The market is hot in East Dallas neighborhoods. According to residential appraiser D.W. Skelton, Lakewood has likely seen the largest increase in value, citing two significant sales over $2 million. Experts say that homebuyers are continuously drawn to the neighborhood for its Blue Ribbon schools, which in turn are driving home prices upward.
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This is classic elegance in the Swiss Avenue Historic District. Natural light is abundant from the entryway that leads to the stately staircase to the sweeping formals and four bedrooms. Three sets of French doors open to the expansive covered veranda that spans the length of the house and overlooks the backyard and pool. A two-car garage with full quarters and an elevator complete this home that rests in walking distance to shopping, dining and entertainment.
This expanded and updated 1926 Tudor features a single-level floorplan with three bedrooms and clean lines throughout. Three living areas include a formal, game room and sitting area that open to the kitchen. The large master bedroom with walk-in closets opens to the deck, while the two additional bedrooms share an updated bathroom. This classic M streets home is beautifully done with a desirable blend of modern style and convenience.
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