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Want an Urban Lifestyle? This Remodeled Turtle Creek Brownstone Is For You

By Joanna England / May 2, 2019 / 0 Comments

When looking at townhomes, one of the big pluses over a condo unit is outdoor space. However, those staircases in two- and three-story townhomes often mean sacrificing storage space. However, that’s not so with our Inwood Home of the Week, a Turtle Creek brownstone with tons of thoughtful built-ins and plenty of spots to stash […]

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Classic Brownstone in Fort Worth Offers Best of All Worlds

By Seth Fowler / February 21, 2017 / 2 Comments

Isn’t it interesting that newer homes that look and feel like older, classically designed homes sell faster and for more money than homes that have no real architectural value or distinction? Did you know that a brownstone townhome, when used in the urban residential vernacular, doesn’t technically mean the home is made of brown stone? […]

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The Brickyard Bringing New York City-Inspired Living to Farmers Branch

By Leah Shafer / July 11, 2016 / 2 Comments

We recently wrote about how one Dallas inner-ring suburb is seeing big changes, Farmers Branch Renaissance Turning Once Sleepy Suburb Into Vibrant City. The city has another reason to celebrate: Billingsley Company is bringing New York City architectural charm to to Farmer’s Branch, with The Brickyard. This is their new apartment community in Mercer Crossing, at the crossroads of Interstate […]

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