All of Our Properties

the Fairmount-Southside National Historic District off Magnolia

&

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

&

the Historic north side

We have a property under each blue dot. Everything is at least 100 years old and all with in three miles of downtown Fort Worth

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

 

 

The North side Lincoln Ave House

On the North Side

A roomy, high ceiling-ed house in the Historic North Side neighborhood. It's a block north of North Side Drive and close to the Stockyards and Downtown.

  • About 1,100 square feet
  • 3 bed/1 living a.k.a. 2 bed/2 living
  • Gas stove
  • One bathroom
  • A laundry/pantry/off-the-kitchen-and-bathroom back room
  • Carpet (brand new never used)
  • W/D hookups
  • Central AC
  • Front porch
  • Back porch
  • Stand up shower
  • Grassy back yard
  • Only tiny dogs and cats

Available NOW


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: Jan 31, 2018

Downstairs: June 2, 2018


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: Nov 28, 2018        
  • Apt 3: June 23, 2018    
  • Apt 5: May 11, 2018    
  • Apt2: May 17, 2018
  • Apt 4: Nov 18, 2017
  • Apt 6: Feb19, 2018

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

Available NOW


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: March 8, 2018
  • Apt C: June 4, 2018
  • Apt B: Jan 6, 2018
  • Apt D: June 9, 2018

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: Oct 22, 2017
  • Apt 3: Oct 23, 2017
  • Apt 2: Mar 15, 2018
  • Apt 4: Feb 4, 2018

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 Nov 2, 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 320 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, 2018

Apt F (left):  Nov 5, 2017