Outstanding Oak Cliff!
June 24th, 2013 | by The Update
This oh-so-charming Tudor at 701 N. Edgefield is nestled in the quaint community of North Oak Cliff.
The charming, historic neighborhood of Oak Cliff has plenty to offer! There’s all the unique shopping and dining in the Bishop Arts District, the close-knit community of Kessler Park, and downtown Dallas is just minutes away!
Here are a few fantastic homes in Oak Cliff on the market now:
Fantastic mid-century home sits on a private creek lot. Near the new Rugged Drive hike and bike trail and Bishop Dunne High School. This home offers a spacious living room with fireplace and vaulted ceiling that opens to back porch and yard. Kitchen had plenty of counter space and a breakfast nook. Master suite is located on first floor with updated, attached bath and walk-in closet. Listed by Jennifer Stolarski.
1623 Nob Hill Road — JUST SOLD!
Live among the trees, in the hills of Kessler Park. Cross the bridge to reach this modern tri-level home, ideally located with easy access to downtown Dallas, Bishop Arts District & Coombs Creek Hike & Bike Trail. Situated perfectly on the land to create privacy, but still allow plenty of natural light to filter in. Listed by Jennifer Stolarski.
Wonderfully updated Kessler Park ranch home with three generous bedrooms and two updated baths. A welcoming front porch, framed by beautiful landscaping and shaded by mature trees, is the perfect spot for a cool drink and catching up with neighbors. Listed by Kay Wood.
This fabulous Kessler Plaza home with quarters is painted with designer colors, custom blinds, antique light fixtures and wonderful original built-ins. Located in a tree lined quiet neighborhood which is convenient to Bishop arts, downtown, art museums, Klyde Warren Park, Winspear, and night life. This beautifully landscaped home boasts gleaming hardwoods, charming built-ins, two bedrooms, inviting kitchen with great flow between the living spaces and lovely patio. Listed by Shelley Koeijmans.
Tradition meets contemporary. Custom designed and built in 2004, this energy-efficient Tudor home is convenient to Bishop Arts, Kessler Park, Methodist Hospital and downtown Dallas. Landscaped walkway leads to covered front porch. Home opens to spacious entry and living area. Stained concrete floors. Listed by Jennifer Stolarski.