The trend in newer Fort Worth developments is the attempt to recreate the Golden Age of neighborhoods and home construction from the 1920s and 30s. Riverhills, Walsh, and Parks of Aledo are recent developments that desire the look-and-feel of neighborhoods that were built when many classic communities were created throughout the United States.
Back then there were no production builders. There were no homes with turrets, discombobulated roof lines, and especially no stone-and-brick-and stucco combinations that are unfortunately seen throughout the Metroplex in many newer developments.
Classic Design — Not Confusing
Homes of the 1920s and 30s were classically inspired and designed. Construction was meticulous and done by craftsmen. Styles were not trendy they were works of art.
3832 Bishops Flower in Riverhills is exactly the type of home that would’ve been built back then … and it’s the kind of home that is populating this newer development in Fort Worth.
Designed and constructed by V Fine Homes of Fort Worth, 3832 Bishops Flower is a classical Colonial style home built in 2013.
The exterior is based on a style that could be over 100 years old. At a quick glance you will notice a simple roof line and how the proportions of the dormers and fixtures are seamless.
If you like the exterior of this 4,200-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-and-one-half bathroom home, you’ll love the interior.
Complete with a chef’s kitchen which accesses a butler’s pantry and flows into the family room, the home features authentic hardwood floors, designer fixtures, panel molding, coffered ceilings and many meticulous details that Rob Sell of V Fine Homes in known for around Cowtown.
Perfect Guest Suite
This home also includes an additional bedroom and bathroom over the detached garage. This area would be perfect for in-law suite, au pair quarters, older children or guest suite.
So if you’re looking for classic design, quality construction located in a centralized area of Fort Worth, 3832 Bishops Flower is exactly what you’re looking for.
Riverhills is part of the Edward Ranch development of homes, shops, restaurants and sources of entertainment in the heart of Fort Worth that follows the Trinity River.
3832 Bishops Flower is listed by Joseph Berkes of Williams Trew Real Estate for $1.299 million.
Well, that’s all from Tarrant County Tuesday this week, Dirty Readers. Remember, if you have questions, comments or ideas for future stories — please send me an email or call 817-980-6636.
Seth Fowler is a Real Estate Sales Professional for Williams Trew Real Estate in Fort Worth. Statements and opinions are his own. Seth has been involved with the home sales and real estate business throughout D/FW since 2004. He and his family have lived in the Fort Worth area for over 15 years. He also loves bow ties! If you have questions or would like to view any of the homes in this blog, please reach out to him at 817.980.6636.