It’s in a Neighborhood That Was Granted A Conservation District Status
This charming cottage is located in what can only be described as fairyland. Northern Hills in Dallas, Texas is all sorts of elegant. Streets are lined with overarching trees and each house was built with its own distinct characteristic. A creek even flows across the area. It was granted a conservation status back in 2009 preserving its old charm. The neighborhood was designed to have lots of privacy and the homes are meant to be lived in for a long time.
This particular cottage was built in 1925 by a famous commercial artist who was also an architect. The 4,621 sq.ft. home is inspired by English and Norman architecture. A rustic charm was applied to the cottage through its native red fieldstone that was combined with tapestry bricks and overlapping boards. The property has a total of four bedrooms and three bathrooms. It is complete with amenities and even has its own library, sitting room, and gallery. A recent renovation was done to the property to make it more modern without losing its original charm.
The property is listed for $2.5 million.
“As one of the oldest homes in Northern Hills, this is a true landmark,” Gioa said. “With a spring-fed creek, you always hear the sound of water trickling. Oe of the most amazing things is you feel as if you are in a treehouse, wherever you are. The whole property simply glows at dusk. This home represents a scale and style of living that is both genuine and gracious.”
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