See the Fabulous Fifties in their full glory at 2601 Hartwood Drive in Fort Worth – a rare and shining example of mid-century modern architecture, from the floor-to-ceiling windows, to the clean lines, to the sculpture bursting out of the brick at the home’s entrance.
Spring has come to Fort Worth, and, with it, a shower of extraordinary homes on the market. You can see them all during the Spring in Bloom Open House Tour this Sunday.
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The welcoming neighborhoods surrounding Tanglewood Elementary are some of the most desirable in Fort Worth, thanks to tall trees, pedestrian friendly streets and a strong community that supports Fort Worth ISD schools.
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The average days on market for homes sold in North Texas in 2015 was 44, down from 63 in 2014. This home is at 2546 Rogers Avenue.
The strong economy in Fort Worth continues to bring growth to our area. Corporations are moving to Texas – 219 from California alone in the past seven years, according to the Dallas Morning News. And many of these headquarters have chosen to call North Texas home, thanks to strong home values and a welcoming business environment.
The home at 3701 Arroyo Road – with its lush front and backyard areas – not only exhibits a welcoming, ranch-style feel, full covered patio and three different living areas, but also sits in a prime location.
Photos and video / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty
Luxury homes abound in Tarrant County – from Southlake to Westover Hills. Here’s a peek into some of the best estates currently available.