1107 N Edgefield Avenue Briggs Freeman Sotheby's

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4 Updated, Classic Homes by the Bishop Arts District

All the history without the headache.

In Dallas, there’s a certain pride in knowing your home has reached its mid-fifties. But that storied past or decades-old charm can also bring a few well-worn problems that need addressing. Here, we’ve rounded up four beautifully updated homes built before the ’50s surrounding the historic Bishop Arts District. Because why not?

1107 N Edgefield Avenue

Courtesy of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s

Year Built: 1925

The Price: $615,000

The Kessler Park Tudor pairs a classic exterior with an open floor plan, stainless steel appliances, clean white cabinetry, and a two-car garage with an automated gate entry.

719 N Madison Avenue

Courtesy of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s

Year Built: 1915

The Price: $499,000

Though the home would fit right in along the streets of the Winnetka Heights Historic District, this century-old gem is located just two blocks from Bishop Arts.  Inside, you’ll find handsome hardwood floors, plantation shutters, and a stunning modern kitchen with just a touch of exposed brick.

527 S Clinton Avenue

Courtesy of Halo Group Realty

Year Built: 1930

The Price: $385,000

Speaking of Winnetka Heights, this lovely home actually is situated in the historic neighborhood. It also has some super trendy subway-tile filled bathrooms and remarkably shiny hardwood floors.

2330 Barberry Drive

Hunter Real Estate

Year Built: 1941

The Price: $410,000

Aside from the Austin stone exterior, practically everything in this ranch home looks brand new. Gleaming hardwoods and bright modern tiles perfectly complements the home’s well-lit interior.

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