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Focus On Euless - Sneak Peek at A Brand New Home Neighborhood...

There's a New Secret in Euless.  There's a New Neighborhood of Brand New Homes... and Almost Nobody Knows it's There !  But... Karen Anne Stone knows it's there.  Karen Anne is your very own New Home Hunter in Tarrant County.

 

This New Home Neighborhood is going to be very secluded.  Kind of hidden away from all the traffic and hustle and bustle you'd normally find around such a close-in location.

 

Brand New... All Brick and/or Stone, Covered Front Porches, Some Homes Even have a Second Floor Balcony !  Upgraded Appliances, High Efficiency Heat and A/C.

 

There are So Many Interior Custom Features to List, but some of them are Hard Surface Counter Tops, Custom-Built Wood Kitchen Cabinets, Lots of Ceramic Tile, Soaring Ceilings, and So Much More. 

 

Everyone Loves Getting to Pick Out the First Homes.  Everyone Loves Getting To Choose Their Favorite Homesite.  These Beautiful Homes Could Be First Homes for Some, but they will Probably be More For Either for the Move-Up Buyer, or the Down-Sizing, Move-to-A-Smaller-Home buyer.  The "Empty Nester."

Pricing Starts in the 200's.  To Get your Very Own Sneak Peek at all the Floor plans, All the Different Front Elevations that are Available, and to Set Up a Time to Take a Sneak Peek at the New Model, Please Call Karen Anne Stone at (817) 929-3400.

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Please visit Karen Anne's website at www.NewHomeHuntersDFW.com Or, call the New Home Hotline at (817) 929-3400.  Karen's email is KarenAnneStone@gmail.com .

Comment balloon 10 commentsKaren Anne Stone • November 26 2007 11:53PM

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Karen, Hope you're feeling better - missed you at the main event and haven't hear how things are going. Been busy over at my blog :-) Saved you a spot on the hammock. Love learning about this new neighborhood in your area. - keep in touch,.
Posted by Cyndee Haydon, 727-710-8035 Clearwater, Beach Short Sales Luxury Condos &Homes (Charles Rutenberg Realty) almost 12 years ago
Hi Cyndee:  Yes, I very much missed being able to trek on down to Tampa.  And, that hammock sounds wonderful.  I will have to bop over and catch up on your blog again.  Thanks for being my first comment.  Take care... hope you had a great Thanksgiving. 
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) almost 12 years ago
Karen, this neighborhood sounds lovely and that house is a beauty.  We don't see many brick homes in our neck of the woods.  When you're done on Cyndee's hammock, I have a rocker on my porch and a pitcher of fresh lemonade. =)
Posted by Maggie Dokic | Miami, FL | 305.81.HOUSE (46873), GREEN, CDPE, SFR, Pinecrest | Palmetto Bay | (eXp Realty LLC) almost 12 years ago
Euless seems to be full of secrets!  Being away from the hustle and bustle of "life" sounds like the place to LIVE!!  How awesome that you're inviting buyers to the best kept secret!!
Posted by Susie Roscoe, Real Estate Specialist | Brandon, FL (Signature Realty Associates) almost 12 years ago
Hi Maggie:  Yes, this neighborhood is going to be great.  And... it backs right up to Wilshire Park.  I have a feeling it's going to be very popular.  Thanks for your kind comments.  So, you have a rocker and some lemonade waiting for me ?  Maggie, I have been "off my rocker" for quite a while, so spending some quiet time in your rocker will be quite nice.  Thanks for the offer...
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) almost 12 years ago
Hi Susie:  This neighborhood isn't out in the boonies, it's right inside of Euless... part of the Mid-Cities here in the Fort Worth area.  But, it is kind of hidden away, and it backs up to Wilshir Park with its pond, jogging path, picnic area and fishing pier.  Sounds pretty relaxing to me !  Susie, thanks for your kind comments... take care.
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) almost 12 years ago
Karen, you are so funny!  You have a way of describing a house or a neighborhood that makes me want to move to Texas! 
Posted by Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital (RLAH Real Estate) almost 12 years ago
Karen - I really like the brick on these homes, are all neighborhoods in the area like that? 
Posted by Steve Scheer, Highlands Ranch Real Estate - Denver Real Estate (Realty Oasis - Metro Brokers) almost 12 years ago
Hi Patricia:  Wait !  Let me look first... .  Ok, I just checked.  We have room for you, so Come On Down !  Perhaps if we get enough "northerners" down here... we can take over this place !  LOL.  Patricia, thanks so much for your kind comments.  Take care...
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) almost 12 years ago
Hi Steve:  Yes... most neighborhoods have at least three-sides-brick on their homes.  The big brick in Texas is Acme Brick... with Troy Aikman of the Cowboys as their spokesman.  Brick homes are "big" all over Texas.  At first, when I moved here from Cleveland, I thought it was weird.  I wanted a nice, cape-cod or "salt box" colonial with white or gray siding.  Could not find one !  Prolly a good thing, because I would have trouble re-selling it now.  Thanks for visiting.  Take care...
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) almost 12 years ago

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