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Real Estate Report: What $350,000 Buys You in Dallas

Gaston718 Dumas Street $350,000
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2,478 square feet
Munger Place

Located at Munger and Gaston in the charming historic neighborhood Munger Place, this 1921 home has been remodeled and expanded to suit modern buyers’ needs. For instance, you’ll find 10-foot ceilings on the first floor, hardwood floors throughout the house, a gourmet kitchen with double ovens, and updated granite counter tops and back splash. Upstairs is a new master bedroom and bathroom with sitting area. Even with the updates, the house still keeps the original architectural appeal. Grant Hudson for Coldwell Banker Residential. 214-828-4300.

Richardson7828 La Cosa Drive $357,900
4 bedrooms, 2.1 bathrooms, 2,408 square feet
Spring Creek

Located north of 635 at Arapaho and Coit, you can get a bit more square footage for your dollar and the Richardson ISD. Updates to this home include: windows, HVAC and all new ductwork, and insulation. Cosmetic upgrades boast lighting, hardware, stainless appliances, and granite counter tops. A new deck was recently constructed in the back. The master includes a hot tub, walk-in closet, and large shower. Charlotte Tittle for Collin County Realty. 214-803-0610.

OakLawn3905 Wycliff Avenue $360,000
2 bedrooms, 2.1 bathrooms, 2,041 square feet
Parklawn Addition

If you’re desiring an Uptown/Turtle Creek address, but you don’t want to live in a high-rise or apartment, an Oak Lawn townhome could be an alternate choice. In addition to the two bedrooms in the two-story property, there is also a spacious study that can be used as a third bedroom or sitting area. The kitchen boasts a good amount of storage, a wine fridge, and walk-in pantry. There’s also a private outdoor large enough for a few lounge pieces. Kristine Graves for Allie Beth Allman & Associates. 214-793-1935.