You say Springdale Hills; we say Pecan Springs-Springdale. No matter: It’s a fairly compact area just east of Mueller and adjacent to Windsor Park and University Hills but west of Highway 183-Ed Bluestein Boulevard. And it’s the place of the moment for house hunters looking for relatively affordable fixer-uppers, remodels, starter houses, and other homes that scream (or at least state with confidence) “potential.”
This little number in the neighborhood falls into the remodeled category. It’s a 1964 build, measuring 1,200 square feet, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
At some point, it came to have an open-concept floor plan (or maybe it was born that way) and now features large, open areas with laminate flooring and recessed lighting to supplement that supplied by a decent number of windows and a glass door front door. and The home has a large, fenced backyard with a patio and storage shed.
The opens on to the living and dining areas and connects to the backyard.
Bathrooms have been updated with hard tile on floors and in showers.
The open kitchen has a separate laundry room and pantry.
The front patio connects to the back via a large walkway with a jauntily angled roof.
• 5504 Northdale Drive [Central Metro Realty]