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Midcentury home with Bauhaus-inspired fireplace asks $385K

It’s located in Dallas, Texas

Midcentury home with wood and brick exteriors and several roof lines sits on a site surrounded by trees.
A long wall conceals the garage from the rest of the home.
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Location: Dallas, Texas

Price: $385,000

This cool midcentury pad in Dallas was built in 1968 by architect Jim Hutcherson for himself. Carefully updated for contemporary living while preserving period details, the four-bedroom features an exterior of wood and brick and a striking wall that conceals the driveway and garage from the main house.

One enters the 2,532-square-foot home through a deep red door, a color that appears as accents throughout, most notably in the eat-in kitchen, and is immediately greeted by a bright and open interior and a floating staircase that separates the living room from the dining area.

A striking Bauhaus-inspired fireplace anchors the living room and even features clever hidden doors that conceal storage. Here, floor-to-ceiling windows open onto a deck . Upstairs are four spacious bedrooms, including an ensuite master bedroom complete with fireplace and sitting area. A corner of windows overlook the tree-studded site.

Located on a cul-de-sac at 8204 Coolgreene Drive, the property is offered at $385,000.

Courtesy: Virginia Cook (h/t Estately)