Comprised of more than 800 homes, Junius Heights is the largest historic district in all of Dallas, TX. The subdivision's columns are local landmarks. It's been named a "Best Place for Families" in 2010 by This Old House. Most Junius Heights homes are Craftsman and Prairie-style bungalows, with a few other styles spread out among them. I get to enjoy the historic beauty of this neighborhood everyday. My office is located pretty much next door.
According to the North Texas Real Estate Information Systems (NTREIS), the Junius Heights neighborhood of Dallas has six currently active listings. They range from a 568 square foot, 1 bed/1 bath property listed at $48,900 (on the market for just three days now) to a 3 bed/2 bath 2420 square foot home that has been on the market for 4 1/2 months listed at $349,000. The average Junius Heights home for sale, however, is listed at $255,281 and has been on the market for just over two months.
In the last three months, five properties have sold in the historic Junius Heights neighborhood. The average property was a 3 bed/2 bath 2504 square foot property that was on the market for 120 days before it went under contract. The final sale price was just 2% less than the initial listing price. There are currently no sales pending.
If you are a fan of Craftsman-style bungalows and love history, Junius Heights is the perfect neighborhood for you! When you're ready to start looking, please contact me. There's something about early 20th century craftsmanship that just isn't duplicated in construction today.