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Adorable 1933 Texas Tudor renovated to the nines asks $589K

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It’s located in Waxahachie

Exterior shot of Tudor style home with blue facade, portico entrance with arch, and two arched windows.
The arches repeat as a motif throughout the charming home.
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Location: Waxahachie, Texas

Price: $589,000

This terrific Texas Tudor was built in 1933 and has since been fully restored and jazzed up, even making it into a couple of local shelter mags and house tours.

Located in Waxahachie, which is just beyond the southern suburbs of Dallas, the home measures a generous 3,791 square feet and packs in plenty of charm, beginning with the adorable, periwinkle facade, arched portico, and red front door.

Once inside, a great room with fireplace sets the stage for the rest of the abode, which boasts a study with French doors and formal dining room with arched doorway—a motif that repeats throughout—and tall windows right off this space. A cozy breakfast nook with built-in benches and cabinetry leads into an expansive chef’s kitchen with marble counters, huge butcher block island, and two farmhouse sinks.

There are four bedrooms and four baths, two of which are massive and have been gorgeously refurbished with blue and white tiling in one, and with marble in the other, both with clawfoot tubs and dual sinks. A bonus room with wet bar is found in the attic and can be used as a family room or guest space.

Located at 707 Sycamore Street, it’s offered at $589,000. Take a look.

Via: Estately