5905 Ellsworth Avenue Dallas Texas 75206 is offered August 26, 2016 at a price of $449,000. Updated Austin Stone home near lower Greenville on corner lot. Live in ready with numerous updates, renovated baths, kitchen & more. Recent interior-exterior paint, flagstone patio, sprinklers, ethernet, HVAC, insulation, roof, water heater, LED. Large master bedroom, one car attached garage, upstairs guest suite or office or 2nd living area. 1 block from Stonewall Jackson Elem. Easy access to SMU, North Park Mall, White Rock Lake, Central Expy. Public Driving Directions: From 75, East on Mockingbird, South on Delmar. Park on Delmar to avoid road construction currently in process. Private Remarks: Buyer must independently verify all information. All offers to include lender Pre-approval letter or proof of funds. Email offers in PDF to email@example.com with address in subject & agent contact info and any deadlines in email.
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