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One-of-a-Kind Rocky Creek Home Has Unexpected Luxury And Privacy

By Seth Fowler / September 29, 2020 / 0 Comments
10700 W Rocky Creek Road

10700 W Rocky Creek Road is a one-of-a-kind home designed by Urban Bobcat Architects to have look-and-feel of a Texas Hill Country dwelling that takes full advantage of the rocky undulating terrain and extraordinary views

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Emery Young Showpiece in Secluded Westside Alcove

By Eric Prokesh / August 28, 2020 / 0 Comments

“He quite clearly and unselfconsciously sees architecture as an art and is unwavering in pursuing that goal. That makes him unique. This sometimes lonely quest has placed Emery Young at the very top of his community of architects.”  That was Dallas architect Frank Welch’s assessment of Emery Young’s work. Emery Young died in 2016, preceding […]

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Retro Beauty With Low-Key Livable Luxury on Monticello’s Best-Preserved Street

By Eric Prokesh / July 24, 2020 / 1 Comment
Virginia Place

This week’s Fort Worth Friday is about as good as it gets. The listing is only days old and interest is robust. That isn’t surprising given that this is one of the loveliest properties to come to market lately. Add to that, Monticello is one of the Westside’s best neighborhoods and this home is a […]

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Location of Colonial Parkway Home is Perfect

By Seth Fowler / January 28, 2020 / 0 Comments

Not all “location, location, locations” are the same. While that mantra gets plenty of play from those in real estate, there are some locations that are higher in stature and demand.

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All I Want For Christmas is This English Georgian Manor House

By Karen Eubank / December 23, 2019 / 0 Comments

We’re departing 2019 in style, with a drop-dead gorgeous, ivy-covered English Georgian manor house in Old Westover Hills, Fort Worth. When I saw this mansion pop up on Realtor.com I thought I’d found my next historic preservation post. Then I saw the next photo and the next. I had one of those “Well, shut my […]

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Masterful Midcentury Modern on Hazelwood Drive Has Aged Gracefully

By Eric Prokesh / November 8, 2019 / 2 Comments
Hazelwood Drive

Time has been kind to this home. Built in 1960, the bold design of the 4,600-square-foot house still thrills with an intensity that hasn’t abated after nearly 60 years. In fact, time has allowed Japanese maple trees to mature and completely realize the original vision. The classic, modern Rivercrest residence blurs the boundaries of interior […]

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