Natalie Winchester and the Southlake office of Ebby Halliday Realtors are tickled to showcase 2530 Goldenrod Avenue in Fort Worth’s Historic Oakhurst neighborhood, only 2.8 miles from downtown.
The shrewd palette of marble-granite-porcelain and sleek cabinets that mimic meticulously-maintained originals make this home a vintage beauty. The solid wood flooring, thick wainscoting, sturdy cedar fence, steel garage door and overhauled plumbing-gas-electrical make it a beast. There’s zoned recessed lighting on dimmers, modern outlets wired to individual breakers and the appliances have never been used.
This property’s efficient as well, with updated insulation-HVAC-windows-fixtures-ceiling fans and landscape. And it’s smart, having improvements permitted and designed, with 1,593 square feet main living plus 350 square feet studio living, both wildly adaptable spaces. For instance, the expansive dining area in the main home is equally usable as a second living open to the kitchen. And perhaps the breakfast nook’s more suitable as a cozy study, library or sunroom?
Home office residents-parents-in laws-grown children-extended friends and family or even paying tenants are potential guests in the studio. Complete with a closet-kitchenette-full bath-WD hookup-AC and heat, dwellers suffer zero sacrifice to privacy, quality or functionality.
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There’s more – the home is located in close proximity to Oakhurst city park and has a big yard with big trees. Oakhurst is a proud multiple-time winner of Fort Worth’s Neighborhood of the Year. Even the developer promoted it as “country life for the city man” back in 1924, which coincidentally mirrors how neighbors still feel about living in the neighborhood today.