Glenbrook Court Residence / Richard Craycroft

This 1965 home in Garland, Texas oozes serious Mad Men vibes. The property, designed by industrial architect Richard Craycroft of Craycroft-Lacy & Associates, is one of only two single family dwellings he designed. Recently updated, the three-bedroom-three-bath measures 390 square metre and offers period living enhanced with contemporary updates.

The spacious split-level floor plan includes a front parlour space and a warm, wood-panelled step-down great room. Here, beamed ceilings, an impressive fireplace, and a wall of windows create a cosy space, replete with period carpeting that doesn’t feel stuffy and instead ups the mod vibe.

Located at 3621 Glenbrook Court, the property includes a private guest suite and is offered at $425,000 — via Curbed

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