Monticello

Dreamy Dorothy Lane Cottage in Monticello is Quite The Find

By Eric Prokesh / May 31, 2019 / 0 Comments
Dorothy Lane

Quite the find — that’s what I would call this precious 1945 cottage at 3517 Dorothy Lane. Not only does it have a choice Monticello location right across from Monticello Park, but it is definitely priced to move, at nearly 20 percent below the average square foot Monticello average. The listing treats this enchanting charmer as […]

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No Place Like Home? Delicious Deja Vu on Monticello’s Dorothy Lane

By Eric Prokesh / May 17, 2019 / 1 Comment
Dorothy Lane

Since I am taking a much needed break in New York, why not write about a Fort Worth listing worthy of the New York Times real estate pages? Well-located, well-priced, and well-appointed 3401 Dorothy Lane has it all. Located across Monticello Park off of White Settlement Road (not to worry, as it’s quiet as a […]

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Hang Your Stockings with Care in This Fort Worth Classic Colonial

By Karen Eubank / December 20, 2018 / 0 Comments

This Fort Worth Classic Colonial is the perfect holiday home. Located at 3912 Lenox Drive, our Inwood Home of the Week is located in the sought-after Monticello neighborhood. It has the treasured traditional elements we love, as well as flawless updates. Best of all, it’s received the talented touch of the JSH Design team. There’s […]

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Winsome Monticello Manor on Virginia Place

By Eric Prokesh / June 8, 2018 / 0 Comments

The U.S. Census Bureau says that more people are moving to Texas than any other state. Tracking population from 2016 to 2017, they found San Antonio to be the most populous with a population now of 1.5 million. But guess what city was next in population growth in this state? Fort Worth.Other cities experiencing population […]

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New Build in Monticello Boasts Timeless Style

By Eric Prokesh / May 25, 2018 / 0 Comments

Ever on the lookout for a new build we can love, I stumbled onto a Monticello gem of a listing at 3710 West 6th Street that has timeless appeal in a perfect west side location. The style isn’t just traditional, it’s Texas Mediterranean vernacular that, at first glance, you might mistake for a 1920s’ era […]

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A Tale of Two Houses: Tudor Receives Revival in Monticello

By Seth Fowler / May 15, 2018 / 0 Comments

I have a great idea! HGTV should make a TV show where they take a total clunker of a home and turn it back to its original greatness … they could call it “Revival House” or something like that.  (Of course I would star in the show, too!) The first episode would feature the home […]

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