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Step back in time and enjoy this beautifully restored 1920 estate just minutes to Baylor Medical Center, downtown Dallas and airports. This sprawling three-story historic Greek Revival was restored by its current owners to its original glory with every detail taken into consideration. Located in the Peak’s Suburban Historic District, the home features the original Corinthian columns and a magnificent front porch, plenty big for entertaining and/or relaxing. Upon entry, you are greeted by the leaded glass doorway surround, an elegant foyer with grand staircase and beautiful formals. The original pocket doors can close off the charming sitting area with fireplace and attached renovated half bath. The light and bright living area has the original hand-painted fireplace and flooring with an intricate five-wood border inlay. The spacious dining area with stunning decorative ceiling, includes the original oak paneling and curved glass windows, perfect for entertaining large groups or festive parties. The fabulous modern chef’s kitchen with butler’s pantry was an addition and has all the modern amenities including Carrara marble counters, built-in refrigerator, wine refrigerator, gas cooktop & dual dishwashers. The spacious family room with vaulted ceilings and a wall of windows, overlooks the backyard with lush landscaping. One bedroom, located on the first floor, has a fully renovated bath and adorable side wooded deck. The home’s second floor has three wonderful bedrooms all with ensuite baths. The master has a roomy sitting area and enormous renovated bath with full walk-in shower and jacuzzi tub. The former sleeping porch room serves as an additional bedroom but could be a wonderful office/exercise room. There is also a balcony off one bedroom. The third floor is converted attic space and works as an enormous additional family/game room. The original carriage house is now two fully furnished suites with kitchens and full baths. They could be wonderful guest rooms or income producing rentals. The gas, sewer and electrical was all updated. Central heat/ air and laundry were also added to the home. 4125 Junius was originally built for a prominent Baylor surgeon Dr. Garfield Hackler. The building permit was granted in July 1905. The home was also a girl’s boarding house for many years. With its elegant interiors and rich history, combined with the modern amenities, this impressive property offers the ultimate in luxury living.
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