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5 months ago

Desirable Design: The Architecture of Walsh

By Morgan Staton

 

At Walsh, as in the best neighborhoods of Fort Worth, the design of an individual home becomes a key piece in the mosaic of a community. The architecture of the neighborhoods of Walsh will honor the past while creating a unique future for its residents. Diverse and eclectic street scenes will be inspired by the rich history and culture of Fort Worth, while houses build upon the architectural traditions of the city’s most beloved neighborhoods.

We seek homes that collectively create timeless and enduring neighborhoods. As such, we have set forth rigorous architectural guidelines that will ensure distinctively and historically grounded architecture that results in thoughtful neighborhood crafting. In Walsh, you will find a blend of custom home designs, Arts & Crafts, Colonial, Mediterranean, Texas Vernacular, Transitional and Tudor… all chosen because of their timeless beauty and historical reflection of distinctive homes in the great neighborhoods of Fort Worth.

The task of carrying out these architectural styles is a great one; and one that we have entrusted in five of the best homebuilders in the country. David Weekley Homes, Drees Custom Homes, Highland Homes, Toll Brothers and Village Homes (custom builders to be announced in the coming months) will carefully and meticulously translate these styles into homes designed to meet the needs and aspirations of the modern family; while also reflecting the historic and timeless architecture of these great neighborhoods.

Our goal is to build a place that will honor the Walsh name, the land itself and the generations of families who will live here. We understand that it is an honor to build homes for people to live their lives in and will be respectful of all that it entails.

Please stay tuned for a feature series on each of these architectural styles, as we review not only their history but also their distinctive features and why we chose them for the Walsh neighborhood.