6358 Vanderbilt Avenue, Dallas, Texas

Rear Face of Architect-Designed Home at 6358 Vanderbilt
Lakewood Heights Modern Home

Architect Bentley Tibbs Designed Modern Home

Lakewood Heights Modern Home Perfect for Family or Empty Nester – Sold by Douglas Newby

Architect Bentley Tibbs designed this home on a large lot in the Lakewood Heights neighborhood of Old East Dallas to reflect the style and evolution of the neighborhood and a home that provides enjoyment for a family.

The architectural design of this family home draws from the 1920s Lakewood Heights neighborhood while presenting a modern interpretation of a family home. The kitchen opens to a dining and living area and covered terrace, all with views of the deep lawn and swimming pool. Glass windows and doors wrap around the home accentuating the sunlight and views.

Modern Home Courtyard

Covered Terraces and Courtyards

The covered terrace opening from the living room, kitchen, and dining room extends the living area of the home, whether you are cooking outside or just enjoying the breezes sweeping in from the southeast. The living area also opens to an interior courtyard and covered terrace that is visually appealing and further extends the home for entertaining.

Architect-Designed Master Bathroom

Excellent Construction and Stylish Finishes

The advantages of purchasing a home designed by an accomplished architect are many. In addition to an elevated design, you can count on better construction and a more refined selection of finishes and materials which you will see in this Lakewood Heights home.

Modern Home Courtyard

Sunlight and Glass

This modern home is designed so that from many rooms you will see sunlight coming from multiple directions and the ability to look into the private gardens and lawns.

Lakewood Heights Modern Home Sightlines

Vanderbilt is Considered the Finest Street in Lakewood Heights

Lakewood Heights is a favorite neighborhood in Old East Dallas because of its proximity to Lakewood Shopping Center, SMU, downtown Dallas, White Rock Lake, and Tietze Park. Lakewood Heights also has larger lots than many of the Old East Dallas neighborhoods, which has allowed families to build larger new homes and still have yards and pools and places to play. Vanderbilt Avenue conveys the desirability of Lakewood Heights. This home at 6358 Vanderbilt provides the elements of what makes people happy living in a home.