This early Kessler Tudor is thought to have been featured in a 1930s Architectural Digest and is a fantastic example of early 1900s design and craftsmanship like other grand Dallas estates. As you enter the home's wide, rounded door, you are greeted with one of three painted murals (by the late owner's husband, who was known for his paintings of western and Native American subjects) and an original Batchelder Tile fireplace with flanking bookcases. The murals are a forest scene, a nautical theme, and an aspen winter scene. The home's construction is unique, with the exterior premier walls being solid brick and plaster walls, along with the built-ins and moldings. A grand side porch is ready to be opened up, and the spacious five bedrooms and finished attic space will allow the next owner enough room to bring their vision to life'”a rare opportunity to restore a true Kessler classic.