8914 Forest Hills Blvd – New Listing!
“Little Forest Hills is ‘large enough to meet your needs and small enough to meet your neighbors.’”
I have a very unique, funky cottage for sale in our wonderful Little Forest Hills neighborhood! Close to White Rock Lake, the Casa Linda Shopping Center, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical gardens, this makes for a lovely location to buy a home.
This home has beautiful oak floors and a vintage faux fireplace with a carved mantle and tile hearth.
The kitchen has been totally remodeled with cabinetry replaced, granite counters, glass tile backsplash, stainless steel fridge, and a refurbished antique O’Keefe and Merritt gas range. The bath has been updated with newer ceramic tile and fixtures. This home has thermal pane windows and ceiling fans for energy efficiency.
The second bedroom has built-in desks perfect for a home office or you can take them out and use it as a bedroom.
The master bedroom has a cool funky Tiki décor mural that was hand painted by a local artist.
Outside there is a private wood deck for relaxation and a very large yard. The home has an oversized one car garage and a storage building for you convenience. The roof was installed in 2012. The washer and dryer are also included.
You will love living in friendly and funky Little Forest Hills where your friends are your neighbors and your neighbors are your friends.
If you aren’t convinced that Little Forest Hills is right for you, just read what someone had to say about living here:
“Little Forest Hills can be found at the intersection of Normal and Mayberry right here in modern Dallas. It’s a pleasant throwback. Neighbors pass one another in the streets and actually pause to talk. Plus we enjoy all the pleasures of living next to a world-renowned botanical garden and bucolic lake.
We live here because of the quaint little cottages bursting with artistic flair and individuality rarely found in most of Big D. While the houses are small, the neighborhood lives large.
The funky freedom of no homeowners association restrictions allows — and actually encourages — people to “do their own thing.” Art shows and garden tours wind through our streets and seasons. This is a place where you can build a wooden boat in your backyard. Even hammering and sawing into all hours of the night won’t prompt your neighbors to call 911 or code enforcement.
You can view the listing here… Or simply call Mike to see this home.