Compass

Tired of Open-Concept? Classical Perfection Can Be Found in Monticello

By Eric Prokesh / October 9, 2020 / 0 Comments

It’s not as easy as you might think to turn out a weekly Fort Worth Friday column. This week I had to sift through a lot of less-than-wonderful to find wonderful. I believe one example will suffice. See above. Even the most cavernous of open concept schemes can’t prevent the weight of all of that […]

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Lionel Morrison’s Curved Contemporary Masterpiece

By Karen Eubank / September 28, 2020 / 0 Comments

This cool curved contemporary masterpiece is a honey stop the car house.  It’s no stranger to press coverage because it’s been on the market several times over the years. Of course, it takes a specific buyer to appreciate a contemporary home, especially one of this pedigree. So why is this the right house for right […]

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Head Behind The Pink Wall For An Oh-So-Glam Tour Of Open Houses

By Nikki Barringer / September 19, 2020 / 1 Comment

This Sunday (as in tomorrow) there’s a Parade of Open Houses happening “behind the Pink Wall” from 2 to 4 p.m. But before we even get to the tour, first we need a history lesson, a primer, and a little bit of “Oh, I did NOT know that.” Briggs Freeman’s Jena May put us in […]

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Quality is Key For Luxury Virtual Staging

By Elaine Raffel / August 22, 2020 / 3 Comments

Virtual staging is extremely valuable in helping to sell expensive homes that are vacant, sparely furnished, or in need of a refresh.

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Bike to Work From This Chic Remodeled Cottage in Maple Springs

By Shelby Skrhak / July 14, 2020 / 0 Comments

Here’s what I want to know: How could a home situated on Parkland Avenue not be considered part of the Medical District? Instead, this 1945 cottage located just north of Maple is part of the hot neighborhood of Oak Lawn Heights or Maple Springs, if you prefer. Whichever moniker you adopt, we’re happy to bring […]

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Highland Park Historic Spanish Mediterranean

By Karen Eubank / July 9, 2020 / 2 Comments

This historic Spanish Mediterranean home began life in 1933 as a duplex. That’s because the neighborhood was designated for apartments and duplexes when Highland Park was zoned in 1929. Architects Marion Fooshee and James Cheek designed some of the beautiful homes in Dallas, as well as the Highland Park Village shopping center. There is not […]

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