4109 El Campo Avenue is a well done flip by ScoMar Homes of Fort Worth (photos: Tour Max)
Remember the days when every other home in the older neighborhoods used to be a flip?
Many flippers did a fantastic job and took pride in their work. They were able to take advantage of lower-priced home, did quality work, and were able to sell for a very nice profit. A flip well done would help revitalize areas and reduce the number of dilapidated homes.
This is 4109 El Campo Ave prior to the flip … spooky!
With the popularity of all the flip shows on television and rising prices in the desirable neighborhoods, the flip opportunities just aren’t there anymore. It’s a shame.
Located on 1.5 acres along Ridglea Golf Course, 4404 Ridgehaven Road is private, exclusive and a great value! (photos: Trey Freeze Media)
Quick question: How many one acre (or larger) homesites exist within a 1.5-mile radius of three of Fort Worth’s most exclusive country clubs?
Quick answer: Not many.
Notice the mature trees surrounding 4404 Ridgehaven Road backing to Ridglea Golf Course
If you’re a fan of Tarrant County Tuesday (and I know you are) you probably see a unifying thread from last week’s post — exclusive country club homes on large golf course homesites. And 4404 Ridgehaven Road, backing to Ridglea Golf Course is exactly that.
The stately home at 6158 Indian Creek Drive in Westover Hills (photos: Trey Freeze Media).
It’s golf season here in Cowtown, and a great time to be outdoors. Before the bugs and 100-plus degree weather takes over in Texas, now is the perfect time for evening walks, hitting the links, and enjoying various beverages under the stars.
While the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club is in full swing (pun intended), there are plenty of beautiful golf courses to view and make a good walk spoiled. One such prestigious course is found at Shady Oaks Country Club.
2.25 acres allows for 8th fairway views of Shady Oaks Golf Course and so much more.
Why is it so hard to create the next great neighborhood? We hear about it all the time from builders and developers of what great lengths to which they have gone in order to re-create timeless neighborhoods from the 1920s and 1930s. And yet, they all seem to fall flat.
Trinity Heights — A Truly Timeless Neighborhood
Of course, there are some exceptions. I have written about Parks of Aledo a number of times. You know I’m a big fan of that development — as are the many who have flocked there. Walsh is another in the area that strives to become exceptional as is Edwards Ranch in Fort Worth. Only time will tell.
Established in 1998, Trinity Heights is truly a timeless neighborhood in Fort Worth
Whether it’s incapability or prices or just lack of creativity, there are so few new neighborhoods that truly capture the magic and nostalgia of older neighborhoods.
That’s why venturing to Trinity Heights to check out the home at 6654 Gascony Place was such a treat.
2417 Boyd Avenue is an exquisite remodeled home in Parkhill…minutes from Colonial Country Club (photos: Tourmax)
We’ve discussed this before but it never hurts to bring it up again. There is a difference between “updating” and “remodeling.”
To this Bowtie Realtor, “updating” is doing a little bit of this and a little bit of that. Maybe it’s not the bare minimum, but it’s certainly not going full-blown remodel. Repainting a few rooms or cabinets, sprucing up the yard or changing fixtures — that’s what I would call updating.
To the left is the kitchen circa 2012. To the right is the remodeled kitchen, complete with Viking appliances, Restoration Hardware fixtures, and all the trendy colors of today
Remodeling is where you nearly take the home apart and bring it back to life again. New materials, new rooms, new everything — that’s what I would call remodeling. Just wait to see the Tarrant County Tuesday home and you be the judge.
3720 Hamilton Avenue is a hit in the Monticello neighborhood of Fort Worth (photos: Trey Freeze Media)
What do you know about Hamilton? With the recent success of the hit Broadway musical with the same name, we probably know more than Alexander Hamilton knew about himself. But I’m not talking about that Hamilton.
I’m talking about the new listing at 3720 Hamilton Avenue in the Monticello neighborhood of Fort Worth.
This traditional Colonial-style home sitting on a Double Homesite in one of Fort Worth’s finest neighborhoods
Side Note: Isn’t it funny how cities look to events that happened hundreds of years ago which had zero effect on that city or area for names. For instance, the Monticello neighborhood, Hamilton Avenue … you think there’s a Cowtown neighborhood with a Bowie Avenue somewhere in Virginia? I doubt it.
Listed by Kendall Karr of Williams Trew Real Estate, this exquisite home of 4,500 square feet built in the Colonial tradition is definitely a home worth seeing.
There is so much room both inside and outside this home. Truly unique in what it offers buyers.
2600 W. 7th #1801 in Montgomery Plaza is a one-of-a-kind condo with amazing views (photos: Shoot2Sell)
“One of a kind.” How many times have we heard that phrase? We often hear it when referencing athletes, jewelry, clothing or articles of interest, but what really is “one of a kind?” Most of the time we aren’t even sure how to punctuate it.
According to our friends in the worldwide interwebs, “one of a kind” means not like anything else in the world — truly unique. Maybe we need to re-think things when we use that phrase, but not when we talk about a one-of-a-kind condominium located at 2600 West 7th Street #1801 in the Montgomery Plaza building.
The utmost in condo look and feel! (more…)
612 Rockledge Court in Point Vista at Parks of Aledo (photos: Norman & Young)
Point Vista at Parks of Aledo is where nature calls home. If you’re tired of large cookie-cutter homes and concrete, this is the neighborhood for you.
Point Vista — The Place To Be
Located in the burgeoning town of Aledo, just 13 minutes west of Fort Worth, the Parks of Aledo neighborhood was established to meet the demand for quality homes close to pocket parks that fit into the landscape — not destroy it.
Point Vista at Parks of Aledo is an extension of the original neighborhood. You will still find curvilinear streets surrounding pocket parks and a world-class mountain bike trail that stretches for miles and miles.
You probably remember my 1,000-plus word ode to Parks of Aledo from 2018 if you’ve followed this blog for a while.