Tarrant County Tuesday

Don’t Let This Extremely Private Estate in Fort Worth’s Montserrat Slide Past You

By Seth Fowler / October 25, 2016 / 0 Comments

Sometimes it is hard to find the right combination of words to describe a home, and 9472 Sagrada Park is one of those homes.  Stately. Extravagant.  Private.  Impressive.  Awesome.  Exclusive.  Luxurious.  Tranquil.  Innovative … Yes. Yes. Yes to all.  All of these words apply and the list could go on and on. Located in the gated […]

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Mira Vista Home Gives Buyers What They Want

By Seth Fowler / October 18, 2016 / 0 Comments

Ask any listing agent and they will tell you how important it is to receive feedback from other agents and their clients.  As an agent, it drives me crazy when I either don’t receive any feedback at all, or I get such generic feedback such as, “this home doesn’t work for my client.”  Gee, that […]

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Midcentury Modern Home in Overton Park Pops with Pizzazz

By Seth Fowler / October 4, 2016 / 0 Comments

The year was 1956.  Elvis Presley entered the music charts for the first time with “Heartbreak Hotel.”  Norma Jean Mortenson legally changed her name to Marilyn Monroe and married playwright Arthur Miller.  Actor Tom Hanks was born.  William H. O’Neal designed the home at 3605 Overton Park Drive East for Mr. and Mrs. John Church […]

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Antebellum Meets Cowtown in Coveted Tanglewood Neighborhood

By Seth Fowler / September 27, 2016 / 0 Comments

There’s just something about the home located at 2702 Heritage Hills Drive in Fort Worth that makes you want to start speaking with a Southern drawl. No doubt it’s the double front porch design of this beautiful Southern-influenced home that will inspire you to put on your seersucker suit, bow tie, white shoes (no socks […]

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Craftsman Home in Historic Neighborhood Promotes Front Yard Living

By Seth Fowler / September 20, 2016 / 0 Comments

You don’t even have to go inside 2508 5th Avenue to know that this home was designed to be a part of Americana. Nestled in Ryan Place, near the Fairmount National Historic District of Fort Worth, and within walking distance to Magnolia Avenue (the best area for local restaurants in the city), this 2,834-square-foot, two-story, Craftsman-inspired […]

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Affordable Urban Living in Hottest Area of Fort Worth

By Seth Fowler / September 13, 2016 / 0 Comments

Welcome to the Tarrant County edition of Tuesday Two Hundred!  Today we are going to focus on Cowtown. For those who don’t know, “Cowtown” is Fort Worth, and that’s where you’ll find Unit #201 and Unit #301 inside the Museum Place Condominiums at 3300 at West 7th Street, priced at $282,900 and $279,900, respectively. Yes […]

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