Want to live in the English countryside? This Dallas home feels like a charming estate

Written by MLHA Team

April 26, 2021

Calling all Anglophiles who aren’t quite ready to move across the pond. This home on Belclaire Avenue in Highland Park is fit for the English countryside. Set above street level on a corner lot, the 4,899-square-foot home has detailed design throughout. Listing agent Andy Steingasser of Dave Perry-Miller said the home feels like an English estate in the heart of Dallas.

“It’s a warm, gracious home with a lot of charm,” Steingasser said, noting that the home would suit a buyer who appreciates the stylized design elements.

The stone exterior of the home is complemented by bright green ivy that surrounds the front entryway and a bay window. Second-level windows feature Juliette-style balconies that add to the old-world feel.

Built in 2001, the home has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and one half-bathroom. All of the bedrooms are on the second floor, and the primary suite features a large walk-in closet and a seating area with a fireplace. The remaining three bedrooms have en suite bathrooms and walk-in closets. There’s also an additional upstairs living space.

Downstairs, the main living areas of the home feature details like wood beams across the ceilings and crown moulding. The den (or family room) is open to the kitchen and breakfast room, providing easy access between the spaces for entertaining. The formal living room and formal dining room sit nearer to the front of the home. There is also an additional space that could be used as an office or music room, Steingasser said.

Outside, the home was recently updated with a new covered patio for outdoor entertaining. The home has a pool, which is surrounded by stone, and the backyard is surrounded by trees and greenery. The two-car attached garage is air conditioned.

The home at 4500 Belclaire Ave. is on the market for $2,950,000.

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