Potential buyers in search of a fabulous find in North Dallas should book it to see this timeless renovation project at 10010 Harwich Dr., in the coveted Chapel Downs neighborhood.
Interior designer Jacqueline Powers is no rookie to buying and transforming houses into magical spaces that families can call home. In fact, this is her second successful flip in this area alone.
"The homes in this neighborhood mostly date from the early 1960s, with most of the houses being early Fox & Jacobs," Powers says. "This particular home was a one-owner home prior to our purchasing it and had been very well cared for."
The three-bedroom, three-bathroom house has 2,127 square feet of living space, including a huge backyard that's just begging for a sparkling pool and entertaining area. There is also ample storage in the utility room for packing away all of the things you definitely need, but just not right now.
The kitchen features all new stainless steel appliances including a Jenn-Air gas range and refrigerator. Natural stone-white sand quartzite countertops shine along with the new cabinets. The butler's pantry was also expanded to offer additional storage in the kitchen.
The master suite is an ideal adult escape with a new walk-in shower and closet. This room opens via French doors to an oversized sunroom boasting floor-to-ceiling atrium windows.
Both full bathrooms in the home received some extra TLC, with the addition of James Martin vanities and stylish wallpaper. And they didn't forget the powder room either, which got a fashionable facelift with the addition of the always-sophisticated Schumacher wallpaper.
Additional updates that are not as sexy but certainly essential include new HVAC and duct work throughout, can lighting, pine hardwood floors, and antique columns that help define the space between the family and formal dining rooms.
The asking price for this like-new home just outside of Preston Hollow proper is $529,000. And because this is essentially a brand-new home with old-school charm, we're pretty sure it will fly off the market.