Eric Prokesh is an interior designer whose work has appeared on HGTV, in books and publications including DHome, Southern Accents, House Beautiful, and House and Garden. In January 2005, HG named Eric one of the 50 tastemakers in America and DHome 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.
Listed only two days ago, this Monticello Mediterranean new build has so much going for it that it’s difficult to know where to start. Since this is a real estate website, I suppose we begin with location. The rambling structure on a double half-acre lot, sits in the heart of one of Fort Worth’s most […]Read More
As I write this piece I am overcome once again by melancholy, forcefully reminded once more to realize, that this show is about as close to Italy as I am likely to get for the foreseeable future. However, instead of succumbing to self-indulgent despondency, I should be grateful that I live in a place where […]Read More
Reflecting on the truly ghastly economic news today, I can only marvel at the seemingly impregnable robustness of the local real estate market. Take, for example, this undeniably charming bungalow priced at the high end of the University Place average square foot price of around $250 per. Listed on July 21st it was under contract […]Read More
This week’s Fort Worth Friday is about as good as it gets. The listing is only days old and interest is robust. That isn’t surprising given that this is one of the loveliest properties to come to market lately. Add to that, Monticello is one of the Westside’s best neighborhoods and this home is a […]Read More
A perfectly placed palazzo would be on Lago di Como. I confess to obsessing about Italy a lot these days. It’s only natural with the world on lockdown and another long, hot Texas summer before us, that the mind wanders even if we cannot. Tell me I can’t do something-like travel, and the prohibition becomes […]Read More
I admit I have a bias towards older houses, as charm and architectural literacy is so often lacking in new construction. And this exquisite 1923 vintage mini-villa in Berkley Place is a stellar exemplar of abiding heirloom excellence. Observe how the narrow French doors appear to press the triple arched central bay forward. Or the […]Read More