Weekend Rundown! Stop by these open houses

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2306 Park Place #2C

Unit 2C in the historic hi-rise Forest Park Tower has a freshly designed interior and is nestled between the Berkeley and Mistletoe neighborhoods that creates the perfect home for a Fort Worth professional. Easy access to highways, restaurants, and shopping! Newly restored in 2014, this condo is engulfed with preserved history and modern conveniences and style. Beautiful parquet floors trace the main living spaces, vintage hex-styled tile in the bathroom and kitchen, and an abundance of natural light fill this darling condo. 

A little history: This is one of the few examples of a high rise apartment building constructed in Fort Worth in the 1920's. Construction on the building began in 1927, but was stopped during after the stock market crash in 1929.  The building finally opened in 1930.  Originally known as the Forest Park Apartments, it was renamed the Forest Park Tower in 2010. The building has a steel frame and is clad in brown brick and cast stone trim. Twin octagonal towers sit on the top of a slightly projecting entrance bay. The structure was developed by Humphrey and Churchill of Dallas.  The building architect was Verne E. Shanklin, also of Dallas. Former residents included Ben Hogan and General John Hulen. This building has basement underground parking, and 36 units total with only 3 apartments per floor.

Open House: Sunday. 2-4pm
Listing Agent: Beth Caraway
Contact: bcaraway@burtladner.com

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6105 Walraven Circle

The Wedgewood neighborhood is selling fast and this darling 4 bed, 3 bath home is a turn-key beauty you'll want to make sure and see!  Incredible finishes include custom cabinetry, quartz counter tops, and marble tile, multiple living spaces, two en-suite master bedrooms (that's right, TWO!), and a wonderful outdoor living space for backyard gatherings. With a new price of $264,900, this spacious home in 76133 won't last long.

Open House: Sunday, 2-4pm
Listing Agent: Jennifer Demel, Sam Demel
Contact: jennifer@burtladner.com, sam@burtladner.com