Historic Properties for Sale or Rent
 
 

5617 Byers Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas 76107 | built 1898

This c.1898 historic home is rumored to have originally been built in Fort Worth's prominent Quality Hill neighborhood alongside Thistle Hill mansion and other prestigious homes. Later moved to Arlington Heights...Read more
 
 
 

221 W. Lancaster Avenue #4001, Fort Worth, Texas 76102 | built 1931

Cliff Garten, artist of the Avenue of Light sculptures along Lancaster Avenue, has been quoted as saying, "They relocated a freeway to preserve historic buildings! Only in Fort Worth!" The buildings preserved included this Wyatt C. Hedrick-designed...Read more
 
 
 

221 W. Lancaster Avenue #4009, Fort Worth, Texas 76102 | built 1931

Eighty years ago, Fort Worth's leaders sought a passenger train station that would help the Texas city shed its image as a place where cattle went to die. They got their wish with the Wyatt C. Hedrick-designed Texas and Pacific Railway Passenger Terminal...Read more
 
 

221 W. Lancaster Avenue #9001, Fort Worth, Texas 76102 | built 1931

The T& P Lofts building was built by the Texas and Pacific Railway as their passenger terminal, opening on October 25, 1931. It was designed in the ZigZag Moderne Art Deco style popular at the time and may be the best example of Art Deco...Read more