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South Hulen Brick and Stone - Open Sunday Dec 16 from 1 - 5 PM - $193,990

If You Get Out Early Sunday, You Can Sneak in a Visit to this Awesome Brick and Stone Showcase Home before the Cowboys-Eagles game.

This Gorgeous Home Squeezes So Many Features into it's 2393 Sq Ft of Living Space.  Enter the downstairs Master Bedroom through double French Doors, and find a spacious Owner's Suite that is sure to please.  The master bath has a garden tub and a marble shower, and a large walk-in closet.

The kitchen is gourmet-sized, with food-prep island, a huge walk-in pantry, lots of cabinetry and counter space and a wrap-around serving bar that opens into both the breakfast area and the roomy Family Room.  What a great place to watch the upcoming Super Bowl.

                      

There is a flex room just off the entry/foyer which can easily serve as a third living area, or a den/study computer room, or even a formal office for those who "telecommute."  It has an airy open feel to it with its tall eyebrow window opening to the front landscaped flower bed.

Upstairs are two spacious bedrooms... both with walk-in closets, a full bath, and a full-size Game Room.  The gorgeous Brick and Stone Front Elevation shown above is included in the $193,990 price.  Also, if you purchase before the end of the year, you'll benefit from your choice of several "builder's specials."

To View This Gorgeous Home, from Hulen Street and I-20 in Southwest Fort Worth, take Hulen Street south about four miles to Risinger Road, turn Right, and about a mile down Risinger, you'll find the entrance to the Brand New Neighborhood of Llano Springs.  Enter about a half mile, and you'll see the above model on the right !  Donna will be there to greet you !

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To see even more terrific homes like the one above, visit Karen Anne Stone's website at www.NewHomeHuntersDFW.com . Or, call the New Home Hotline at (817) 929-3400.  Karen's email address is KarenAnneStone@gmail.com .

Comment balloon 23 commentsKaren Anne Stone • December 15 2007 11:22PM

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Karen - absolutely darling! Wow-- great square footage and charming home for a wonderful price! So tempting to come to Texas and live there, that is more my style and it feels good on my pocketbook! Very nice photograph. Makes me want to see more photos...
Posted by Arizona Real Estate Associate Broker (MR Realty) about 10 years ago
Karen Anne, What a beautiful house!  I love the brickwork and the yard is gorgeous!  Nice price too!
Posted by Roberta LaRocca, REALTOR®, Broker, Salesperson, Property Management (Simply Vegas Real Estate) about 10 years ago
Hi Candace:  This really is a darling house.  These prices are typical for Fort Worth.  No bubble here... so no pricing bubble to burst like what has happened in so many other areas.  I would love to see you move here.  You can get so much for your home-buying dollar.  And... you don't have the crazy heat you have in Phoenix.  So you like the photo, huh ?  Well... I have this really great photographer who takes them.  Her name is Karen Anne, and she takes all of my photos.  LOL.  Thanks for your kind comments.  Take care, be well.
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) about 10 years ago
Hi Roberta:  Yes, this builder has such a flair for building unique and beautiful home exteriors.  The brick and stone work is so appealing... it creates such a great "streetscape" when driving up to it.  The pricing is typical of Fort Worth.  We have gradually increasing prices, so no bubble to burst.  How cool is that !  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) about 10 years ago

Hi Karen- Wow! What a gorgeous home. I could move right in this one. I was reading your profile and you have some great experiences in real estate. I am curious, how is new home construction and sales going in the Fort Worth area? I am not at all familiar with your area. My husband is a contractor in Grand Rapids Michigan. The new home construction is not going so well here ( except for high end homes East of Grand Rapids). I have been hearing word of a number of national builders taking big losses this past year including some going bankrupt. I am optimistic though for a turn around in the national real estate market in another couple years.

