Seth Fowler

The 2020 Quarantine Dream Home Continues to Take Shape

By Seth Fowler / March 31, 2020 / 0 Comments
2020 Quarantine Dream Home putting green

Last week, I started designing the mythical 2020 Quarantine Dream Home. Taking interesting and unique features from previously showcased Tarrant County Tuesday homes, we are designing the ultimate home to be socially distanced. As the “Great Quarantine of 2020” continues (and no end yet in sight) we continue to “build” the Quarantine Dream Home. Remember […]

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Creating the 2020 Quarantine Dream Home

By Seth Fowler / March 24, 2020 / 0 Comments

Quarantine. Social Distancing. Isolation. Call it what you want but these are crazy times for sure. Did you ever envision we’d all be working from home, stockpiling toilet paper and rubbing alcohol? Life must go on, and so must Tarrant County Tuesday! As long as there are homes with tales to tell, sanitizer on my […]

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Colonial Revival Style Revived in Montserrat

By Seth Fowler / March 17, 2020 / 0 Comments
Colonial Revival in Montserrat

During the first half of the 20th century the dominant style for home construction was Colonial Revival. From 1910 to 1930s in America, nearly half of the homes built were in this simple, but elegant style that refers to early English and Dutch houses. Colonial Revival Revived Today, the Colonial Revival style is seen in […]

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Walsh Sales Continue as Neighborhood Expands

By Seth Fowler / March 3, 2020 / 0 Comments

Spring is here. Birds are chirping. Weeds are growing. Home sales are happening across the D/FW Metroplex — not that there’s ever a huge slow down. Just west of Fort Worth in the development of Walsh, sales continue in the initial phase of the community as Phase Two nears anticipated release to the public. Created […]

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This 2004 Dream Home in Monticello is Even Dreamier After Updating

By Seth Fowler / February 25, 2020 / 0 Comments

Dream Homes are great until they become dated. That’s what lead us to this Monticello listing. After renovation, this dream home even dreamier.

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First Home on Monticello Drive Hits the Market

By Seth Fowler / February 18, 2020 / 0 Comments
3829 Monticello Drive - For Sale

What were you doing in 1935? If you happened to be in Fort Worth at that time, you would have seen the first home on Monticello Drive under construction. That home, 3829 Monticello Drive, is now available. This stately English Tudor home is built on two homesites — hey, they got there first so they […]

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