2319 Colonial Parkway | Colonial Hills | Listed by John Zimmerman. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty
Finding the perfect home at a reasonable price is quite the challenge. And in a market where inventory is low and home prices are high, it’s safe to say that more buyers than ever agree.
Luckily, we have a handful of homes with new price tags that deserve your attention. Check out these Fort Worth homes; all with newly reduced prices:
Golf-course views at Colonial Country Club highlight this well-appointed contemporary. Worldly design elements include columns from a French church, hand painted Portuguese tiles, African Limba wood paneling and two Italian Bertazzoni ranges.
New construction, old-world architecture and stunning waterfront views complete this bluff-top estate. On two acres aside the main body Eagle Mountain Lake, owners will enjoy watching world-class yachting right outside the kitchen window.
This architectural dream in Bella Flora presents the rare opportunity to own true contemporary beauty in Fort Worth. The design, which focuses on natural beauty, thoughtfully and equally incorporates technology.
6304 Greenway Road | Listed by Clay Brants and Anthony Chaumont
Character and charm exude from this two-story, traditional home; positioned on a half-acre lot in Ridglea. Walls of windows overlook the backyard, which includes a pool and covered entertainment center with a bar and fireplace – plus guest house.
2542 Greene Avenue | Listed by Bethany Oram and Sharon Crockett
Find every detail you desire in this bungalow home with top-of-the-line upgrades throughout. The kitchen is fit for a chef, and the master suite is perfect for relaxing with picturesque views of the resort-style backyard.
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