Posted by Sue Prins, Realtor- Greater Grand Rapids, MI (Five Star Real Estate) about 10 years ago
Wow, Karen. . .that's a beautiful home.  And what a price!!!  You can imagine what that same home would cost in Maryland!
Posted by Teri Deane, Realtor, ABR, CRS, SFR - The Deane Team (RE/MAX 100) about 10 years ago
Hi Teri:  I would imagine at least $450,000 or maybe even more ?  What is your best guess it would go for in Columbia, MD ?  My local readers would love to hear your idea of what this home would sell for up there.  Thanks in advance for sharing.  :)
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) about 10 years ago
Karen - This home is lovely. I love brick and stone on a house. The price is unbelievable compared to us here in the northeast.
Posted by Judy Tuscano, NH Real Estate Professional (Prudential Verani Realty) about 10 years ago
Yes, Karen, it would definitely be somewhere in the $500K range in Howard County -- more or less depending on the neighborhood, location, lot layout & size, etc.
Posted by Teri Deane, Realtor, ABR, CRS, SFR - The Deane Team (RE/MAX 100) about 10 years ago
Hi Judy:  The brick and stone on the front elevation truly make it look like a castle.  Pricing here in the Fort Worth area has been on a more gradual upward slope for years.  No sharp price jumps of 15% to 20% a year here... so there is no real estate bubble to burst.  That is just very good news for Fort Worth home buyers.  Thanks for your kind comments, Judy.
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) about 10 years ago
Hi Sue:  It is true that several of the local "production" builders had built way too many spec homes over the last year, but those homes have pretty much all been sold.  So... the number of new homes currently on the market has pretty much stablized.  This time of year is traditionally slower due to the Thanksgiving thru Christmas and New Years Day holiday activity, but every year like clockwork things pick up after the first of the year.  I am guessing that will happen in Fort Worth, too.  Thanks for visiting...
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) about 10 years ago
Hi again Teri:  That is just incredible.  The same home that is $193,990 here in Fort Worth selling for $500,000 in Columbia, Maryland.  How great it is for our local homebuyers to have such affordable housing... and no snow to shovel like you do up north.  Thanks for sharing your info, Teri.  Take care...
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) about 10 years ago
Hi again Teri:  That is just incredible.  The same home that is $193,990 here in Fort Worth selling for $500,000 in Columbia, Maryland.  How great it is for our local homebuyers to have such affordable housing... and no snow to shovel like you do up north.  Thanks for sharing your info, Teri.  Take care...
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) about 10 years ago
I'm amazed at the prices in your area.  I wish we had those prices here.  That house would cost a mint here.  
Posted by Adele Irving - Easton Area Homes (Prudential Patt, White Real Estate) about 10 years ago
Hi Adele:  Yes, the prices are great.  So, tell me... what would this lovely brick and stone home sell for in the Easton, Lehigh Valley area of Pennsylvania ?  Give me your best guess ?
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) about 10 years ago
Based on some houses I've seen this house would sell for about $400,000.
Posted by Adele Irving - Easton Area Homes (Prudential Patt, White Real Estate) about 10 years ago
Adele, I kind of thought that would be the price.  It't hard to believe the price differences in different parts of the country.
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) about 10 years ago
Hi Karen, how different markets and home values.  This home looks beautiful, the price is fabulous, the locations sounds great....what more can a buyer want?  Nice listing post Karen.
Posted by Gary White~Grand Rapids Home Selling Pro Call: 616-821-9375, Real Estate Services You can Trust! (Flexit Realty "Flexible Home Selling Solutions") about 10 years ago
Hi Gary:  Yes, very different.  And you notice it is not covered with snow, either. LOL.  Hope you didn't get too much snow and ice up there.  I see many folks "post" their listings using those "postlets" forms.  They are nice, but I would much rather individualize by posting them and writing all about them.  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) about 10 years ago

Karen:

Another beautiful home and it looks like a great price. What is the average days on market for properties in your area right now?

Posted by Alan Kirkpatrick, Alan in Austin (Austin Texas Homes) about 10 years ago
Hi Alan:  Like anything else in real estate, the most correct answer is usually "it depends."  Well-priced (and I do not mean 'under-priced') homes will sell in thirty days or so.  Over-priced homes, less than wonderful locations, etc, can take six to nine months.  With those, price is always the best negotiator.  So, it depends.  Thanks for your kind thoughts.  Take care...
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) about 10 years ago

Hi Karen:

Thanks for the information. I do understand it all depends but it seems like things are still doing well in Texas all things considered. Be Blessed.

Posted by Alan Kirkpatrick, Alan in Austin (Austin Texas Homes) about 10 years ago
Hi Alan:  Yes, all things considered, we here in Fort Worth and Austin have real estate markets that are in so much better shape than many other parts of the country that were considered "hot spots" just one year ago.  We are blessed.  We are in the typical November to January holiday span where Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years are both a blessing and a distraction, but January is just around the corner.  Take care... have a Merry Christmas.  Thanks for dropping by...    Karen Anne
Posted by Karen Anne Stone, Fort Worth Real Estate (New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County) about 10 years ago

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