Fairmount Historic District

Flawless Fairmount American Foursquare on South Adams

By Eric Prokesh / September 18, 2020 / 0 Comments
Four Square

There are still plenty of project fixer-uppers in Fairmount, but since the formation of the Fairmount National Historic District in 1990, so much vigorous youthful energy has been expended on the rich and varied housing capital that each year sees more and more beautifully restored and renovated properties come to market that are truly move-in […]

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Charming 1924 Craftsman Bungalow Listed in Fort Worth’s Historic Fairmount

By Brandi Addison / March 6, 2020 / 0 Comments

A darling bungalow is up for sale in one of Fort Worth’s most-loved neighborhoods — the historic Fairmount. Priced at $338,000, the 1924 Craftsman-style bungalow is rich in color with a vibrant blue exterior, complemented by bright orange accents. With beautiful hardwood floors and pastel walls, the three-bedroom house presents the perfect amount of charm and […]

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Bohemian Bargain: Design-Savvy Bungalow in Fairmount is a Full-Color Dream

By Eric Prokesh / February 7, 2020 / 0 Comments
Bohemian

This Bohemian 1,600-square-foot, shingled cottage checks all of the boxes one could ask for in a Fairmount bungalow.

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Darling Fairmount Cottage Near Magnolia Sports Updates and Nice Price

By Eric Prokesh / November 29, 2019 / 0 Comments

We haven’t looked in on Fairmount in a while, so a completely updated Craftsman cottage close to the vibrant Magnolia scene and priced $40K below the Fairmount median price, seemed worthy of our attention. In addition, the bungalow at 1402 7th Avenue benefits from the quality of life and easy livability of this historic ‘hood, […]

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Fairmount Craftsman Shows Historic Neighborhoods and Newer Homes Can Coexist

By Seth Fowler / November 12, 2019 / 0 Comments

If you’ve ever had to deal with a designated historic neighborhood, you’ll know that they can be a very tricky situation. In my past life of working for new home builders, I’ve gone round and round with historic neighborhoods, and we just agree to disagree.  Crack houses and tinderboxes have very little historic value.  However, […]

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Fairmount Historic Home Tour Features a Completely Transformed Craftsman Home

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / April 30, 2019 / 0 Comments

By Nikki Lott Special Contributor This year’s Fairmount Historic Home Tour on Mother’s Day features a gorgeous Craftsman-style home at 1831 Fairmount. The owners are Michael Tucker-McDermott and his husband, Stan. We can’t say this Craftsman is unlike any other (but it is), but we can say that the owners most definitely are. In particular, […]

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