Amazingly intact, oversized formals set the enchanting tone. Both the living room and the dining room are anchored by stately brick fireplaces framed with handsome built-in bookcases and mirrored shelving. Original, never painted, tall wainscoting and trim clad the walls. Box beams, highlighted with original light fixtures, adorn the ceiling. In addition, a spacious downstairs parlor is located off the formal dining.
Wide French doors, warm hardwood floors, original hardware and bands of divided paned windows are the order of the day! Closet space is generous, a rarity in older homes.
The large kitchen opens to a cheerful breakfast room. A wall of windows provides a pretty view of the fenced back yard. One bedroom is downstairs across from a beautiful vintage bath. Two upstairs bedrooms, with tons of natural light and zoned air, afford beautiful treetop views.
Note: Several articles, found in the Dallas Morning News archives dating back to the early 1930’s, highlight several social events in the lives of the Selby family of 243 N Waverly. These are available in a binder on the dining room table for agents and prospective buyers to enjoy.