Fort Worth Historic District

Brent Hull Brings Ryan Place Beauty Back to Life, Project Slated For Cable TV

By Eric Prokesh / April 29, 2016 / 1 Comment

Do you have a specter in your neighborhood? While walking the dog, I often wondered about 2300 Willing Avenue, just around the corner, at the edge of Ryan Place. In an advanced state of decay it looked uninhabitable if not uninhabited. Returning home one evening, I noticed a chink of yellow light behind a torn shade. Signs […]

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Venerable Villa on Fort Worth’s Historic Elizabeth Blvd. is Priced to Sell

By Eric Prokesh / April 22, 2016 / 0 Comments

Since houses on one of Fort Worth’s premiere historic streets infrequently come on the market, it isn’t surprising that 1521 Elizabeth Boulevard, is garnering a lot of agent and buyer interest. “We’ve only officially been on the market since Monday and we’ve already had dozens of showings,” observes Briggs Freeman agent Lisa Logan. Many of […]

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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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