Wednesday, September 10, 2008

4407 Mill Creek Road in North Dallas

You must see this impeccably updated ranch home on a 120x125 corner lot. Centrally located just north of Hockaday this home boasts 2,718sf with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and a 2 car attached garage. The 4th bedroom is split and has a private full bath. The open floor plan is accentuated by the many large windows in the front and rear of the home and the open wall between the formal living room and family room. The plantation shutters enhance the already stunning curb appeal while the 2 large trees and lush landscaping complete the picture. Looking onto the crystal blue pool in the rear of the home is the oversized master bedroom with plenty of closet space and an updated master bath with travertine floors, tumbled marble accents and a Jacuzzi tub. The crown jewel of the home is definitely the kitchen featuring granite counter tops, double ovens, butler's pantry, large breakfast area with floor to ceiling windows, built-in buffet and plenty of cabinet and storage space. And finally, you won't want to miss the pool in the backyard with a spa and waterfall for those hot summer days. Or enjoy the large covered patio on those cool, crisp Fall evenings. And of course there is plenty of grass space including a spacious side yard for play equipment, gardening, pets or any other uses you can think of. This home offers something for everyone and is in one of the most sought after and established neighborhoods South of LBJ.

4407 Mill Creek Rd. - $449,900

(Click on a picture for a larger view)

Front angle


Breakfast Area

Family Room

Formal Dining

Formal Living

Master Bedroom

Master Bathroom

Guest Room

Back Patio


More details:

Description: 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths
Square Feet: 2,718
Garage: 2 car attached
Fireplace: Gas
Foundation: Slab
Utility: Full size with space for extra freezer
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
Zip Code: 75244
Schools: DISD
Year Built: 1966

To set up a viewing please contact Jeff Duffey. Cell: 214-507-2878 or

1 comment:

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