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Reimagined Ranch Makes You Reconsider What You Thought You Wanted in a Home

This North Dallas renovation is good. Like, really, really good.

The home at 5022 Pebblebrook Drive is simply show-stopping. How often do you see a ranch that features five bedrooms, 4.1-bathrooms, and nearly 6,000 square feet? Not only that, but this 1960s Russwood Acres rambler was taken to the studs in 2019 by Cummings & Associates Architects to make it a 2020 dream home.

Located on a .72-acre lot, this home sits on a cul de sac with mature trees that have been given expertly groomed by Bonick Landscaping. The curb appeal is through the roof, and plant placement plays a big role in that. Out back you’ll find there is an outdoor kitchen, fireplace, pool and spa, and even a side yard with a playground.

The interior of the home is sophisticated yet warm with pitched ceilings, exposed beams, and walls of windows. There are multiple rooms for hosting, relaxing, and spending quality family time, however, a favorite will surely be the kitchen that features modern appliances, an island with a waterfall-edge countertop, and custom cabinets.

Two bedrooms that deserve a shoutout are the primary and the guest suites. The owner’s suite has its own sitting area, custom closets, and a bathroom that has serious penthouse potential. The guest suite has a separate entrance for convenience and privacy and also has its own sitting area and bathroom. If your mother-in-law is in the market for a place to crash when she visits, she is going to be seriously spoiled.

To put the icing on the cake, this home is located in a prime position for shopping, dining, and accessing the Dallas North Tollway. It’s also just a hop, skip, and a jump from a plethora of private schools. If this unique piece of real estate is in your price range, stop looking for excuses and start working up that offer.


Daniel Marshall
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Who better to partner with on your next local real estate transaction that someone invested in and passionate about Dallas? Daniel Marshall enjoys showing people around the city he grew up in, including its many up-and-coming neighborhoods like Kiestwood and Kiest Park in Oak Cliff.

Daniel says his favorite part of working in the industry is tailoring an experience to the comfort and knowledge level of whomever he’s working with – especially first-time buyers. Clients say he excels at keeping their interests number one when negotiating and exhaustively researches the facts and details relevant to each property. He and his fellow Paine-Drennan Group teammates regularly collaborate to exchange information and ideas, resulting in enhanced responsiveness and efficiency that benefits from.

Daniel is a graduate of the Episcopal School of Dallas (ESD) and American University where he attained his BA in International Studies. He’s also a member and supporter of the Dallas Architecture Forum, an Eagle Scout, and loves to travel. When he has spare time, he enjoys mountain biking and rock climbing.


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