Looking for a historic home with just the right amount of modern updates? This 1930s home in Lakewood could fit the bill. The home at 6908 Lakeshore Drive in Dallas has classic design elements like arched doorways, crown molding and paneling on the walls. It also has modern amenities like an eat-in kitchen and large bedrooms.
Listing agent Lauren Moore of Compass said the home is in “the heart of Lakewood.”
“The homeowner who did the renovation made sure to really keep so much of the integrity of the original design and character,” Moore said.
The home is 4,006 square feet with four bedrooms, three bathrooms and one half-bathroom. It sits on 0.26 acres and has guest quarters over the garage. The home was updated between 2015 and 2016, Moore said.
The home has a formal dining room, a spacious living room with a fireplace and an updated kitchen. In the kitchen, a built-in banquette provides seating around a breakfast table. The kitchen has a crisp, white design with stainless steel appliances, two sinks and a center island that offers extra space for food preparation.
All four bedrooms are on the second level of the home. Moore said the primary suite is spacious for a home built in this era. The bathroom has dual vanities and a separate bathtub and shower. One additional bedroom has an en suite bathroom, and the remaining two bedrooms share a bathroom.
The home also has a basement where there’s space for a media room or second living room, plus an additional space that is used as a craft room.
Outside, there’s plenty of patio space for entertaining. A full guest suite sits over the garage and has a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and walk-in closet.
The home is on the market for $2,095,000. Photos of the listing were taken by Full Package Media.