The added living space, curb appeal, and charm of a front porch are just a few of the reasons why this feature has become a staple of the American home. Odds are pretty good that you either grew up with one, watched families gather on them in TV shows, or just like the way they look architecturally.
Even if a front porch isn’t at the top of your must-have list, it’s always a welcome amenity. Not sure you agree? The pictures below will convince you otherwise.
^2860 FM 2495, Athens
^5610 Richard Ave., Dallas
^500 W. Ennis Ave., Ennis
^9445 Thornberry Lane, Dallas
^6414 Deloache Ave., Dallas
^9003 Diceman Drive, Dallas
^822 Valencia St., Dallas
^9903 Coppedge Lane, Dallas
^6051 Del Norte Lane, Dallas^917 King George Lane, Savannah
A short drive around town will tell you that spring has sprung in the front yards of DFW. Tulips are in bloom, hedges are trimmed, and homeowners are getting down and dirty to spruce up their curb appeal. Everyone must have read last week that curb appeal is one of the best investments you can make.
Curb appeal comes in many forms, but at its core it’s all about making your home feel welcoming and fresh. Whether that comes in the form of landscaping, porch furniture, or a general exterior cleaning is up to you!
Take a look at the ways homes on the market right now are taking advantage of spring to look their best. They might just inspire you to join the movement.
^7349 Fieldgate Drive, Dallas
^2616 Polo Lane, Plano
^7301 Trianon Court, Colleyville
^700 Seeport Drive, Allen
^5529 Saint Andrews Court, Plano
^5614 Boca Raton Drive, Dallas
^2860 FM 2495, Athens^6122 Norway Road, Dallas