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Privacy, Space, Exclusivity, And Value All on Ridgehaven Road

By Seth Fowler / June 4, 2019 / 0 Comments

Quick question: How many one acre (or larger) homesites exist within a 1.5-mile radius of three of Fort Worth’s most exclusive country clubs? Quick answer: Not many. If you’re a fan of Tarrant County Tuesday (and I know you are) you probably see a unifying thread from last week’s post — exclusive country club homes on […]

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Midcentury Meets Modern Hip in Ridglea Hills

By Seth Fowler / April 18, 2017 / 0 Comments

Guess what classic architectural style for homes is hip and trendy these days? If you guessed midcentury modern, then you are correct. The Ridglea Hills neighborhood in Fort Worth is on of the best areas for midcentury modern homes, and there is a newly re-done home that’s a must see!

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Mira Vista Home Gives Buyers What They Want

By Seth Fowler / October 18, 2016 / 0 Comments

Ask any listing agent and they will tell you how important it is to receive feedback from other agents and their clients.  As an agent, it drives me crazy when I either don’t receive any feedback at all, or I get such generic feedback such as, “this home doesn’t work for my client.”  Gee, that […]

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Fort Worth Friday: Duplex Conversion Creates Delightful Double-Faced Home in Arlington Heights

By Eric Prokesh / December 18, 2015 / 0 Comments

  Ah, titillating ambiguity! This home at 800 Virginia Place in Arlington Heights is just such an agreeable experience. Glimpsed  from a casual drive-by, the house could be mistaken for new construction — but was in fact built in 1936. Does it front Virginia or 7th Street? On a corner half-acre lot, the result of an adroit up/down duplex to […]

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