Yes, 6863 Gaston is pretty plain from the front, but wait until you see the inside.
Do you remember when you were young and someone told you not to judge a book by its cover? Now, the saying is just a giant cliche, but sometimes you come across something that really typifies this expression. This week’s Friday Four Hundred marketed by Keller Williams City Center’s Vicki White is a perfect example.
Interestingly enough, I have driven past this Gaston Avenue home almost every day for the past 5 years and I never had a “Wow” moment. Why? Because it’s pretty plain from the outside, and it’s kind of hidden by the landscaping, which is good for a house on Gaston Avenue.
However, get a load of those interiors! This place is packed with “Wow” moments, and you can tell, as the listing says, that this house was owned by architects. There’s a ton of well-preserved mid-century charm, as well as modern touches and interesting design elements, like a cool geometric feature wall.
And at 2,500 square feet, it’s a perfect home for a family with older children. In fact, it’s in the Woodrow Wilson High School attendance area. Wilson, which has experienced a resurgence in community support lately, is housed in a historic building in Lakewood.
I could definitely see a young professional couple making this home their own, too. Heck, I could see someone like me making this home their own. But alas, I have a mortgage!
And get a load of this: It’s only $475,000! Less than a half-mil! In Lakewood!
— Daily Local Real Estate Dish By Dallas Real Estate Insider — Candy Evans at CandysDirt.com