Amazing Home in the exclusive Hackberry Creek community. This beautifully landscaped, all brick home, has a stunning entry with an executive office to your right, and formal living and dinning rooms to your left, all dressed with crown molding and hardwood floors. The grand winding staircase leads you in to an open family room and kitchen combination, complete with built in shelving, granite, new SS appliances, and read more
plenty of cabinetry. The large pool sized backyard is great for entertaining or just relaxing with well manicured lawn and pergola. Upstairs the 4th bedroom is large and could be utilized as a game room. North Facing Home.
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Beds & Baths
Square Feet: 3,447
Type & Style
Property Type: Residential
Community and Neighborhood Details
School District: Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD
Elementary School: Lascolinas
Middle School: Bush
Subdivision: Hackberry Creek Village Ph 03
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Last Updated: Jul 26th, 2017. Source: NTREIS
Irving and Las Colinas, Texas, are communities in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex sought out by home buyers for their business climates and proximity to DFW Airport. Technically a suburb of Irving, Las Colinas was one of the first master-planned communities in the United States, and it's home to three premier country clubs. The area boasts a wealth or art, culture, and sports opportunities and beautiful, private residential communities in Irving. Irving is also home to the PGA's annual Byron Nelson Golf Classic.
Micah completed his undergraduate degree in Aerospace Studies at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona, Florida. Following graduation, he attended the United States Army Flight Training Program where he received his commission as a second lieutenant. Most of his eight years of service were spent with the 101st Airborne Division in Fort Campbell, Kentucky. He left the military in 2008 after multiple overseas combat tours.
Immediately following the service, Micah went to work for Kinder Morgan; the largest pipeline and terminal operator in the country. In four years he progressed from the Terminal Manager at the Port of Beaumont, to the Regional Training Manager of the Gulf Region, and finally as a Business Development Analyst for the Terminals Division.
While growing his professional career, Mr. Young completed his Masters in Business Administration at Texas A&M University. Then a family move in mid-2012 brought the Young’s to the DFW area and to a new career with Ceda Realty.
As a long time real estate investor, combined with his local knowledge from growing up in the DFW metroplex, Mr. Young turned a real estate hobby into a career.