It’s safe to say most people grew up with a front porch. Traditionally, they’re associated with a simpler time — when neighbors brought over baked goods, waved to each other from across the way or just hung out and conversed while the sun went down. Regardless, there’s always some emotion brewing when it comes to that classic front space.
The front porch also provides a great opportunity to improve your curb appeal. Because, whether you’re selling or not, it’s always a good idea to make sure your home is giving off the best impression.
Below are a few front porches that have us wishing for a breezy morning (or evening), a hot cup of coffee and a fresh newspaper.
3441 University Boulevard | Dallas — University Park | $1,450,000
11481 County Road 132 | Celina | $1,150,000
1113 N Canterbury Court | Dallas — Kessler Park (North Oak Cliff) | $799,000
505 W Hunt Street | McKinney | $569,900
5610 Richard Avenue | Dallas — Vickery Place Conservation District | $419,500
1220 E Seeton Road | Grand Prairie | $350,000
11 Admiral Way | Pottsboro — Harbor Village | $315,000
917 King George Lane | Savannah — Continental Congress Village | $215,000