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Refined “Treehouse” Living

Find respite surrounded by nature in this stunning home in the heart of the city.
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Refined “Treehouse” Living

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It’s not often you find a home where, from almost every window, you don’t see a neighbor’s backyard, the street or alley, or the house next door. At 10311 Bel Aire Drive in East Dallas, all you will see are miles of trees and greenery, a winding creek, and other natural elements. You’ll never want to leave the peace and tranquility you’ve discovered right in the heart of the city. 

A quiet neighborhood sandwiched between Lochwood and Old Lake Highlands is the first reason to fall in love with this two-story brick home. Impeccable finishes and an open layout are a close second. Once you enter the home, you will be greeted by an abundance of natural light that bounces off the hardwood floors, high ceilings, and a wall of windows looking out to a blooming forest with a flowing creek behind the home.

Modern with crisp interiors throughout, the 3,068-square-foot home was built in 2017 and is loaded with new features, leaving little to desire. If you want a home that is move-in ready, this is the one. With four bedrooms and three baths, it is the perfect size for a growing family. Peaceful and serene, it is a delight throughout with soothing, modern designer finishes. The gourmet kitchen opens to the living and dining areas and features a large island, stainless steel appliances, and a gas cooktop. The seamless transition from the kitchen, dining, and living areas make the home a perfect place to entertain. Or you can easily imagine yourself preparing dinner while keeping an eye on the kids as they go safely from room to room. The dining area’s sliding glass door doubles as a floor-to-ceiling window and opens to a large outdoor patio with plenty of room for an outdoor kitchen and ample seating. (Again with those wooded views!)

A wooden staircase leads to an upstairs landing—a perfect spot for a home office, play area for the kids, or additional living or TV area. The private guest suite and bath are downstairs, with additional bedrooms and the primary bedroom upstairs. Whatever room you’re in upstairs, you can’t help but feel like you are in a treehouse, with greenery from the outdoors serving as the view from most windows. The primary suite has two large closets, a double vanity, a large separate tub and shower, and loads of built-in storage. The laundry room is adjoined by a mudroom with built-in cubbies—again, making an organized family life a breeze!


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Amy Timmerman, The B.A.R. Group, Dave Perry Miller Real Estate

214-395-4062 | [email protected]

Amy Timmerman has nearly two decades of real estate experience, most recently with the B.A.R. Group. She has represented hundreds of clients, mentored new agents, built a brokerage of more than 300 agents, flipped and built new homes alongside her contractor husband, and has been the No. 1 agent in Lake Highlands year after year as well as a top agent in neighboring areas.

Timmerman brings marketing expertise, compassionate guidance, and a client-first approach to every transaction. Her undergraduate degree from Southern Methodist University in advertising and studio art gives her a keen eye for design and the competitive advantage when marketing homes for sale. She has been named a Best Real Estate Agent and Top Producer in D Magazine, Advocate Top 25 Agents, and Texas Monthly Five Star Award. She was the first recipient of the coveted REALTOR® Association Ebby Halliday Community Service Award after chairing the Chi Omega Christmas Market for two consecutive years. She was also awarded the American Cancer Society Corporate Hero Circle award and has served as past president of 100 Women of Lake Highlands and as a board member for the Lake Highlands Junior Women’s League and the Lake Highlands Women’s League. She also serves on the SMU Chi Omega Housing Corporation board and on her children’s school PTA boards.

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