Built in 1952, this midcentury modern home near Strait Lane sits on a 0.76-acre lot on a cul-de-sac street. The four-bedroom Dallas home boasts the charming details of a modernist design with clean lines, large windows, and a layout that offers privacy between the living spaces (instead of an all-open concept design).
Listing agent Erica Kuppin said the home checks all the boxes of a classic midcentury design.
“It’s a beautiful example of modernist architecture,” she said.
Lovers of midcentury modern design will appreciate the curbside appeal of the sleek lines and modernist details. The formal dining room sits just past the entryway and has views of the front yard through a wall of statement windows, arranged in rows of small squares.
A formal living room has tall, slanted ceilings and wall-to-wall views of the back patio and yard. Nearby, a full wet bar serves the area. The home’s kitchen has a center island, and the breakfast area has plenty of natural light streaming through a set of French doors. The family room, or den, has a fireplace at the center, and a built-in cabinet designated for the television has a distinctly retro feel.
The primary suite has its own sitting area, built-in bookcases, plenty of natural light, a walk-in closet and a spa-like bathroom. The 5,592-square-foot, one-level home has three additional bedrooms and bathrooms and one half-bath.
For those still working at home, the property at 4626 N. Lindhurst Ave. has two designated work or study areas. There is also a large laundry room with a space to wash pets, along with a center island and an abundance of cabinets for storage.
Outside, the home has an expansive patio, a pool and a small cabana or pool house with a full bathroom that could be updated as a guest suite.
The home is on the market for $2,435,000 and, as of Thursday, is under contract. Photos of this listing were taken by Full Package Media.