This 2010 David Weekley home in SW Dallas County was so well-loved by its current owners that it seems like a brand new home. It also happens to be located along one of my favorite drives in Dallas County, along Spur 408, just north of I-20.
Here’s a look at the neighborhood, which is just down the street from Dallas Baptist University and The Potter’s House. The neighborhood has a nice variety of housing options, such as the gorgeous home in the video above. But you’ll also find brownstone-style homes and homes with a smaller square footage.
The roundabouts and walking-trail-lined avenue that lead to the neighborhood gently ease you into your day and sweetly welcome you back home. Clay Academy is within walking distance of the featured home in this delightful neighborhood, which is carefully peppered with many planned green spaces. I particularly enjoyed seeing the use of native, drought-resistant plants.
A part of Duncanville ISD, this neighborhood may look like it’s out in the country, but it’s about 15 miles from downtown Dallas, about 17 miles from Cedar Hill State Park, and about 15 miles from one of my favorite places, Six Flags Over Texas.
What a find!