North Fort Worth New Home in Brand New Community - Two Story Brick and Stone - $202,391

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Real Estate Agent with New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County

This Beautiful two story brick and stone home features a very private Downstairs Master Suite, Gourmet kitchen with oversized walk-in pantry, island, and wrap-around serving bar which opens into the Family Room. 

The Master Suite has a large walk-in closet, double marble vanities, and a marble stall shower and corner garden tub.  There is a bonus room in the front... with the eyebrow window... which can be a third living area, a formal dining room, or a den/study/computer room.

The upstairs features two spacious bedrooms... both with walk-in closets, a Jack'n'Jill bath, and a Game Room.  An additional bedroom upstairs is available if you choose to custom-build the four bedroom version.  Also included are double-pane triple-thermal insulated e-windows and 14 SEER Trane air conditioning.

For your very own personal tour of this home, please call Karen Anne Stone at (817) 929-3400.  This home is also featured on Karen Anne's website... www.NewHomeHuntersOfTarrantCounty.com .  Karen Anne can also be reached by email at KarenAnneStone@gmail.com .

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Susie Roscoe
Signature Realty Associates - Brandon, FL
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I guess you just get used to seeing all the beautiful BRICK HOMES in Fort Worth...but this looks like the making of a CASTLE to me!!  We have mostly block and stucco homes so the brick is a TREAT!
Nov 09, 2007 05:36 AM #1
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Karen Anne Stone
New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County - Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth Real Estate
Hi Susie:  Yes, almost all of the homes are brick in DFW.  It was quite a thing to get used to when I moved here from Cleveland years ago.  Up there, everything was good ol' fashioned siding.  The Connecticut colonial look.  Cape Cods, Salt Box colonials, all with siding.  On some of the original maps of the Cleveland area, all of northeastern Ohio was referred to as "New Connecticut."  Thanks so much for visiting.
Nov 09, 2007 11:17 AM #2
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Joanne Hanson
Coldwell Banker Colorado Rockies Real Estate - Frisco, CO
Summit County, Colorado Realtor
How much?  $202,000???  Wow, I am amazed.  I can't get a two bedroom (old) condo here for that!   No wonder Texans have sticker shock when they come here.
Nov 09, 2007 11:42 PM #3
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Karen Anne Stone
New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County - Fort Worth, TX
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Hi Joanne:  It just is so totally astonishing that your market is like that.  How in the world can a couple just starting out buy a home.  One wonderful thing about our Fort Worth market is that the home appreciation here is a nice, gradual 3 percent of so a year... some areas more... but nothing crazy like those markets that are now experiencing a bursting of their real estat bubble.  Our market is laid back... just like Fort Worthians are.  Thanks for taking the time to comment...
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