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Quirky & Beautiful single family homes & apartments for rent in historic Fort Worth neighborhoods

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Upstairs at the pink duplex

Off the red bricks of Camp Bowie

Available early October, 2016

We don't have an exact date cause we're redoing it and we've got a lot going on over there. We'll start showing it when we get closer to finishing it.

  • About 980 square feet
  • One bed & one bath
  • Open floor plan
  • W/D hookups
  • Dishwasher & disposal
  • Hardwood floors
  • Right for a single or a couple
  • By the Arlington Heights and Westover HIlls neighborhoods by I-30 and Camp Bowie
  • Year long lease please
  • Only tiny dogs and cats

Call or text Alyssa (817) 822-9009

 

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everything we've got


From tiny houses to big homes we hope we have what you're looking for

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everything we've got


From tiny houses to big homes we hope we have what you're looking for

All of Our Properties

In the Fairmount-Southside National Historic District off Magnolia

&

near Fort Worth's Cultural District and museums off camp bowie

We have a property under each star ... Everything is at least 100 years old ... All with in three miles of downtown Fort Worth

Hit the yellow button on each property for more info and pics pics


the pink duplex off camp bowie

Off the red bricks of Camp Bowie

Two apartments in a 1910 duplex -- one upstairs and one downstairs. The building is a block off of the red bricks on Camp Bowie and next to Westover Hills and Arlington Heights.

  • About 980 square feet
  • One bed & one bath
  • Sized for a single or a couple
  • Hardwood floors
  • Open floor plan
  • Washer dryer hookups
  • Dishwasher & disposal
  • Fenced backyard
  • Year long lease please
  • Only tiny dogs and cats

Rented until

Upstairs: Sometime beginning of October, 2016

We're working on the upstairs apt now, we're not sure when we'll

be done ... We'll update this post as soon as we know.

Downstairs: Dec 1, 2016


The Bomar apartment building

In the Fairmount National Historic District

Six apartments in a 1907 building -- the last standing 6-plex apartment building from that time left in Fort Worth. It's two blocks south of Magnolia Avenue.

  • About 980 square feet
  • One bed & one bath
  • Sized for a single or a couple
  • Hardwood floors
  • Open floor plan
  • Porches
  • Tall ceilings
  • Clawfoot tubs and pedestal sinks
  • Beautiful light
  • Some units have exposed clapboard walls
  • Year long lease please
  • Only tiny dogs and cats

Rented until

 

Apt 1: Nov23, 2016

Apt 2: May17, 2017

Apt 3: Jun21, 2017

 

Apt 4: Nov18, 2016

Apt 5: Apr11, 2017

Apt 6: Mar31, 2017


The bungalow near magnolia avenue

In the Fairmount National Historic District

A full on house -- three bedrooms and 2 bathrooms -- from the early 1900s. It's a few blocks south of Magnolia Avenue.

  • About 1,800 square feet
  • Three beds & two baths
  • Sized for a single, a couple, room mates or a family
  • Hardwood floors
  • Tall ceilings
  • Front porch
  • Formal living & dining rooms
  • Vintage O'Keefe and Merrit gas oven and stove

Rented until May 15, 2017


The hurley house

In the Fairmount National Historic District

Four apartments in a 19-teens building. It is seven blocks south of Magnolia Avenue on the boundary between the Ryan Place and Fairmount neighborhoods.

  • About 980 square feet
  • One and two bedrooms
  • Sized for singles, couples or roommates
  • Hardwood floors
  • Porches
  • Tall ceilings
  • Vintage cabinets
  • Some units have a claw foot tub
  • Coin operated washer and dryer in the common utility room

Rented until

Apt A: Sept 6, 2017

Apt B: June 16, 2017

 

Apt C: June 2, 2017

Apt D: June 11, 2017


The 4Plex on Hawthorne

In the Fairmount National Historic District

Four simple apartments in a 19teens building, seven blocks south of Magnolia Avenue.

  • About 780 square feet
  • One bed & one bath
  • Sized for singles or couples
  • Window units
  • Hardwood floors
  • Porches
  • Coin operated washer and dryer in the common utility room

Rented until

Apt 1: Feb 15, 2017         Apt 2: Mar 17, 2017

              Apt 3: July 3, 2017           Apt 4: Feb 4, 2017                                    


The garage apartment off magnolia

In the Fairmount National Historic District

A tiny, stand alone house tucked under pecan trees, a block off of Magnolia Avenue.

  • About 600 square feet
  • One bed & one bath
  • Sized for singles or a couple
  • Window units
  • Gas heat
  • Gas stove
  • Cement floors
  • Covered front porch

Rented until July 5, 2017


THE *Two* TINY HURLEY HOUSEs

In the Fairmount National Historic District

Two tiny houses above four garage bays. They are seven blocks south of Magnolia Avenue on the boundary between the Ryan Place and Fairmount neighborhoods.

  • About 300 square feet
  • Single room
  • Sized for a single
  • Tiled floor
  • Window unit
  • Coin operated washer and dryer in the common utility room

Rented until

Apt E (right): June 2, 2017

Apt F (left):  Nov 5, 2017

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Hi


a little bit about us and a little bit about our buildings

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Hi


a little bit about us and a little bit about our buildings

 

Rent Historic Fort Worth is a Fort Worth owned and operated business.

We have been acquiring single family homes and vintage apartment buildings in historic Fort Worth neighborhoods since 2011 and we now have a total of 20 doors -- everything from tiny houses to big homes. Each is quirky and beautiful, irregular and uneven. Everything we own is over 100 years old and we are proud as heck to be their owners.

All of the properties (expect for the Hurley House and the Tiny Hurley House) were derelict when we bought them, nearly falling in or down. We begun restoring them -- often using dumpster dive and up-cycled materials -- with the talents of local tradesmen and craftsmen. Each month, we fix them a little bit more. They are now filled with life -- affordable places to live near all things good in Fort Worth.

The stars above show the property locations -- in the National Historic Fairmount District, and off of the red bricks on Camp Bowie. 

If you're looking for spaces that are very different from most places you've ever lived, please contact us.

Everything is shown by appointment once it becomes available.

Hopefully we'll have a space that works for you.

(We read these every day)

drop us a line.