From the outside, this 1926 Tudor in Dallas' Greenland Hills neighborhood might appear to be an ordinary listing to hit MLS among that masses that appear daily during the city's busiest time to buy and sell homes. But the fact that this property went under contract in a matter of days proves that it is not anything like the rest.
Yep, we spotted this three-bedrooms, two-bathroom Tudor at 5610 Ridgedale Ave. when it hit the market on a Friday, and it was under contract by the time we wrapped up a story about it Monday. With just over 2,000 square feet of living space, what exactly is it that makes it so special?
“This property checks the box as being a quintessential three-two Tudor in the Greenland Hills neighborhood. However, what sets it apart are the luxury upgrades, large rooms, and a functional floorplan that flows better than most of its competition," said listing agent Carmen Dipenti, with Compass.
There are three spaces, in particular, that capture attention. For starters, there's the cozy living room with its handsome, painted brick fireplace and the natural light that oozes in from the flex room that can be used as an office or a sunroom.
A second favorite area of the home has to be the kitchen, with its custom cabinets, Wolf 6 burner range, Miele appliances, granite countertops, and more. It's not too big nor too small. It's just right.
And last, but certainly not least, the bathrooms boast amenities that are fit for a modern-day king or queen. If Bainultra Hydro-Thermo deep soaking tub means nothing to you now, give the one in the secondary bathroom a try and your self-care regimen will never be the same. Pair that tub with a master shower that has both a standard and rainfall shower head, and you are officially dealing with a house that has heavenly bathrooms.
This home also went under contract quickly for things that it doesn't have, and those who are on the market for a Tudor know exactly what we mean. This property does not have small, choppy rooms. It does not have tiny closets, and it does not have a laundry list of mind-numbing tasks to complete before it is ready for your family to move in and make it your own.
“When a Tudor has been meticulously maintained and updated in a thoughtful way, buyers have a chance to truly notice all of the beautiful aspects of a 1926 home," Dipenti said. "Think original archways, stained-glass windows, hardwood floors, and even double-paned windows.”
This home is offered at $650,000, and while it does have a contract, those who are interested might keep an eye on it on the off-chance that it pops back on the market. This is one case that supports the experts' declaration that Dallas has a very healthy sellers' market.