Arlington Heights

Calmont Cottage Offers Charm and Location

By Eric Prokesh / August 4, 2017 / 0 Comments

Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda. This page has extensively covered the ebbing affordability of housing in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. And, in addition to the stand out, marquee listings I cover, I continue to pursue the vanishing, charming, affordable, starter house. So naturally a prime westside listing in Arlington Heights on 5037 Calmont Ave. in Fort Worth had […]

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Classic, Updated Tudor in Great Arlington Heights Location

By Eric Prokesh / April 28, 2017 / 0 Comments

Looking for a great Westside location in a quiet corner of Arlington Heights? You might fall under the spell of this 1932 Tudor charmer at 4803 El Campo Avenue. A peaked roof  plus a concentric arched doorway and tidy landscaping add up to loads of curb appeal. The 2,156-square-foot cottage began life as a duplex — […]

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Good Neighbor is the New Kid on the Block

By Eric Prokesh / May 27, 2016 / 0 Comments

  What makes a good neighbor? Not building to within an inch of minimum setbacks for starters. Considered design decisions respectful of your older neighbors is another goodwill gesture. None of this is accidental at 4713 Pershing Avenue, a 4 bedroom 3 1/2 bath house with a lot of heart.

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Fairy Tale Cottage Perched on the Heights

By Eric Prokesh / February 27, 2016 / 3 Comments

Ah, where are the builders today, capable of packing a world of civilized charm into a mere 1810 square feet? The charm offensive at 4501 El Campo starts at the curb, beginning with the perfectly plumb, artisan stone wall containing hidden sculpted faces and fossils, protectively ringing the 1929 Arlington Heights two Bedroom one and a half bath cottage on […]

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Fort Worth Friday: Duplex Conversion Creates Delightful Double-Faced Home in Arlington Heights

By Eric Prokesh / December 18, 2015 / 0 Comments

  Ah, titillating ambiguity! This home at 800 Virginia Place in Arlington Heights is just such an agreeable experience. Glimpsed  from a casual drive-by, the house could be mistaken for new construction — but was in fact built in 1936. Does it front Virginia or 7th Street? On a corner half-acre lot, the result of an adroit up/down duplex to […]

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Fort Worth Friday: Truly Unique Remodeled Westside Home With Downtown Views!

By Joanna England / January 30, 2015 / 2 Comments

There’s something to be said for a home that has three floors and is priced at $425,000. This truly unique home has amazing curb appeal and is in a sought-after Fort Worth neighborhood, Arlington Heights. This area, bounded by Camp Bowie on the North, Interstate 30 on the south and west, and Montgomery Street on […]

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