An exquisite Spanish Colonial and the recipient of the 2019 Preservation Achievement Award has popped up for sale at 1116 N Canterbury Court in Kessler Park. And with inventory as low as it is right now, it is a true miracle that this exceptional home even made it to the market before being swooped up.
Built in 1925, this home has been updated with integrity and expanded in 2017. With three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and a full guest quarters with bathroom, the property is spacious without being excessive. The home is open concept enough but still maintains its original bone structure with an elegant formal living and dining room.
A classic entertainer’s kitchen features a timeless marble island and stainless steel appliances. A butler’s pantry is painted in a high navy gloss that is absolutely outstanding. There is not a martini drinking man or woman in this city that could resist resting against this beautiful bar for a drink.
The spacious family room allows for communal gathering and offers indoor-outdoor living via fabulous French doors. These doors open to a covered back patio on a gorgeous, lush lot. In addition to the full guest quarters and a two-car garage, there is also a greenhouse that is suited for planting to your heart’s content.
And last but certainly not least is the dreamy primary suite and its romantic bathroom. Think marble from head to toe, heated floors, a dreamy tub, a large shower, and a custom closet. If you are a bath person, the home search obviously stops here. When you see it, you’ll know.
The Chris Hickman Group
Chris is a native Texan and attended Baylor University and is a graduate of the University of North Texas with a Bachelors of Applied Arts and Sciences. After a successful career in Human Resource Management, Chris became a Realtor in 2003 and has been selling real estate with Ebby Halliday for the last 17 years. The definition of a “people person,” he quickly grew his client base and built a successful business based almost exclusively on referrals. Chris is known for his low-pressure sales approach but is diligent when it comes to negotiations and finding the right property for his clients.
When marketing listings, Chris prides himself in the preparation and extensive marketing he puts into his listings, and his consistent communication with his clients. He consistently garners regular placement on the Ebby Halliday Company-Wide Honor Roll as well as the D Magazine Best Realtors list, Five Star Professionals, The Dallas Voice Readers Voice Award, and the Advocate Magazine Top Realtor.
Chris’ professional designations include Membership in MetroTex, TAR, and NAR, Historic House Specialist, Graduate of the MetroTex Leadership program, and a founding member of the Dallas Pacesetter’s Real Estate Networking Group.
Chris and his partner Donald currently live in Oak Cliff where they recently restored a 1925 Spanish Colonial in Kessler Park. Chris is involved in the neighborhood association and sponsors many neighborhood events. They also have a small farm in East Texas where they go to relax, entertain, fish, and garden. Chris is a member of Oak Lawn United Methodist Church and a supporter of the SPCA, Human Rights Campaign, and Preservation Dallas.