Fort Worth Friday

Fort Worth Friday: Charity Really Does Begin in Cow Town

By Candy Evans / November 13, 2015 / 1 Comment

by Eric Prokesh A Real Estate firm moniker doesn’t often provoke a swift u-turn (in routing and story choice) or a detailed inquiry into business plans, but driving by the choicely located Charitable Realty, at Camp Bowie and Clover Lane, I was provoked to do both. Charitable Realty, the inspiration of owner/founder, Lori Fowler, is […]

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Fort Worth Friday: Inspired Urban Infill in the Near Southside

By Candy Evans / November 6, 2015 / 0 Comments

by Eric Prokesh What we have here: two contemporary buildings of three floors each with four ground floor units and eight two story units above, totaling twelve condominiums. They sport a modern attitude that blends happily with three of Magnolia Street’s most popular restaurants and watering holes, nesting in the burgeoning and expanding Medical District […]

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Fort Worth Friday: Westcliff Gem With Expanded Space Feeds Into Tanglewood Schools

By Candy Evans / October 30, 2015 / 1 Comment

by Eric Prokesh Talk about move in ready! This 1958 Westcliff gem at 4500 Hildring Drive has been completely revamped and revitalized by its architect owner for comfortable contemporary living, ideal for a young family with its access to top-notch Tanglewood schools. Occupying a generous 1/3 acre lot, with an attractive set-back among mature foliage, […]

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Fort Worth Friday: Historic Villa Exudes the Mystique and Magic of Mistletoe Heights

By Candy Evans / October 23, 2015 / 0 Comments

by Eric Prokesh Splendidly sited, on a high Mistletoe Heights bluff, this historic house was built in 1919 for the legendary Waggoner family of Waggoner ranch fame. It was first owned by Anne Waggoner. The hipped roof, Prairie Style Villa with its strong horizontals and gratifying symmetries, presents a formidable facade to the street. A […]

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Fort Worth Friday: Fairmount Historic Craftsman Bungalow Bursting With Color!

By Candy Evans / October 16, 2015 / 1 Comment

by Eric Prokesh Talk to any agent these days and be prepared to listen to complaints about low inventory. That appears to go double for historic Fairmount, with its period charm, its proximity to the trendy restaurants and bars of Magnolia, and millions in city funds committed to rejuvenate the South Side. Better move fast: […]

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Fort Worth Friday: Palm Springs Swank in the Heart of Westover Hills

By Candy Evans / October 9, 2015 / 2 Comments

by Eric Prokesh Sitting on one of the highest points of desirable Westover Hills, is an alluring three bedroom, four and a half bath,  mid century modern beauty that evokes Sinatra era Palm Springs Swank. Oh, and the rock.

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