Fort Worth Real Estate News

June 1, 2017

Explore the Best Barbecue on Fort Worth Property

Fort Worth property owners go on the barbecue tour.Whether you just bought Fort Worth property or have been living in Fort Worth for years, the Texas Bar-B-Q Tour is totally worth doing. The tour combines a history of Fort Worth with three stops at award-winning barbecue restaurants. At each stop, tour-goers will be able to taste ribs, brisket, smoked turkey, sausages, and other house specialities. If the pitmaster has time, he or she will come and answer questions. Get an education in the art of choosing the woods for smoking and the temperature to cook the different meats.

Everyone Visiting or Living in Fort Worth Should Try the Tour

Between barbecue stops, the tour will include several famous Fort Worth property sites. See the Historic Stockyards, the Water Gardens, Sundance Square, and Cowboys Stadium, among others. There will be photo opportunities at several stops as well.

The tour stops at three of the six restaurants given top ratings by D Magazine. Off the Bone BBQ was rated number 1 in the area. Smokey’s Barbecue was rated number 4, and Angelo’s Bar-B-Que was number 6. Each has its own secret recipes and approaches to wood and sauces.

Book a spot on the next Texas-Bar-B-Q Tour. See for yourself if you agree with the rating of the restaurants and pick up a few tips to improve your own backyard barbecue game. 


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June 1, 2017

Check out Beautiful Fort Worth Real Estate at the Botanic Garden

Visit beautiful Fort Worth real estate at the Botanic Garden.If you’re looking for inspiration for the yard at your Fort Worth real estate, plan a visit to the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. This little oasis of tranquility will quiet your mind and give you many ideas for plants, shrubs, and flowers to plant. Go to the Native Texas Boardwalk to see both native and invasive species and learn how they interact. See the lovely native plants in the Water Conservation Garden and get inspired to save water while enjoying your garden. The Backyard Vegetable Garden is a working garden, with many beds growing fresh veggies. Classes for kids and families are often held in this garden. Check out the calendar to see when the next class on growing veggies at Fort Worth homes is scheduled.

Find Native Plants and Take Classes to Improve Gardens at Fort Worth Homes

The Four Seasons Garden is perfect to visit any time during the year. It has been planted so that something is always blooming and green. The Japanese Garden is also a lovely spot to visit for a feeling of tranquility and peace. While admission to most of the Botanic Garden is free, admission to the Japanese Garden is $7.

There is so much happening at the Botanic Garden. Fort Worth real estate owners look forward to the concerts in the garden each June. Plan to come to a public tour of the Japanese Garden or reserve a spot at the next tea ceremony. Kids can learn a lot about nature in the Little Sprouts classes. The Botanic Garden also partners with local organizations to offer hands-on gardening, plant identification, and field observation classes for adults.

The Fort Worth Botanic Garden is open Monday through Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Plan a visit today! 


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June 1, 2017

Tour Historic Fort Worth Homes at the Log Cabin Village

Visit Log Cabin Fort Worth homes.Come see historic Fort Worth homes and buildings at the Log Cabin Village. This labor of love was started in the 1950s, when local history enthusiasts realized that the log cabins that formed such an iconic part of Texas history were rapidly disappearing. Originally, the village consisted of six cabins from North Texas, each carefully restored to reflect life in the 1800s. A plantation cabin, school, and smokehouse were added over the years. In addition, the Log Cabin Village also operates the Van Zandt Cottage. This is the oldest Fort Worth real estate location still on its original foundation. The cottage is currently undergoing restoration.

Explore Fort Worth Real Estate and Meet Historic Re-enactors

Visitors to the Log Cabin Village will take a step back in time to learn about pioneer life in the 1800s. Visit the one-room schoolhouse or the blacksmith shop. Find out how the water-powered grist mill was used. See the herb garden, too. Each structure is decorated to demonstrate how they were used. Staff and volunteer historic re-enactors are available to answer questions and help visitors feel immersed in the historic experience.

Everyone from Fort Worth homes and the surrounding area are encouraged to visit the Log Cabin Village. It’s open Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and on Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. Be sure to check out the calendar for upcoming events and classes, perfect for kids and adults. 


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