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Historic Charm Meets Modern Living

Prepare for love at first sight and plenty of porch parties at this Munger Place Craftsman
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Historic Charm Meets Modern Living

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Anyone who appreciates 1) a charming Craftsman home and 2) Dallas’ coveted Munger Place neighborhood won’t be able to resist this listing by Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate at 5207 Victor Street. As you make your way to this quaint home on a quiet, tree-lined street, you can’t help but feel fortunate to have the opportunity to live in such an architecturally significant and historical neighborhood.

This 1917 Craftsman is a perfect example of why Dallas has fallen in love with the Munger Historic District, which achieved Landmark status in 2018. If you want to get to know your neighbors, it’s the perfect place to be. The Munger Historic District has become known for its Friday night porch parties, wine walks, and friendly neighbors.

The interior of this two-bath, three-bedroom home is enough reason to claim it, but the front porch will have you daydreaming of porch parties with friends, greeting neighbors on their evening walks, and visions of holiday decorating. But keep going—the back porch is equally as stunning, with mature shade trees, perfectly manicured walkways and greenspaces, a gas firepit, and flagstone sitting area. A sizable 20-by-35 pressure-treated pine deck was installed in 2018.

Most of the work at 5207 Victor Street has been done for you. A down-to-the-studs remodel was completed in 2009 and includes an open floor plan, original pocket doors, custom woodwork, and original heart of pine flooring. There is plenty of natural light throughout the home from an abundance of charming wood-framed windows, and fresh paint in hues of greys and blues throughout provide a light, cheery vibe.

The kitchen is quite spacious for a home that was built in 1917 and features stone flooring and countertops, fresh white cabinetry and subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, a gas cooktop, walk-in pantry, and a large island. Three bedrooms make the home a great option for a small family, or extra bedrooms could be repurposed into a study or exercise room. One of the two bathrooms includes a stunning claw-foot tub, and the other a large, double-sink vanity. There is ample storage throughout as well as a laundry room with a dog door.

5207 Victor Street is located just minutes from top restaurants, shopping, nightlife, hike-and-bike trails, White Rock Lake, downtown Dallas, and Deep Ellum and Lower Greenville hot spots. From the moment you walk into the front door to the moment you explore the surrounding neighborhood, you’ll feel right at home. Schedule a tour of this 2,045-square-foot Munger Place home today by contacting Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate.

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Adam Murphy

(972) 795-0125  [email protected]

Adam Murphy was destined for a career in real estate. After all, he grew up in a family of developers and REALTORS® so it’s just a part of who he is. Today, nothing makes Adam happier than seeing clients light up in a home as they’re falling in love with it – a sure sign of job satisfaction.

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