Mid Century Modern

O Alert: Just Hit MLS, This Sleek, Stunning, Go GaGa Preston Hollow Ranch is Making Me Quiver… (Know What I Mean?)

By Candy Evans / October 16, 2015 / 6 Comments

Once in awhile we publish a house that is so fabulous, we say it’s the “O-Alert”. When I give out the “O-Alert”, you know this is one piece of House Porn you just stop everything for and LOOK! Feast your eyes on this fresh listing: a simple 1950’s ranch at 6722 Norway, between Thackery and […]

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Perfectly Located Greenway Parks Mid Century Mod on Huge, Hefty Lot: Oh The Possibilites!

By Candy Evans / October 12, 2015 / 1 Comment

This is one of those Real Estate sleepers you might not think about giving a second glance at first blush. I mean, best spot on the block between West Greenway and Inwood and yes, the front door is Feng Sui red and all, but the home was built in 1948 on a humongous Greenway Parks […]

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North Dallas Home Tour Celebrates Architecture Found in Just One Square Mile

By Joanna England / September 1, 2015 / 1 Comment

An idea had been bouncing around in the back of Kathy Adcock-Smith’s mind for a while. How could she promote preservation inside her small North Dallas neighborhood? Walnut Hill is a tidy square mile, bounded by Royal Lane on the north, Midway on the east, Walnut Hill on the south, and Marsh on the west. […]

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Friday Four Hundred: Renovated Split-Level in Lochwood Has Mounds of Midcentury Charm

By Joanna England / July 3, 2015 / 0 Comments

This home just went on the market Thursday, and as of Friday morning I have received five messages and emails about this home. Something tells me that this cute Lochwood mid-century modern won’t be on the market for too long! Everything in this 1961 split-level has been remodeled or replaced, according to listing agent Meg […]

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Fort Worth Friday: Are You Ready For a Trip Back in Time?

By Joanna England / May 15, 2015 / 0 Comments

Because that’s what this exceptionally preserved two-story mid-century modern home built in 1953. It’s in the Berkeley Place neighborhood, just a jump from the Fort Worth Zoo. And folks, this home is a total time warp! It’s so immaculate that I could imagine Don Draper sitting down in one of those Eames chairs in the […]

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AIA Fort Worth Hosts Talk by Historian Quentin McGown on Frank Lloyd Wright

By Joanna England / May 13, 2015 / 0 Comments

If you have a spare hour tonight, head over to the UTA Fort Worth Center at 7 p.m. for a free talk by historian Quentin McGown on how Frank Lloyd Wright has influenced North Texas architecture. McGown, who has written books about the built history of Fort Worth, will examine the Wrightian hallmarks you can […]

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