Built in 1926 in Dallas’ Greenland Hills neighborhood, this home at 5343 Merrimac Avenue has a Tudor design. It also has a second story and more square footage than its original design as part of its many updates.
The home fits four bedrooms, three bathrooms and 3,292 square feet on 0.18 acres of Dallas’ M streets. It’s currently on the market for $925,000.
Listing agent Arielle Paterick said the home blends old and new.
“It has some of the modern updates but a lot of the original charm,” she said.
The home has a stone exterior with stained glass windows visible from the front. Arched doorways throughout offer that historic flair coupled with crown molding, paneling on the walls and hardwood floors. The home has multiple living spaces, a sunroom on one side of the foyer and a living room with a fireplace on the opposite side.
The dining room sits next to the kitchen, and both share plenty of natural light. The kitchen has space for a breakfast table along with ample counter space, a stained glass window over the sink and a door to access the back yard.
Two bedrooms sit on the first floor of the home. The primary suite is on the second level, and Paterick said it is especially large with space for a sitting area and access to balconies. One more bedroom sits on the second level, and there is also a bonus room or loft with built-in bookcases.
The home has a deck in the backyard and a separate garage with storage above.
Arielle Paterick of Compass is listing the home at 5343 Merrimac Ave. for $925,000.
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