location, location, location

Among the trees and perched on hill sits 2201 Hidden Creek Road in Westover Hills. (photos: Trey Freeze Media)

You can change a number of features about a home. If you don’t like the brick on the exterior, simply paint the brick. If you don’t like the flooring, then head to your local flooring company. Counters, fixtures and appliances are very easy to change these days.

The only thing you can’t change about a home is location.

From the sky you can see all the privacy that comes with 2201 Hidden Creek Road

Yes this is another “location, location, location” Tarrant County Tuesday.  If it’s location that you want, then location is what you’ll get at 2201 Hidden Creek Road in Westover Hills, Texas.

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Enchanting home designed by Charles Dilbeck

5001 Westridge in England … actually Fort Worth (pPhotos: Trey Freeze Photography)

Charles Dilbeck was a renowned architect of the early 20th Century that designed over 600 homes in Dallas and Fort Worth.  Unlike many architects that stay in the same style or genre, Dilbeck designed homes in a variety of styles throughout his career.

This Dilbeck design at 5001 Westridge Avenue is a French Eclectic home built in the mid-1930s.

To say this home is unique is an understatement.  From the location of the home to the long and winding entrance from the privacy gate to the exterior materials used to the nooks-and-crannies of the interior, this home is truly enchanting!

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