Berkeley Place

This Berkeley Place Colonial Revival Has Put a Spell on Us!

By Karen Eubank / October 25, 2018 / 1 Comment

It takes a bit of magic to snag a house in Fort Worth’s historic Berkeley Place. Most homes trade hands by word of mouth, and people stay put in the neighborhood. They simply up size or downsize as their lifestyles change. So, we were thrilled to discover our Inwood Home of the Week, a gorgeous, […]

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A Cottage Becomes A Modern Castle in Fort Worth’s Berkeley Place

By Seth Fowler / February 9, 2017 / 0 Comments

We see them on TV. We hear about them at parties. We can’t seem to get away from people boasting about how they were able to take an older home to the studs and transform it into a new property. Unfortunately, it seems that a great deal of the time, the workmanship and level of finishes […]

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Fort Worth Friday: Are You Ready For a Trip Back in Time?

By Joanna England / May 15, 2015 / 0 Comments

Because that’s what this exceptionally preserved two-story mid-century modern home built in 1953. It’s in the Berkeley Place neighborhood, just a jump from the Fort Worth Zoo. And folks, this home is a total time warp! It’s so immaculate that I could imagine Don Draper sitting down in one of those Eames chairs in the […]

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Stealth Dorms? Historic District Neighboring TCU Wants to Limit Cohabiting College Co-Eds

By Joanna England / October 7, 2014 / 0 Comments

  This is an interesting story out of Fort Worth, as some neighborhoods push back against big, zero-lot-line homes full of college kids by proposing an overlay to limit unrelated adult residents to three per single-family home instead of the current five. The overlay, which in its current version would not grandfather existing properties, is facing some […]

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