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Dream Street 2020: And the Winners are…

After a month of showcasing the incredible designs of Fort Worth Magazine’s Dream Street, it’s time to reveal which designs made the biggest impression on those who visited. Everyone who toured the Dream Street in Southlake’s Oxford Place also got the chance to vote for each home to win in the following categories: Best Interior Design, Best

Dream Street 2020: The Furnishings of 1104 High Court

Inspired by the Texas Hill Country, Heritage Homes’ Dream Street home at 1104 High Court incorporates furnishings that nod to the outdoors. Natural woods and custom greenery weave their way throughout the design, while other eclectic pieces give the home a modern edge. Here’s a peek at some of the pieces you’ll find inside. See

Dream Street 2020: Fly Through the Completed Project [Video]

Our 2020 Dream Street — a trio of luxury homes in Southlake’s Oxford Place development — is now complete and open for touring. Get a sneak peek at all three homes in the video below. Fly Through the Completed Dream Street from Fort Worth Magazine on Vimeo.  

Dream Street 2020: Products and Finishes from 1105 High Court

WillowTree Custom Homes’ 7,551-square-foot Dream Street home at 1105 HIgh Court in Southlake sports five bedrooms, 7.5 baths, and two garages, including a perfect showroom for your classic. It’s listed for sale at $3.795 million through Tommy Pistana of Compass. WillowTree Custom Homes’ Dream Street home, a 7,551-square-foot rustic contemporary at 1105 High Court in

Dream Street 2020: 1100 High Court Builder Jon Atwood [Video]

Atwood Custom Homes’ Jon Atwood shares his personal favorite room at 1100 High Court, one of the three homes that make up Fort Worth Magazine’s Dream Street. See all three in person now through Oct. 25. Tickets and more information about touring are available here.

Dream Street 2020: A Chat with Our Publisher

Longtime followers of Fort Worth Magazine are familiar with the Dream Home, our annual team-up with the area’s best builders, designers, and vendors to create a luxury home decked out with the latest in technology and interior design. Take that project and multiply it times three, and it’s a whole ‘nother animal. Now that all three homes are

Dream Street 2020: 1104 High Court Builder John Webb [Video]

Get to know John Webb of Heritage Homes, the builder of 1104 High Court — one of the three luxury homes that make up the Fort Worth Magazine Dream Street. See the home in person when tours begin Saturday. Dream Street 2020: 1104 High Court Builder John Webb from Fort Worth Magazine on Vimeo.

Looking Back at 20 Years of Dream Homes

Fort Worth Magazine’s Dream Home turns 20 this year, and, my, have we covered a broad swath of design trends. Our baby turns 20 this year, and, man, has it grown up and covered a lot of ground since becoming a young adult. The magazine’s annual partnerships with luxury builders, designers, and subcontractors began in

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