Downtown Victorian Home OfficeRare opportunity to own this mixed-use property, one mile from the courthouse. Built circa 1885, the Getzendaner House is a true gem. Sitting on Samuels Ave., the structure has 3 stories, an amazing wrap-around...
Downtown Victorian Home OfficeRare opportunity to own this mixed-use property, one mile from the courthouse. Built circa 1885, the Getzendaner House is a true gem. Sitting on Samuels Ave., the structure has 3 stories, an amazing wrap-around porch, and extra driveway to accommodate 6+ plus vehicles, all on a corner lot. The current owners were awarded a residential rehabilitation award from Historic Fort Worth for their work in 2013 to completely renovate the property. Property is within the DUDD (downtown Urban Design Guidleines) ,it is not historically designated. Zoned MU1.
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