Mistletoe Heights Fort Worth

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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Midcentury Marvel in Mistletoe Heights

By Eric Prokesh / March 2, 2018 / 0 Comments

Yesterday, prowling the Fort Worth beat from Edward’s Ranch to Rivercrest, I found several enticing listings before landing in front of 2324 Mistletoe Drive in Mistletoe Heights — the hands-down winner for this week’s Fort Worth Friday. Often, in the back of my mind, when looking at a property there is a “could I live here?” […]

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Modern Living on Irwin Street in Historic Mistletoe Heights

By Eric Prokesh / November 3, 2017 / 0 Comments

Many have been captivated by Mistletoe Heights, a venerable early 20th century Near Southside neighborhood. The fabled Wagner ranch family had a Fort Worth home here. Trendy design blogger and soon-to-be television star, Grace Mitchell, launched her design career by lovingly embellishing her Mistletoe Heights digs. Perfectly manicured lawns bear witness to a completed gentrification […]

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Fort Worth Friday: Historic Villa Exudes the Mystique and Magic of Mistletoe Heights

By Candy Evans / October 23, 2015 / 0 Comments

by Eric Prokesh Splendidly sited, on a high Mistletoe Heights bluff, this historic house was built in 1919 for the legendary Waggoner family of Waggoner ranch fame. It was first owned by Anne Waggoner. The hipped roof, Prairie Style Villa with its strong horizontals and gratifying symmetries, presents a formidable facade to the street. A […]

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