ANDERSON WOOD FLOORING

ANDERSON WOOD FLOORING. NEW VINYL FLOORING.

FORT WORTH FLOORING : FORT WORTH


Fort worth flooring : Stain colors hardwood floors.



Fort Worth Flooring





fort worth flooring














Fort Worth historic gem




Fort Worth historic gem





Eddleman-McFarland house

This home was built in 1899 on the high bluff overlooking the Trinity River. It was part of a neighborhood known as Quality Hill which featured large Victorian homes, owned mainly by Fort Worth's Cattle Baron Families. Only a small number of these homes remain today. The home was originally designed for Sarah Ball by Howard Messer of the firm Messer, Sanguinet, & Messer. William Eddleman purchased the house in 1904 shortly after Mrs. Ball passed away. Mr. Eddleman founded the Western National Bank in 1906 and it failed in 1913 (See Houston Place Lofts.) Eddleman's daughter, Carrie McFarland, lived in the home until her death in 1978 at the age of 99. In 1979, the home was purchased by the Junior League of Fort Worth. Historic Fort Worth, Inc. is now the owner of the home. In 2006, the organization also became the owner of Thistle Hill, another Cattle Baron mansion.

This Victorian Home displays some Queen Anne styling with brick, sandstone, and marble used on the exterior of the house. The elaborate interior features mahogany and oak mantles, cornices, coffered ceilings, paneling and parquet floors. The home is situated on the bluff overlooking the Trinity River.












Fort Worth historic gem (b&w)




Fort Worth historic gem (b&w)





Eddleman-McFarland house

This home was built in 1899 on the high bluff overlooking the Trinity River. It was part of a neighborhood known as Quality Hill which featured large Victorian homes, owned mainly by Fort Worth's Cattle Baron Families. Only a small number of these homes remain today. The home was originally designed for Sarah Ball by Howard Messer of the firm Messer, Sanguinet, & Messer. William Eddleman purchased the house in 1904 shortly after Mrs. Ball passed away. Mr. Eddleman founded the Western National Bank in 1906 and it failed in 1913 (See Houston Place Lofts.) Eddleman's daughter, Carrie McFarland, lived in the home until her death in 1978 at the age of 99. In 1979, the home was purchased by the Junior League of Fort Worth. Historic Fort Worth, Inc. is now the owner of the home. In 2006, the organization also became the owner of Thistle Hill, another Cattle Baron mansion.

This Victorian Home displays some Queen Anne styling with brick, sandstone, and marble used on the exterior of the house. The elaborate interior features mahogany and oak mantles, cornices, coffered ceilings, paneling and parquet floors. The home is situated on the bluff overlooking the Trinity River.











fort worth flooring







See also:

free software for drawing floor plans

interlocking foam floor

apts in raleigh only 1st and 2nd floor

moroccan floor cushions

floor wax applicators

wooden floors and underfloor heating

flower car floor mats



  1. (月) 04:54:15|
  2. Category: None
  3. | Trackbacks:0
  4. | Comments:0
<<FLOOR TILE COSTS : FLOOR TILE | HOME | GOOD CHARLOTTE DANCE FLOOR ANTHEM MP3 - GOOD CHARLOTTE DANCE>>

Comments

Post a comment


Only the blog author may view the comment.

Trackbacks

Trackbacks URL
http://andersonwoodfloorql.blog.fc2.com/tb.php/9-a3a11cb5
Use trackback on this entry.