May Street ext

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 and abutting the historical Fairmount neighborhood. The units are about 1250 to 1300 square feet, sporting two bedrooms and two to three baths. Each has a covered parking space. Pricing starts at $265,000.

Financing is freaky friendly, with a down payment so minimal you could practically find it in your piggy bank.

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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 formal living room and pondering his next big idea. It’s a hip pocket listing from Williams Trew marketed for $649,599. I’d try to negotiate some of the furniture, to be honest. I love this home that much.

You get just an inkling of what can be found inside by looking at the clean lines and perfect paint on the outside. But guys, you have no idea. Just go ahead and do yourself a favor and jump to see the beautifully retro interiors.

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