Crestwood

Crestwood Spec Build by Bowen-Wilson is Both Luxurious and Livable

By Eric Prokesh / May 15, 2020 / 1 Comment
Bowen Wilson

Many weeks, I have to rifle through dozens, betimes even hundreds of listings, to find something that will inspire me to write. This week I lucked out with this brand new house which has been on the market for all of two days. New construction can be thrilling when it is design-directed, and the design-savvy […]

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Dreamy Midcentury Modern in My Favorite Westside Enclave

By Eric Prokesh / January 31, 2020 / 0 Comments
Westside Enclave

Discreetly tucked into a wooded one half acre lot, it is in the still strongly popular mid-century modern idiom.

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Before-and-After Crestwood Home Creates a New Style

By Seth Fowler / October 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

I love writing about before-and-after transformations in Tarrant County Tuesday. Some of the time the before photos showcase areas that were downright nasty and in need of major updating. Other times the home is simply dated or has a cacophony of styles that caused the home to sit on the market for a lengthy period […]

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Crestwood New Build Merges Timeless and Trendy

By Joanna England / September 20, 2019 / 0 Comments

While we love a good classic, there’s something to be said for a home that lives a little on the edge. You want to hit that sweet spot between timeless and trendy, using classic lines and shapes while incorporating new materials or applications. And that’s exactly why we’re head over heels for this listing from […]

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Classic Ranch on Ridgewood Road in The Heart Of Crestwood

By Eric Prokesh / September 13, 2019 / 0 Comments
Ridgewood Road

I don’t need much of an excuse for a foray to Crestwood, my favorite Fort Worth ’07 hood where every old oak seems to sport a sinuous balletic twist. In fact, trees are so revered in this westside enclave that some stand protected by masonry, in the middle of Crestwood‘s winding lanes. This week I was enticed […]

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No Corners Were Cut on This New Crestwood Home

By Seth Fowler / July 23, 2019 / 0 Comments

It happens in all businesses.  At first, a business delivers the best product to get the customers familiar with their creation.  Customers start buying the product.  Prices go up and up and up so the company starts pass increases along to customers. Suddenly customers stop buying the products at a higher price.  The company starts […]

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