Friday Four Hundred, For the Modern Tastes: A Tribute to the Tri-Level

Published January 27, 2012 by Candy Evans

There is this young man named Rucker Hill. His mother is Nathan Grace Real Estate dynamo Peggy Hill. Now Rucker is apparently remodeling homes with Rucker Design & Build, and we are so very glad — look at this baby! This is a 1973 era home, and those years are very hot with young buyers, I hear. You get over 2000 square feet and the necessities of three bedrooms, two and a half baths, two living areas. You get a creek lot (almost 1/3rd acre) in Lake Highlands and you get style, baby. Tri level: we were discussing tri-levels just this week. Two-thirds of the homes on Long Island are tri-levels. I think we ought to have a national Tri-Level Day! The living/den here is on the second level, with walls of glass, and that coveted open kitchen-dining. Rucker has given this Brady Bunch design 21st century updates like baby-butt smooth walls, sleek gourmet kitchen, great white baths with vessels, hardwoods, walk-in pantry, & much more. I will be eagerly awaiting his next move… this angel can be found at 10726 Meadowcliff at a mere, a MERE $425,000.

— Daily Local Real Estate Dish By Dallas Real Estate Insider — Candy Evans at CandysDirt.com