For Sale in Oak Cliff

Affordable Oak Cliff cottage comes with access to parks and golf course

Affordable Oak Cliff cottage comes with access to parks and golf

Exterior of 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
The home at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. is listed for $249,900. Photo courtesy of David Griffin & Company Realtors
Living room at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Living room features a charming fireplace. Photo courtesy of David Griffin & Company Realtors
Living room at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Hardwoods run throughout the living room. Photo courtesy of David Griffin & Company Realtors
Living room at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Arched doorway leads to the dining room. Photo courtesy of David Griffin & Company Realtors
Kitchen at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Kitchen has a bit of a funky layout but ample cabinets. Photo courtesy of David Griffin & Company Realtors
Dining room at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Dining room has cute corner built-ins. Photo courtesy of David Griffin & Company Realtors
Den at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
A second living area off the dining room. Photo courtesy of David Griffin & Company Realtors
Master bedroom at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Master bedroom has hardwoods too. Photo courtesy of David Griffin & Company Realtors
Master bath at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Master bath has a traditional vanity. Photo courtesy of David Griffin & Company Realtors
Office at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
This addition was once used as the master, but the current owner uses it as an office. Photo courtesy of David Griffin & Company Realtors
Bedroom at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
A second bedroom could also be an office. Photo courtesy of David Griffin & Company Realtors
Bathroom at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Second bathroom is also part of the addition. Photo courtesy of David Griffin & Company Realtors
Backyard at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
There's another structure out back, currently being used as an artist's studio. Photo courtesy of David Griffin & Company Realtors
Backyard at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
A covered patio for for entertaining. Photo courtesy of David Griffin & Company Realtors
Exterior of 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Living room at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Living room at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Living room at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Kitchen at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Dining room at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Den at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Master bedroom at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Master bath at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Office at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Bedroom at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Bathroom at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Backyard at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas
Backyard at 2329 W. Colorado Blvd. in Dallas

An affordable listing at 2329 Colorado Blvd. exemplifies the best of Stevens Park Village, the picturesque neighborhood in North Oak Cliff. It’s one of 176 houses built between 1939 and 1941.

The home sits on a beautifully maintained and landscaped corner lot with crepe myrtle, oak and pecan trees, just a few blocks from Stevens Park Golf Course. It’s listed for $249,900 with Nancy Gonzales of David Griffin & Company. And that price includes access to tree-lined streets, common parks and views of downtown Dallas.

The stone-and-wood cottage has three bedrooms and two baths, with charming features such as arched doorways and corner cupboards. Hardwood floors run through the front parts of the house and two bedrooms, as does the crown molding. A cozy fireplace flanked by vintage lights anchors the living room.

The dining room features built-in corner cabinets with open shelving, and French doors lead to the second living room, which is adjacent to the kitchen. The layout in the kitchen is a bit funky, but there are plenty of cabinets.

The master bedroom has a closet typical for a home of this era, but practical updates include built-in shelving all the way to the ceiling. The master bathroom has a garden tub and a large vanity.

Over the years the rooms have served different purposes; what is now the home office (an addition) was last used as the master, and the second bedroom was the office. The current office is on a lower level, with a door leading to the backyard. The second bathroom is also an addition.

The backyard has a lot going on — green space, gazebo with picnic table, and an 18-by-18 utility room with full-size washer-dryer hook-ups and a closet. The current owner is using the room as an artist’s studio. This space is not included in the house’s 1,541 square feet.

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A version of this story originally was published on Candy's Dirt.