University Place

Cute Cottage in University Place Has Hidden Depth

By Eric Prokesh / August 14, 2020 / 0 Comments
Cute Cottage

Don’t be deceived by the endearing modesty of this cute cottage in desirable University Place. Behind the dissembling façade of this 1940 vintage colonial lies over 3,000 square feet of living space and four bedrooms and three full baths with multiple living areas. On entering, the charm offensive continues with impeccable original hardwood floors and […]

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Shirley Avenue Bungalow Benefits from Choice Location

By Eric Prokesh / July 31, 2020 / 0 Comments
Shirley Avenue

Reflecting on the truly ghastly economic news today, I can only marvel at the seemingly impregnable robustness of the local real estate market. Take, for example, this undeniably charming bungalow priced at the high end of the University Place average square foot price of around $250 per. Listed on July 21st it was under contract […]

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University Place Bungalow Gets Straight As

By Seth Fowler / April 17, 2018 / 0 Comments

There’s something about living in a university town.  While there is much more to Fort Worth than Texas Christian University, the city benefits greatly from having a beautiful campus smack-dab in the middle of town. If you’ve never been to the TCU campus, you certainly need to check it out.  While they might have overdone […]

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Stealth Dorms? Historic District Neighboring TCU Wants to Limit Cohabiting College Co-Eds

By Joanna England / October 7, 2014 / 0 Comments

  This is an interesting story out of Fort Worth, as some neighborhoods push back against big, zero-lot-line homes full of college kids by proposing an overlay to limit unrelated adult residents to three per single-family home instead of the current five. The overlay, which in its current version would not grandfather existing properties, is facing some […]

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Friday Five Hundred: Finding Form And Function in Fort Worth

By Joanna England / September 5, 2014 / 0 Comments

In the $400K to $500K range, there’s a lot of new construction in Fort Worth. And while a new home is good every once in a while, seeing the same granite and stainless kitchen can be a little bit boring. Nothing against Fort Worth: I love the city and it’s awesome south side and the […]

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