Fort Worth Neighborhoods

Forest Park

Move-In Ready Forest Park Cottage Packs Vintage Charm

By Eric Prokesh / August 9, 2019 / 0 Comments

Older, established neighborhoods and affordable housing are rarely uttered in the same sentence these days. Is this a starter home? An investment opportunity? Buy and hold for your TCU student children? With its choice location and appreciation potential, this sweet 1,200-square-foot cottage ticks many boxes. Prospective buyers shouldn’t hesitate. This listing has been live for […]

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Dorothy Lane

Dreamy Dorothy Lane Cottage in Monticello is Quite The Find

By Eric Prokesh / May 31, 2019 / 0 Comments

Quite the find — that’s what I would call this precious 1945 cottage at 3517 Dorothy Lane. Not only does it have a choice Monticello location right across from Monticello Park, but it is definitely priced to move, at nearly 20 percent below the average square foot Monticello average. The listing treats this enchanting charmer as […]

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Westworth Falls

Newly Minted Westworth Falls Revisited as Development Winds Down

By Eric Prokesh / March 1, 2019 / 0 Comments

You needn’t travel more than 20 minutes southwest from town to find a new build with the magnificence of Mira Vista or Montserrat. Only 10 minutes from downtown, near Westover and Shady Oaks Country Club, in the unincorporated town of Westworth Village is the glam gated community of Westworth Falls. Of course, our own Seth […]

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Meadows West

Gracious Living with Room to Spare in Meadows West

By Eric Prokesh / February 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

Just when I think I’ve cracked Fort Worth — especially in-the-loop Fort Worth — I make a discovery. This week, it’s a handsome house in Meadows West at 6512 Havenview Court. And there is great value here. On a sprawling corner lot with a long, brick-edged walkway leading to the pedimented capped entry, the house […]

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Curzon Avenue

Curzon Avenue Cottage Steeped in Nostalgic Charm

By Eric Prokesh / February 1, 2019 / 1 Comment

In spite of its lordly, posh name, 6401 Curzon Avenue is the opposite of stuffy. Welcoming in a nostalgic sort of way, the 1951 build recalls the idealized sit-com houses of the era. One can imagine Ward Cleaver clipping the tidy hedges under the front windows. Located in a quiet little corner of North Ridglea, the […]

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Remodeled Ranch in Tanglewood Brings Up Thanksgiving Memories

By Eric Prokesh / November 23, 2018 / 0 Comments

Over the river and through the woods … to grandmothers’s house we go! So we used to sing on the way to Thanksgiving dinner at my grandparents. The river was a branch of the Trinity near the zoo and the woods were the tall trees of Tanglewood, the first residential development carved out of Edwards […]

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