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Dream Street 2020: Inside 1100 High Court, the ‘Splintered Massing’

Splintered massing is how builder John Atwood of Atwood Custom Homes describes the architectural layout of this house. “When you build a single-story house and you spread it out, you got masses that are splintered throughout,” Atwood explains. The home’s entryway is a 700-square-foot hall with large, 10-foot-tall windows overlooking the pool. On either side

Dream Street 2020: Inside 1105 High Court, the Manhattan Mansion

WillowTree Custom Homes and designer Susan Semmelmann found inspiration in New York for the interior of their 2020 Dream Street home at 1105 High Court in Southlake’s Oxford Place. Semmelmann calls the style “rustic contemporary,” exemplified by New York’s 1 Hotel Central Park, which finished its rooms in natural elements like woods and metals and

Dream Street 2020: 1104 High Court Designer Traci Darden [Video]

Think Hill Country with a modern flair. Here’s what designer Traci Darden of Elements of Design has to say about her work on 1104 High Court, one of the three homes that make up Fort Worth Magazine’s Dream Street. See the home in person when tours begin Oct. 3. Dream Street 2020: 1104 High Court Designer Traci

Dream Street 2020: Inside 1104 High Court, the Hill Country Hideout

The house at 1104 High Court draws inspiration from architectural styles popular in the Texas Hill Country, defined by sloped metal roofing and stone incorporated throughout the exterior. Large windows also draw the outside in, giving the home’s dwellers ample views of the surrounding landscape. A modern, Hill Country aesthetic defines the design of 1104 High

Dream Street 2020: 1105 High Court Designer Susan Semmelmann [Video]

Designer Susan Semmelmann talks about the inspiration behind 1105 High Court, one of three homes on Fort Worth Magazine’s inaugural Dream Street in Southlake. See the home in person when tours begin Oct. 3. Dream Street 2020: 1105 High Court Designer Susan Semmelmann from Fort Worth Magazine on Vimeo.

What to Expect for Dream Street 2020

The houses are built, the furniture’s in place, and Fort Worth Magazine’s first-ever Dream Street is just about ready to welcome guests for the grand tour in October. So what’s this Dream Street all about? Here’s all you need to know about the project and how to see it for yourself. What exactly is the Dream Street?

Dream Street 2020: Our Charity, a Wish with Wings

Fort Worth Magazine’s first Dream Street project — three homes built in Southlake’s new Oxford Place and open for touring in October — benefits a charity that grants wishes to children with life-threatening conditions. COVID-19 hasn’t been kind to a Wish with Wings, Fort Worth Magazine’s official charity, in its 38th year of fulfilling the wishes of

Want to Live on the Dream Street? 2 Homes for Sale in Southlake

We’re nearing completion on the trio of homes that make up Fort Worth Magazine’s Dream Street — and two of the three are currently up for sale. Located in the heart of Southlake in the luxurious Oxford Place development, the neighborhood boasts proximity to the shops and restaurants at Southlake Town Square, as well as top-rated schools like

Construction on 2020 Dream Street Nears Finish Line

Our three homebuilders rumble toward the finish line and get ready to hand off to a group of designers, who will outfit these luxury showrooms with the latest in furnishings and accessories. Fort Worth Magazine’s 2020 Dream Street — three luxury homes under construction next to each other in a cul-de-sac in Southlake — is roaring