See Classic Homes in Devonshire and Greenway Parks
January 30th, 2015 | by Michelle
Laid out in 1927, Greenway Parks was named one of Texas’ Best Places by the Texas Society of Architects and has been named a conservation district. Devonshire is an affluent community with about 750 homes, some of which were built as early as the 1930s.
Three homes in these neighborhoods you may want to consider are:
5743 Bryn Mawr Drive | Listed for $665,000
An inviting front porch welcomes you into this three-bedroom traditional brick home in Devonshire. It features an open floor plan on one story. A large family room has two sets of double glass doors that lead to a backyard deck. The kitchen, family room and deck make a great entertaining space. Sip your coffee in a morning room beside a fireplace, relax in the master suite’s private sitting area or soak in its jetted tub.
5423 Neola Drive | Listed for $1,775,000
This 1926 Traditional is ideally located on the coveted Neola Drive, the only Greenway Parks street boasting just one block – quiet and rarely traveled. The neighborhood’s timeless design, created by famed architect Dave Williams in the late 1920’s, provides an unending passion for many of its historic homes.
5317 Montrose Drive | Listed for $1,350,000
In Greenway Parks, overlooking a greenbelt, is a 1924-built jewel box on a 75-foot lot. With a charming facade, the four-bedroom home has classic living and dining rooms. In its family room are a large fireplace, a corner bar and French doors that open to the back patio. The kitchen has hand-scraped wood flooring, beamed ceiling and custom-painted tiles.
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