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Hutsell mansion for sale in Dallas’ Lakewood has beautiful bathrooms

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A famous, beautifully restored home in Dallas’ Lakewood neighborhood is back on the market.

located in 6969 Lakewood Blvd.It’s a classic Spanish eclectic design by architect Clifford Hassell that was recently sold in 2021 and is currently available for $1,649,000.

Built in 1938, this 2,204-square-foot three-bedroom, three-bathroom home sits on an oversized corner lot of 33 acres (0.33 acres). Walk-in closet.

As the listing notes, a multi-colored clay tile roof, colorful tile detailing, stained glass, brightly colored trim, a Spanish courtyard with broken tile floors, a covered patio, and an outdoor fireplace and other Hutsell trademarks.

Fans of vintage bathrooms are sure to fall in love with the Art Deco bathroom in three vibrant colors: royal blue, salmon, and green.

The home is full of stunning details, including stained-glass windows and a fireplace designed by Ernest Batchelder, leader of the American Arts and Crafts movement.

There are two large living areas on the first floor, one overlooking the characteristic Hutsell courtyard and the second with a Batchelder fireplace. The only room that has been modernized is the kitchen, which retains its original footprint.

All three upstairs bedrooms are large and have meticulously restored windows, sconces and curtain rods.

The primary suite has two closets and access to the upstairs balcony.

Candy’s Dirt is Talk When the house first hit the market in 2019, it was noted that it was almost identical to the house built for Hutsell himself 7035 Lakewood Blvd. Based on their research, they speculated that it was built for pharmacist Glenn Runyon and his wife, citing numerous newspaper articles about teas, parties, and weddings at home. did.

They nodded at the impeccable treatment they received from their then-owners.

“It looks like only four families owned this house. Realtors always say that if a house doesn’t change owners often, it shows how much it serves the owner.” Let’s not forget, the current owner has spent the last eight years renovating and restoring Lakewood. Hassell to absolute perfection.”

The couple who performed the restoration sold the house to its current buyer, The Living Trust, who apparently purchased and sold it simply for investment purposes. Please give them a round of applause for it doesn’t look like it’s been touched except for removing the front fence.

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