Looking for a place with personality that can easily showcase a diverse collection? You should consider 3705 Haynie in University Park. This four-bedroom, four full and one half-bath home is full of windows and skylights, making the entire home a more than inspiring vessel for your antiques and art.
It’s listed by Ebby Halliday Realtor Ashley McRae-Ross for $1.295 million, a fitting price considering this home’s ample size at 3,943 square feet. A soft contemporary built in 1979 and updated for today’s modern family, you’ll love the details and personal touches that make this home a wonderful and imaginative substitute for your bland, everyday McMansion.
This is a wonderful home for a family, considering how close it is to University Park’s Goar Park and of course, Highland Park ISD schools. This home feeds into Armstrong Elementary, a fabulous campus with a wonderful parent group in the Armstrong Bradfield Preschool Association.
If you’re security oriented, you’ll love this house’s proximity to the University Park Fire Department and University Park Police station. Of course, it’s adjacent to the town hall, which does draw a bit of a crowd during city council meetings, so you can expect some congestion every other week, but not enough to detract from this amazing property.
I am absolutely over the moon with this home’s kitchen, which is open to the breakfast area and family room, has tons of storage, upgraded stainless steel appliances, and the most beautiful shade of green lacquer on the cabinets. You’ll adore the unique fireplace that is open on three sides, which will definitely heat this area come another icepocalypse or similarly tragic storm that knocks out power regardless of zip code.
Now, you’ll probably consider the master bath a bit polarizing, and it could use a few updates. I do like the peninsula-style double vanity, but I would like it even more if there were mirrors separating the two sides instead of making me put my glasses on to see my reflection across the room. Still, it has steam and plenty of room to avoid anyone who happens to cross your path in the morning (just ask my husband how important that is!). Still, the closets are huge and there’s tons of stone. Good assets for any bathroom.
But what really makes me swoon is the gobs and gobs of windows, which, along with the soaring ceilings, gives this home a feeling of lightness and airiness that you swear this home just might float away. Buy it before it floats away with someone else!