Fort Worth Real Estate

The Yellow Craftsman-Style Home on Lipscomb is a Must See

By Seth Fowler / February 12, 2019 / 0 Comments

While Valentines are pink and red, can you guess what the most pleasing color to paint the exterior of a home might be? White?  No.  Gray?  Nope.  Blue?  Nein mein freund. Studies show that homes painted a warm shade of yellow are the most pleasing, and report that yellow homes sell quicker than others. It’s […]

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Hang Your Stockings with Care in This Fort Worth Classic Colonial

By Karen Eubank / December 20, 2018 / 0 Comments

This Fort Worth Classic Colonial is the perfect holiday home. Located at 3912 Lenox Drive, our Inwood Home of the Week is located in the sought-after Monticello neighborhood. It has the treasured traditional elements we love, as well as flawless updates. Best of all, it’s received the talented touch of the JSH Design team. There’s […]

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Santa Will Have Plenty of Fireplace Choices in Tarrant County

By Seth Fowler / December 11, 2018 / 1 Comment

How does he do it? How is Santa not only able to deliver toys to all the good little girls and boys of the world, but how does he manage to get down the chimney? I have so many questions for Santa. Does he have a favorite type of fireplace?  What about a direct-vent fireplace? […]

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That Seventies House on Bellaire Park Court

By Eric Prokesh / December 8, 2018 / 1 Comment
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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Saving Energy Means Sweet Dreams, Not Nightmares on Byers Avenue

By Seth Fowler / October 23, 2018 / 0 Comments

What gives you nightmares? I’m not referring to the nightmares you had as an 11-year-old from watching The Shining at Jason Gorden’s birthday party in 1985. I’m talking about real nightmares … the ones related to your home! For many Texan homeowners, a nightmare can be in high energy bills, the cost of replacing a […]

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Bishop’s Flower New Build Offers Timeless Style in Riverhills

By Eric Prokesh / September 14, 2018 / 0 Comments
Bishops Flower

After last week’s post in Park Hill, I was determined to find new construction that could rival the venerable Winton Terrace grand dame for classical style and pleasing proportions. My first impulse was to look in Riverhills, a new development in Edwards Ranch that a classic house lover can embrace. Choice listings here are thin […]

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