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Now is a great time to find exceptional value on homes in desirable neighborhoods across Tarrant County.
A beautiful backyard can serve as the perfect setting for your June wedding. Whether you choose to celebrate inside a glowing tent or beneath the stars, these homes with sprawling backyards can become the perfect venue for the big day and for a lifetime of memories. Explore the homes below.
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These beautiful homes are open this Sunday … and they all have new prices! It’s time to explore.
3901 Overton Park Drive East | Tanglewood | Listing agent Carol Van Hook
1 Reading Court | Trophy Club | Listing agent Wynne Moore
6304 Greenway Road | Ridglea | Listing agent by John Zimmerman
931 Parkview Lane | Southlake | Listing agent Nanette Luker
6017 Remington Parkway | Colleyville | Listing agent Robert Tyson
Learn more about living in great North Texas neighborhoods. Visit the Best Neighborhoods Site in DFW.
For more luxury homes throughout North Texas, see briggsfreeman.com. President and CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty with offices in Dallas, Fort Worth, Uptown, Lakewood, Ranch and Land, The North, The Ballpark and Southlake.
Kitchens are at their best when filled with the activity of cooking and voices of family or friends. As the kitchen cements its role as the home’s gathering space, industrial appliances and utilitarian finishes are growing in popularity and bringing a commercial flair to residential space.
The 4E Ranch with its grand, wide-open spaces and gorgeous vistas is southwest of historic Glen Rose, TX. Glen Rose is often described as the top of the Texas Hill Country, and after viewing this magnificent ranch with its breath taking views and beautiful sunsets you will understand why.
On newsstands now – Fort Worth, Texas Magazine’s Best of Fort Worth 2016 edition … and Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty gets some praise.
“I started swinging a golf club when I was 3 years old,” recalls Marty Leonard, whose father, Marvin Leonard, founded Colonial Country Club in 1936. Marvin and Marty were the first father and daughter to be inducted into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame, but their close bond went beyond a shared love of the game. “My father was an exceptional man by anyone’s standards, a visionary who could not only look ahead, but could and did complete his visions, both as a businessman and golf course builder,” she says.
If there is one rule in life for Leigh Crates’ father, Wally Schmuck, it is to play by the rules. “Since he was a boy, he has abided by the rules of golf and the rules of life – adhering to both with equal fortitude,” said Crates.
Whether it is the rules of golf or of life that are in question, Crates has always known exactly whom to turn to for help. “Whenever there was a dispute at my son’s competitive golf tournament, I would call my dad,” she said. “And without missing a beat, he would cite the rule book and explain the proper resolution.”