The charming ranch-style home at 3719 South Hills Avenue is a Forth Worth find, with tremendous curb-appeal and many updates. Built in 1948 in the Westcliff area, just blocks from TCU sports fields, the home boasts nearly 2,700 square feet and includes four bedrooms, three full baths and a two-car attached garage. Its many perks include a wall-of-windows overlooking the spacious back yard, an open kitchen with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances and a master retreat complete with a private bath with dual sinks, frameless shower and soaking tub.
The outdoor living includes a pergola and a large stamped-concrete patio. With its newer windows, renovated baths, refinished hardwoods and fresh paint inside and out, the home is ready for its next chapters.
3719 South Hills Avenue, in the Fort Worth Independent School District, is represented by Carley Moore and priced $575,000.
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