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.
With a GreatSchools score of 10 out of 10, Tanglewood Elementary is one of the highest-ranked elementary schools in the Fort Worth Independent School District. Access to this exemplary school is just one of the amenities enjoyed by residents who live in the beautiful neighborhoods that surround it.
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.
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.
Stunning design, smart style, quality construction and desirable neighborhoods—Sunday, Oct. 2, is your chance to experience more than 220 beautiful homes throughout the Metroplex. Nearly 50 percent of all buyers use open houses as a source in their home search process, according to the 2015 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers released by the National Association of REALTORS®.
Make the most of your home shopping strategy! From classic cool contemporaries in school-centered communities to clean lined high-rises with spectacular downtown views, homes in every neighborhood, style and price point are opening their doors across Tarrant County.
An uncluttered space makes for an uncluttered mind.
The impact of one’s environment on the mind and emotional wellbeing is often underestimated, especially at home. With clean lines, open spaces and minimal detailing, contemporary-style homes can offer a lifestyle of calm and composure – surrounded by beautiful design.
If you consider your child’s education when purchasing a new home – you aren’t alone. More than 75 percent of homebuyers consider education as an important factor in their home search. And 53 percent say they would buy a new home specifically to get their child into a better school. The same survey conducted by Bank of America also reported that more than 25 percent of those polled said they would plan their move around school breaks, making summer an ideal time to find a new home.
Not only do outdoor living spaces provide fun opportunities for entertaining alfresco, but it’s also a way to increase the value of your home when it comes time to sell. These backyards have all the right amenities that will make you forget about the heat and enjoy summer all year long.