This Blackwood Homes-Updated Fort Worth Home Is a Steal at $300K

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Photos courtesy of Blackwood Homes

We love home before-and-after photos because there’s something just so satisfying about seeing a transformation (Scroll to the end for the photos; it’s worth it!). This home at 6713 Genoa Road in Fort Worth is no exception. Recently appraised at $355,000, this three-bedroom, three-bath, 2,028 square-foot home has been drastically reduced to $300,000! This 1975-built ranch style has been redone completely from top to bottom with the help of wonder-doer Blackwood Homes, which handled design, project management, and staging for this home listed by Laura Swearingen Realty Group.

As you walk in, you can see the many possibilities in this open floor plan with a large living area that flows into the dining area, kitchen, and breakfast nook. Plus Blackwood’s choice to stage with mid-century inspired furniture brings out the charm and style of this incredibly affordable home.

Enjoy the completely updated gourmet kitchen with bright and crisp quartz countertops and white glass-front cabinets center. The center island features a six-burner gas cooktop and stainless steel appliances including oven, dishwasher, and kitchen range hood.

Rich hardwood floors continue into the master bedroom suite. The master bath features marble-tiled flooring and designer lighting.

Plus, you’ve got a private corner lot with a unique step-up, large roll door storage shed, and a mature landscaped backyard.

But to really appreciate this home, I mean really appreciate it, take a look at what Blackwood Homes accomplished with this remodel. The before and after photos are so drastically different, I had to double and triple check it. Look at this transformation!

The kitchen

Before

After some beautiful remodeling and staging by Blackwood Homes

Breakfast nook

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After

Dining room (!?!!)

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After

Living area

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After

This home, located in the Ridgmar neighborhood of Fort Worth, is zoned for Phillips Elementary, Monnig Middle School, and Arlington Heights High School in Arlington ISD.