Thursday Three Hundred: Why Buy New When You Can Have a Gorgeous Contemporary Inside The Loop?

Published August 31, 2012 by Joanna England

Val Fenwick, the Virginia Cook agent marketing 10421 Shadow Bend Drive, says this contemporary home in Crest Meadow Estates is “better than new.” To tell you the truth, I often take the little narrative that accompanies most listings with a grain of salt. However, with this home, I couldn’t agree with Val more!

Everything inside and out of 10421 Shadow Bend has been gutted and updated, from the hardwood floors to the lighting, plumbing and electrical, so you can get that new home feel without building from the ground-up in the suburbs. The price is pretty competitive, too, at $365,000 — just reduced by $15,000 in the past week.

The dramatic floor-to-ceiling Travertine fireplace sets the mood for the rest of the home, and it doesn’t disappoint, and the dining room, which flows seamlessly into the kitchen, features a built-in sideboard perfect for stowing away and showing off your finest china and barware.

I doubt the kitchen has had any use at all, from the looks of it. The sleek cabinets and well-thought-out island is begging for a cook with culinary aspirations, though!

The master suite is huge, and like most of the house, it’s flooded with natural light. The master bathroom, which is on the ground floor, has one of the coolest upgrades in the entire house — a heated floor!

While there’s no pool, there’s certainly room to add a small one, and then this home in North Dallas will be 100 percent perfect and practically brand new!

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