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Ryan Place Pioneer on Elizabeth Boulevard Retains Historic Charm

By Eric Prokesh / May 18, 2018 / 0 Comments

Before I am accused of being lazy, allow me to note that when the first house in the first planned development in Fort Worth — Ryan Place — comes on the market, I can’t not write about it even if it is just down the street from me, on Elizabeth Blvd. When 1112 Elizabeth Blvd. […]

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Charming Westcliff Cottage Offers Location and Updates

By Eric Prokesh / October 20, 2017 / 0 Comments

Just one block south of TCU is one of Fort Worth’s loveliest neighborhoods. Adjectives like “charming,” even “darling” spring to mind when describing Westcliff. And here, comparisons to Dallas are unavoidable. Having lived in Dallas for most of my life, I had to drive through the neighborhood vainly looking for evidence of teardowns. It’s all […]

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Can High Style Set New Price Floor in Ryan Place?

By Eric Prokesh / June 30, 2017 / 2 Comments

For a Ryan Place bungalow, 2625 South Adams unquestionably packs a lot of captivating design punch. From the appealing exterior color scheme, to the enclosed porch with unique under-eave fenestration, the house has not so much been remodeled as reimagined. We’ve run into the creative spirit behind the renovation before. Seasoned rehabber Terri West has excelled herself in […]

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Farming Hemphill Heights or Finding the Next Fairmount

By Eric Prokesh / May 12, 2017 / 1 Comment

Over lunch last week, I discussed my recent post on the premium price of housing stock in Fairmount with Karly Johnston — yes, that Karly Johnston, named by Fort Worth Magazine as one of Fort Worth’s most beautiful women, creator of one of the most followed lifestyle/real estate websites in the city, Selling the Fort, and savvy real estate professional. […]

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So 7 Urban Nest with a View of FW Future

By Eric Prokesh / January 29, 2016 / 0 Comments

  With inventory limited to a handful of available residences, in oh so happening So 7, No. 3403 at 2608 Museum Way, part of the trendy Art House development, probably won’t be long on the market.

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