Fort Worth Home For Sale

Classic, Updated Tudor in Great Arlington Heights Location

By Eric Prokesh / April 28, 2017 / 0 Comments

Looking for a great Westside location in a quiet corner of Arlington Heights? You might fall under the spell of this 1932 Tudor charmer at 4803 El Campo Avenue. A peaked roof  plus a concentric arched doorway and tidy landscaping add up to loads of curb appeal. The 2,156-square-foot cottage began life as a duplex — […]

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Good Neighbor is the New Kid on the Block

By Eric Prokesh / May 27, 2016 / 0 Comments

  What makes a good neighbor? Not building to within an inch of minimum setbacks for starters. Considered design decisions respectful of your older neighbors is another goodwill gesture. None of this is accidental at 4713 Pershing Avenue, a 4 bedroom 3 1/2 bath house with a lot of heart.

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Tuesday Two Hundred: Ryan Place Cottage Has Guest Quarters, Fantastic Curb Appeal

By Leah Shafer / May 5, 2015 / 3 Comments

Ryan Place is a storied, family-friendly neighborhood three miles south of downtown Fort Worth, located in the Near Southside area. Established in 1911, Ryan Place today is a thriving neighborhood with an annual Easter egg hunt, Fourth of July parade, back-to-school pool party, “Boo on the Boulevard” celebration, and a candlelight Christmas evening. With close proximity […]

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Fort Worth Friday: Secluded Contemporary on Acre Feels Like Treetop Hideaway

By Leah Shafer / March 6, 2015 / 2 Comments

When I was a kid, I really wanted a treehouse. I dreamed of a hidden place in the treetops where I could read books and draw, away from my worries. I badgered and begged to no avail, and to this day, treehouses are objects of fascination for me. Today’s Fort Worth Friday satisfies that part […]

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Fort Worth Friday: All Food Tastes Better in Fort Worth, if This Kitchen Has Anything to Do With It

By Candy Evans / January 12, 2015 / 4 Comments

We are taking more peeks at Fort Worth Real Estate, now that the two cities are no longer arch rivals, and now that two major Dallas powerhouse firms have each established presence in Cow Town. We love Fort Worth, and we could live there in a heartbeat. And we might just be packing our bags […]

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Fun and Funky in Fort Worth, This Artist Home in Monticello Will Keep Your Eyeballs Busy

By Joanna England / August 12, 2014 / 0 Comments

    While they may not be my favorite homes ever, I do love houses that have a funky, Devil-may-care vibe to them. They’re the “anything goes” type of home, and their mish-mash of decor, colors, and materials proves a method to the madness of an artists’ mind. So I was happily surprised to see […]

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