Landmark Colonial Revival From 1929

3812 Tulsa Way, Fort Worth, TX, 76107, USA
USD|850000USD $850,000
MLS 20612026
Web code MADS
Status Active

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Originally owned by the founder of Acme Brick Co, George Bennett, this 1929 home remained in the Bennett family until 1961. Built in the Colonial Revival style with two stories plus a basement, it is veneered in dark polychrome brick with a distinctive red-tiled gambrel roof. The Tulsa Way Conservation District is included in the Tarrant County Historic Resources Survey. Noted for its remarkably wide street with spacious lots, most of the homes were built in the 1920's and feature a variety of period revival styles. Of the approximately 20 properties in the district, nine are listed in the Historic...
Sites Inventory. Located in the cultural district, one block off of Camp Bowie Blvd, adjacent to the Rivercrest and Monticello areas, it is centrally located, highly walkable, and convenient to the museums, restaurants and shopping. This is unique - exciting to own and restore; an important part of Ft. Worth's history. 3810 Tulsa Way, next door, is also available, both lots are approximately the same size.

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