invites interaction with friendly neighbors. The interior of the home is open with large rooms, creating a sense of a 21st century modern loft—perfect for art. The high ceilings are indicative of a 1926 Craftsman bungalow, as are the series of large double-hung windows in every room and the open spaces that are visually connected. The Lutron lighting and the continuity of the hardwood floors provide a feeling of an art gallery. The cork floors in a charming room connecting to the rear terrace also invoke a sense of modernity.
Architect Jessica Stewart Lendvay Designed Kitchen and Bathroom
Architect Jessica Stewart Lendvay, known for her exquisite modern architectural work that she has done across the country, designed the modern kitchen and bathroom here. Integrated into the kitchen design is a Bosch 5-burner cooktop, Elica range hood with a three-speed blower, a KitchenAid self-cleaning oven with convection feature, KitchenAid dishwasher, KitchenAid refrigerator/freezer with water and ice dispenser. Invisible hinged kitchen cabinets and drawers with pull-out storage and the Kohler fixtures contribute to the sleek look of the kitchen. In the kitchen and bathroom, countertops are Corian® and sinks are integrated.
Rear Terrace Extends Home into Garden
The living space of this home extends into the rear garden, as the home opens onto a large, elevated terrace and seating area. Along with the terrace, Jessica Lendvay designed the graceful terrace steps that descend into the lush environment of the backyard.
Fabulous Value as Land Appreciates
A renovated home on a beautiful block in an Old East Dallas neighborhood would be a great value even if it were on a small lot. This home provides an even greater value because it is on a large lot that is beautifully landscaped. It is the increase in the value of land that causes homes to go up in price. This home on 0.20 acres has 20% more land than a standard lot indicating a greater future appreciation than a home on a conventional lot in the Park Cities or Dallas.
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Photographs of this Craftsmen Bungalow Modern Home
Address: 6026 Goliad Avenue
School District: Dallas ISD
Square Feet: 1,400
Contact Listing Agent, Realtor Douglas Newby, if you would like to see this property. 214.522.1000