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Snag a sweet condo near Dallas Arts District for less than you'd guess

Snag a sweet condo near Dallas Arts District for less than you'd guess

3200 Ross Ave in Dallas kitchen 2
It's easy to imagine entertaining while cooking in this space. Photo courtesy of Allie Beth Allman/Shoot2Sell
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas front door
A more private entrance also makes it hard to believe you're downtown. Photo courtesy of Allie Beth Allman/Shoot2Sell
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas living room 2
An open floorplan creates a great flow in the main living space. Photo courtesy of Allie Beth Allman/Shoot2Sell
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas dining room
The dining room and kitchen blend seamlessly. Photo courtesy of Allie Beth Allman/Shoot2Sell
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas kitchen
It's updates galore in the kitchen. Photo courtesy of Allie Beth Allman/Shoot2Sell
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas master bathroom
The master bath has room to spare. Photo courtesy of Allie Beth Allman/Shoot2Sell
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas bathroom
Carefully chosen updates run throughout the home. Photo courtesy of Allie Beth Allman/Shoot2Sell
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas master bedroom
A master bedroom that truly feels masterful. Photo courtesy of Allie Beth Allman/Shoot2Sell
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas entry
Beautiful landscaping lends a quaint feel to the neighborhood. Photo courtesy of Allie Beth Allman/Shoot2Sell
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas kitchen 2
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas front door
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas living room 2
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas dining room
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas kitchen
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas master bathroom
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas bathroom
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas master bedroom
3200 Ross Ave in Dallas entry

It is possible to get a home with 10-foot ceilings, updated finishes and more than 2,000 square feet and still be within walking distance of the Dallas Arts District. Even better? It can be done for less than $375,000.

This three-bedroom, three-bath brownstone condo at 3200 Ross Ave., unit 28, is all that and more, with expansive living spaces that feel more suburban than urban. Listed with Grey Reed at Allie Beth Allman for $374,999, the home has an open floorplan in the main living area, and the abundance of windows help highlight the ebony wood floors.

The kitchen is all shiny stainless steel, sleek glass tile and granite, and that openness makes it an entertainer's domain.

These updates continue through to the bathrooms, which feature materials that elegantly accent the modern dark cabinetry. A jetted tub and glass-enclosed shower in the master bath, along with his-and-hers sinks, make the suite feel truly masterful.

It might be tempting to never leave your abode, but it's impossible to resist the hip restaurants and hot entertainment venues so close by, including One Arts Plaza, AT&T Performing Arts Center and Deep Ellum.

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