Tarrant County Tuesday

Near Southside May Be Hip, But Magnolia Green is Happening

By Seth Fowler / November 19, 2019 / 0 Comments

There was a time, probably 12 to 15 years ago, when no one would walk down Magnolia Ave. after dark.  Many wouldn’t even walk down Magnolia Ave. during the day. There was no point. There were a few restaurants and shops to visit, but those establishments mainly catered to the breakfast and lunch crowds and […]

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Fairmount Craftsman Shows Historic Neighborhoods and Newer Homes Can Coexist

By Seth Fowler / November 12, 2019 / 0 Comments

If you’ve ever had to deal with a designated historic neighborhood, you’ll know that they can be a very tricky situation. In my past life of working for new home builders, I’ve gone round and round with historic neighborhoods, and we just agree to disagree.  Crack houses and tinderboxes have very little historic value.  However, […]

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With The Holidays in Swing, Wheelin’ And Dealin’ Season is About to Begin

By Seth Fowler / November 5, 2019 / 0 Comments

It’s chilly and rainy season out there!  With the beginning of the cooler and wetter season, it’s also time for the real estate market season to change. I’m not one of those believers in the “things shut down in the fall and don’t pick up until spring,” mantra when it comes to the Dallas-Fort Worth […]

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Westover Hills Home Comes Complete With Its Own Village

By Seth Fowler / October 29, 2019 / 0 Comments

How often do you hear of a home that comes with its own village?  It sounds crazy, but it exists. This magnificent home tucked among the trees of Westover Hills.  We’ve talked about Westover Hills before, naturally, as it’s Fort Worth’s most exclusive enclave of fewer than 300 homes. You know, the one that was identified […]

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A Cresthaven Home Built For Gathering and Entertaining

By Seth Fowler / October 22, 2019 / 0 Comments

Do people still host parties and events in their homes?  It seems every listing always highlights that a home “is perfect for entertaining.”  Does that still happen? When I think of “entertaining” in a home, it conjures thoughts of the doorbell ringing, people kissing cheeks, music playing in the background, and everyone mixing and mingling. Entertaining […]

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Before-and-After Crestwood Home Creates a New Style

By Seth Fowler / October 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

I love writing about before-and-after transformations in Tarrant County Tuesday. Some of the time the before photos showcase areas that were downright nasty and in need of major updating. Other times the home is simply dated or has a cacophony of styles that caused the home to sit on the market for a lengthy period […]

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