Curzon Avenue Cottage Steeped in Nostalgic Charm

Curzon Avenue

In spite of its lordly, posh name, 6401 Curzon Avenue is the opposite of stuffy. Welcoming in a nostalgic sort of way, the 1951 build recalls the idealized sit-com houses of the era. One can imagine Ward Cleaver clipping the tidy hedges under the front windows. Located in a quiet little corner of North Ridglea, the house is only a short walk from the neighborhood Morris E. Berney Park and conveniently 15 minutes from downtown Fort Worth. Camp Bowie shops are short blocks away.

Curzon Avenue

Inside, the 3,000-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath home appears tidy and well proportioned. Walls have been freshly painted in cool gray and the original hardwood floors are in mint condition.

Curzon Avenue

Curzon Avenue

It comes as a relief that the original floor plan has been left mostly intact with large room openings creating an sufficiently open feeling.

Curzon Avenue

The spacious kitchen doesn’t lack for any modern conveniences with a gas cook top and ample double ovens. It overlooks an add-on suite, which includes an informal dining area and comfortable family room. The fresh, sun-drenched room has slate floors and a second wood-burning fireplace and plenty of built-in storage.

Curzon Avenue

Curzon Avenue

Curzon Avenue

The master suite is on the ground floor. The updated master bath is kitted out with a large soaker tub, a roomy, a seamless glass shower, and double vanities.

Curzon Avenue

Curzon Avenue

A discreet staircase leads to the remaining two under-eave bedrooms — a child’s dream, and are connected by a Jack-and-Jill bath.

Curzon Avenue

Curzon Avenue

Curzon Avenue

The backyard has plenty of room for expansion or an out door kitchen or pool. Additional sweeteners? How about a per square foot price $30.00 below the average for Ridglea?

Kristen Barnet of KNOCK HOMES K, LLC has priced  6401 Curzon Avenue at $439,000.


Eric Prokesh is an interior designer whose work has appeared on HGTV, and in books and publications including D Home, Southern Accents, House Beautiful, and House and Garden. In January 2005, HG named Eric one of the 50 tastemakers in America and D Home has included him as one of Dallas’ Best Designers for 10 years. Having lived most of his life in Dallas, he now calls Fort Worth home and is one of our experts on beautiful Fort Worth Dirt. His own home on historic Elizabeth Boulevard has been featured in 360 West.

One Comment

  • YES! 30 bucks a foot is below average for a pier & beam house in No. Texas. Maybe you can find something in Muleshoe for that number… Just sayin…