The Baldridge House sells for full asking price of US$6,900,000
The city posted another landmark sale with the River Crest Estate, underscoring the enduring appeal of the Fort Worth lifestyle
New York, New York (July 29, 2020) — The industry leading team of Walsh Wegman Giordano at ULTERRE, an exclusive Affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, posted a highly significant sale in June with The Baldridge House on Crestline Rd., Fort Worth, TX. “We were so proud to have represented such a wonderful property, and such great home owners. We negotiated and closed this sale successfully, in highly unusual times. To add to the complexity of this transaction, the home garnered among the highest sales prices to date in the entire Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.” Said Eric Walsh, co-founder of the firm
Eric Walsh, Rick Wegman and John Giordano all founders of ULTERE, represented the sellers. The Baldridge House is one of the oldest and most venerated estates in all of Texas. Built in 1910 over a three-year span for banker Earl Baldridge, the six-bedroom, 11,725-square-foot stately manse has seen extensive renovations through the years, all while preserving its unique architectural integrity.
As one of Fort Worth’s original homesteads, The Baldridge House was designated as a Texas landmark in 1978, further cementing its standing as one of the state’s oldest and most prominent properties. Added Rick Moeser, Executive Director of Christie’s International Real Estate:
“Such historic provenance is a rarity conveying pride of ownership and stewardship. So much space and so many amenities for friends and family to enjoy, this estate is also a sanctuary.”
Fort Worth remains a market to watch, with plenty of homes for sale and prices steadily rising. The city continues to expand rapidly. Offering a bustling downtown, as well as other vibrant areas both new and historic. Fort Worth offers both local cuisine and eclectic shopping, as well as fine dining and world-class shopping. The city is home to the Cultural District, which includes: The Modern, The Kimbell, and The Amon Carter Museums. Rich in culture, Fort Worth is home to a world class symphonic orchestra, as well as home to the famous stock show and rodeo. The city is connected by an extensive, intertwining park system, complete with gardens, and miles of river trials making it a favorite destination.