This sweet and nicely priced home is located in Springdale Hills—a compact neighborhood tucked north of the MLK-183 and south of Pecan Springs-Springdale. That very specific area may (or may not) have a name and boundaries invented by the local realty industry, but in general, it’s a good place to find midcentury modern and earlier postwar homes on generous lots.
This one, built in 1964, it has been thoroughly remodeled in the midcentury spirit and features a including its peaked roof with clerestory windows, its picture windows below, and a stacked-stone facade in front. It looks like an original garage or carport might have been enclosed to create the front section with aforementioned peaked roof, but if so, it has been incorporated well.
The one-story home has the expected open-concept living/dining/kitchen floor plan and features vaulted ceilings, laminate flooring, and recessed lighting throughout. Measuring 1,244 square feet, it has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
A walk-in pantry is located just off the open-plan kitchen/dining area.
The home has two full, updated bathrooms.
The home is on a .21-acre lot and has a large, fenced backyard with some sort of conceptual gazebo.
• 4812 Eastdale Drive [Central Metro Realty]