Eric Prokesh

Scenic Village Listing Offers Style, Value, and Location

By Eric Prokesh / May 22, 2020 / 0 Comments
Scenic Village

Looking for value and style in a great location a mere five minutes from downtown Fort Worth? You might find your solution in Scenic Village. Developed in the mid ’90s, the community is just east of town and just south of one of our favorite, charming old neighborhoods, Oakhurst, and is a subdivision within the […]

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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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A Dallas Legend in a Precarious Bankruptcy: Neiman Marcus

By Eric Prokesh / May 10, 2020 / 10 Comments
Neiman Marcus

I think we all hope, pray, and believe that Neiman Marcus will survive in some shape or form. For me and many others, Neiman Marcus was, or rather is, much more than a store. It had a profound influence in educating and shaping my taste from an early age. And the longer I reflect, the more […]

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A Mansion Steeped in Fort Worth History on Elizabeth Boulevard

By Eric Prokesh / May 8, 2020 / 6 Comments
Blue Blood

I’ve been angling to get a gander at 1405 Elizabeth Blvd. since moving to Ryan Place seven years ago. The 6,300-square-foot manse has been semi-secretly on the market for over a year but since going live 12 days ago, the stately, three-story, four-bedroom, five-and-one-half bath house has been under contract twice. Steeped in Fort Worth […]

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Opulent Modern Spread on Saint Benet Court

By Eric Prokesh / May 1, 2020 / 0 Comments
St. Benet Court

Modern architecture is always on its soundest footing when it rests on classical foundations. This Montserrat modern, perfect in its unornamented simplicity, does possess a timelessness in which we can detect the proportions and disposition of ancestors, with precedents stretching back to the Roman villa suburbana. One of Montserrat’s strong suits is its inventory of […]

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Wabash Cottage Sure Pleases, Even for Corona-phobes

By Eric Prokesh / April 10, 2020 / 0 Comments
Wabash

Let’s talk about buyer friendly. Like this gem in Bluebonnet Hills at 3228 Wabash Avenue, which is uninhabited and available to be seen by appointment. “We’ve had to be creative in this environment,” says Briggs Freeman listing agent Ashley Mooring. “We’re also relying more heavily than ever on virtual tours and social media,” she adds. […]

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