Fort Worth Architecture

Sensational Michael Bennett Modern Masterpiece in Park Hill

By Eric Prokesh / December 13, 2019 / 1 Comment
Michael Bennett

Park Hill, unfortunately is one of the few neighborhoods where 1920’s era houses fall under the wrecking ball, but it would be difficult to regret the teardown that made 2244 Winton Terrace, a modern stunner by architect Michael Bennet of Bennett Benner Partners. The  minimalist composition has the graphic force of a painting by Piet […]

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Sensational, Modern Spread Designed by Glenn Allen Galaway on Merrick

By Eric Prokesh / May 10, 2019 / 3 Comments
Merrick

Graceful, sweeping, polished: Words that spring to mind on touring this 1961 architect designed residence at 1919 Merrick Street. Architect, Glenn Allen Galaway was trained by legendary New York architect Phillip Johnson and contributed a small but dignified portfolio of houses to Dallas and Fort Worth. Galaway can’t claim credit for the gorgeous lot with […]

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Open House Sunday to Feature Shady Oaks Lane Stunner

By Eric Prokesh / April 26, 2019 / 0 Comments
Shady Oaks

If a choice location in Westover Hills with eighth hole golf course views is on your wish list, then this Sunday’s open house at 1200 Shady Oaks Lane should be on your not-to-be-missed list. The Jack Schutts-designed house has acquired the patina of gentility in the 27 years since it was built. We’ve featured the […]

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Model Midcentury on Shore Front Drive

By Eric Prokesh / January 5, 2019 / 0 Comments
Shore Front Drive

From the Kim Dawson Agency to up-and-coming star Realtors at Rogers Healy and Associates Realty, Maggie Parks and Kodi Nelson are the dynamic duo comprising Model Realtors — a sort of boutique shop within the extensive and diverse roster of Realtors at the Healy agency. “After 20 years modeling at Dawson (they are still on the […]

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That Seventies House on Bellaire Park Court

By Eric Prokesh / December 8, 2018 / 0 Comments
Bellaire Park Court

According to Laver’s Law, 3509 Bellaire Park Court, lies somewhere between amusing and quaint. James Laver was an esteemed and influential curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum who enunciated a timeline for the cycle of fashion, receiving a Neiman Marcus Fashion Award in 1962. Ten years ago, you might have lethargically said this house […]

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Trails Edge Ranch Sports Midcentury High Style

By Eric Prokesh / May 4, 2018 / 0 Comments

Resting on a beautifully manicured half-acre lot replete with twisting, mature oak trees behind a classic ranch façade lies a midcentury modern dream. This 1959 build at 3809 Trails Edge in Overton Park has been impeccably maintained and thoughtfully amended to its current whopping 6,848 square feet and flawlessly staged by Alyson French and Tina […]

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