Real Estate Report: What $750,000 Buys You in Dallas

Combined total of fireplaces: 5.

blue-house-oak-lawn

4938 Tremont Street | $739,000

{Area: Old East Dallas}

It’s almost impossible for me to look at this house without that Eiffel 65 song ringing in my head. You know the one: I’m blue da ba de… First off, I apologize for getting that stuck in your head, and secondly, I could totally get past the constant humming of that song for this house. It’s featured on Munger Place Historic Tours after all. But despite the historic feel, the home is perfectly up to snuff having just received a fresh paint job and updates throughout including a new roof and gutters. A diving saltwater pool with a Glacier cooling system is just the cherry on top.

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5505 Northaven Road | $749,000

{Area: Preston Hollow}

Positioned on over half an acre, this Preston Hollow home is truly exquisite, which is not an adjective I throw out lightly. The single-story house is beautifully laid out to feature tall ceilings (11 ft. in the living room), a his and hers master bath and a three-car garage out by the lush, perfectly appointed back yard.

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vickery-place-home

5345 Goodwin Avenue | $749,000

{Area: East Dallas}

So hot right now. I know; I hate to even type that. But it’s true. This East Dallas home sits right alongside Lower Greenville’s M Streets. Blue Goose, Terilli’s and The Grape are just a few blocks down the way. Trader Joe’s is so close you can practically feel the chill from the frozen food aisle. But aside from all the hotness, this really is a lovely house. It’s also the largest of the three giving you the biggest bang for your buck. There’s a courtyard with a built-in Viking grill, two porches and two balconies so you have plenty of room to enjoy the great outdoors. But if you do need to find a cozy spot inside, there’s a wood-burning fireplace in the master bedroom as well as stunning hardwood floors and an impressively large walk-in closet.

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