Historic Fort Worth Home

Charming 1924 Craftsman Bungalow Listed in Fort Worth’s Historic Fairmount

By Brandi Addison / March 6, 2020 / 0 Comments

A darling bungalow is up for sale in one of Fort Worth’s most-loved neighborhoods — the historic Fairmount. Priced at $338,000, the 1924 Craftsman-style bungalow is rich in color with a vibrant blue exterior, complemented by bright orange accents. With beautiful hardwood floors and pastel walls, the three-bedroom house presents the perfect amount of charm and […]

Read More

Historic 1903 Home in Fort Worth Offers Unique Opportunity

By Seth Fowler / October 17, 2017 / 1 Comment

Imagine Fort Worth in 1903.  From grainy photos I’ve seen, there was a lot of dust, cows, and not much else.  There certainly were not any charming homes that would last 114 years and become historic properties, right?  Wrong. The 1900 census of Fort Worth showed 26,668 residents, which was up from 1880 when there […]

Read More

Move-In Ready Villa on Elizabeth Blvd.

By Eric Prokesh / September 29, 2017 / 0 Comments

One doesn’t want to be parochial, but one can’t fail to take an interest in the goings on on one’s own street. Move-in ready isn’t a term necessarily associated with Elizabeth Blvd., but since its listing on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, the area has been undergoing a steady process of re-gentrification. […]

Read More

Friday Five Hundred: Finding Form And Function in Fort Worth

By Joanna England / September 5, 2014 / 0 Comments

In the $400K to $500K range, there’s a lot of new construction in Fort Worth. And while a new home is good every once in a while, seeing the same granite and stainless kitchen can be a little bit boring. Nothing against Fort Worth: I love the city and it’s awesome south side and the […]

Read More