First-Time Homebuyers Find Fabulous First Homes in Dallas
June 3rd, 2013 | by The Update
Historically low interest rates and reasonably priced properties make Dallas a very attractive home-buying market. With summer fast approaching, first-time homebuyers can beat the heat and begin their search for the perfect place to call home.
The properties listed below can be found in popular neighborhoods with easy access to all that Dallas has to offer, from dining and shopping to the vibrant entertainment and social scene.
This recently updated cottage style home offers the rare combination of privacy and accessibility to some of Dallas’ favorite spots, including Celebration Restaurant. Along with an oversized master and detached guest quarters, this property includes a two-car garage and greenhouse. Listed by Becky Frey.
A beautiful jewel in the Bird Streets, close to Dallas Love Airport and lots of great restaurants. Updated with refinished hardwoods throughout the home, recessed lighting, and designer paint colors, as well as built-in storage and a spacious backyard with a play scape. Listed by Kate Mote.
Charming East Dallas cottage with fabulous room sizes and exceptional style. The welcoming front porch is framed by mature landscaping. The home is light and bright throughout with large formals and a den with a large fireplace overlooking the huge back yard. A wonderful home in a great neighborhood! Listed by Kay Wood and Kyle Richards.
Tradition meets contemporary in this custom-designed, energy-efficient Tudor home close to Bishop Arts, Kessler Park, and downtown Dallas. Home opens to spacious entry and living area with stained concrete floors and 10-ft ceilings. All the features of a new home with the elegance of historic Tudor construction. Listed by Jennifer Stolarski.
Stunning, zero-lot home in gated Creekside at Stonebriar. This open floorplan flows gracefully and allows for an abundance of natural light through near floor to ceiling windows adorned by plantation shutters. Attractive tile flooring, arched walkways, vaulted ceilings and shades of taupe palette create a sense of ease and warmth. Listed by Todd Terry and Ellen Terry
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