Fairmount

Savvy Updates Meet Period Charm on Arlington Avenue

By Eric Prokesh / June 26, 2020 / 1 Comment
Arlington Avenue

Pictures don’t do justice to this Fairmount cutie with an easy to remember address at 1111 West Arlington Avenue. And this is a great time of year to visit Fairmount, with seasonal paired American flags up at every intersection for the Fourth of July holiday, underscoring the small-town, long ago atmosphere of this quaint, ever-popular […]

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Charm And Value in The Heart of Fairmount on Carlock St.

By Eric Prokesh / November 2, 2018 / 0 Comments
Carlock

Jaw dropping. I know the real estate market is cooling after strings of successive years on boil, and that mortgage interest rates approaching 5 percent present a new challenge for buyers, but I was astonished to see an enchanting cottage in the heart fashionable Fairmount at 1213 Carlock Street for less than $200,000.  Also unbelievable […]

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Historic Blue Home in Fairmount

By Seth Fowler / May 1, 2018 / 0 Comments

They don’t paint them like they used to, do they?  Drive through any “vintage-inspired” new development — you know the ones that claim to be designed after great neighborhoods of the 1920s and 1930s — and you’ll see the same few shades of white, cream, or gray.  What about blue?! Yes, BLUE.  They don’t paint homes […]

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Greek Revival Bungalow at 2264 Lipscomb Joins Fairmount 500s

By Eric Prokesh / October 6, 2017 / 4 Comments

Not for the first time, a traffic detour routed me past a property for sale so appealing that I postponed my planned post in favor of another listing, this time at 2264 Lipscomb, at the edge of Fairmount. Cute it is, with all of the Fairmount charm in spades, but my jaw dropped at the listing price […]

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Historic Home in Cowtown’s Fairmount District Has Many Stories

By Seth Fowler / April 25, 2017 / 0 Comments

If historic homes could talk, what a story they would tell. Never has that been truer than the home located at 2234 Hurley Ave. in the Fairmount neighborhood of Fort Worth. For those of you not familiar with the Fairmount Southside National Historic District, it is a one square mile area that was platted in […]

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Fort Worth Friday: Fairmount Historic Craftsman Bungalow Bursting With Color!

By Candy Evans / October 16, 2015 / 1 Comment

by Eric Prokesh Talk to any agent these days and be prepared to listen to complaints about low inventory. That appears to go double for historic Fairmount, with its period charm, its proximity to the trendy restaurants and bars of Magnolia, and millions in city funds committed to rejuvenate the South Side. Better move fast: […]

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