According to our friends at Wikipedia, the definition of “iconic” is: “an artifact that is recognized by members of a culture or sub-culture as representing some aspect of cultural identity. Cultural icons vary widely, and may be visual, audio, an object, a person or group of people.”
The home at 3861 Bellaire Circle in the Westcliff Addition of Fort Worth would certainly be classified as an iconic home. Not only for its astute Federal architecture and construction, but for being the former longtime residence of the chancellor of Texas Christian University.
For years this home has represented TCU and all that the university embodies. It has held banquets, fund raisers, private meetings and plenty of other gatherings within its 7,000 square feet. Now the home is on the market and represented by another true icon of Fort Worth, Super Agent Joan Trew of Williams Trew Real Estate.