Historic Fort Worth Neighborhoods

Get Classic Oakhurst Charm And a Few Upgrades on Daisy Lane

By Eric Prokesh / June 12, 2020 / 0 Comments
Daisy Lane

I’ve extolled the charms of Oakhurst many times in our weekly Fort Worth Friday dispatch, and the miracle is that this charming enclave, only five minutes from downtown Fort Worth, remains something of a sleeper with great values. Trinity Vision, if it ever happens, will add to its appeal as will upscale developments like the […]

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A Mansion Steeped in Fort Worth History on Elizabeth Boulevard

By Eric Prokesh / May 8, 2020 / 6 Comments
Blue Blood

I’ve been angling to get a gander at 1405 Elizabeth Blvd. since moving to Ryan Place seven years ago. The 6,300-square-foot manse has been semi-secretly on the market for over a year but since going live 12 days ago, the stately, three-story, four-bedroom, five-and-one-half bath house has been under contract twice. Steeped in Fort Worth […]

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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 […]

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Celebrate the 2020s in a Berkley Place Beauty from the 1920s

By Eric Prokesh / January 3, 2020 / 0 Comments
Wilshire Boulevard

There are echoes of that other Wilshire Boulevard in this charming little villa in Berkley Place. Like the gracious Mediterranean ambiance embellished with palm trees and those lovely blue awnings, which match the window trim color. Head on, the four bedroom, three bath, house built in 1928 looks rather simple and small. However, looked at […]

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Cardinal Lane Ranch in Enchanting Oakhurst

By Eric Prokesh / October 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

Oakhurst is all about potential. With its proximity to downtown and the Trinity Vision Project, values have nowhere to go but up. It’s been almost exactly one year ago that we visited Oakhurst, and in that period prices have held steady, but there is a catch — houses move quickly here. The Maple Street listing […]

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Low Key Irwin Street Façade Conceals Spacious Living

By Eric Prokesh / August 17, 2018 / 0 Comments

Things aren’t necessarily what they appear at street level.  From the corner of Irwin Street and Forest Park, 2301 Irwin Street appears to be just the sort of charming, one-story Craftsman-style bungalow one would expect to find in Mistletoe Heights. I continue to marvel at the variety of venerable Near Southside neighborhoods — Berkley, Park […]

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