Built in 1922 by architect T.J. Galbraith.The well laid out center hall design & the attention to detail & craftsmanship of the home make it stand out among many of the handmade craftsman homes in the neighborhood.W-3full bedroom,1bath,9ft ceilings,hrdwds & w-the most tasteful & thoughtful updates.W-33 light filling incredible windows, Rouguewood tile fireplace,original built-in breakfast banquet,china cabinet & updated functional kitchen.
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Listing Agent: David Bush, Listing Office: David Bush Realtors, MLS Data Source: NTREIS
Last Updated: Jun 6th, 2018. Source: NTREIS
Dallas is the epicenter of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and one of the business and cultural hubs in all the United States. In just the past 20 years, Dallas has been the scene of explosive growth in upper-scale lofts, apartments and condominiums, catering to upwardly mobile young professionals who crave access to art, culture, great food and entertainment. Dallas is home to some of the best public schools in the nation as well as to the NBA's Dallas Mavericks and the NHL's Dallas Stars.
David Bush opened DAVID BUSH REALTORS® in 2008, after 28 years of experience as a top-producing REALTOR® specializing in Lakewood/East Dallas. David attributes his success to personal service, devotion to the business, attention to detail, and an extensive knowledge of the area. He has made these characteristics the foundation of his company. This foundation earned David a dominant reputation among Realtors in the Lakewood/East Dallas area. David consistently earned top listing and top producer designations throughout his career with past brokers. In fact, David closed more than $170 million in sales after expanding his team in 2005. David is very involved in the community. He gives his time and financial support to local charities and organizations including the Lakewood Home Tour and the Boy Scouts of America, and he participates in many other events benefiting Lakewood Elementary, J.L. Long Middle School, and Woodrow Wilson High School, St. John’s Episcopal School, Bishop Lynch High School, and the Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts.