Two high profile Fort Worth homes sold in June by ULTERRE
Baldridge House on Crestline Road in Fort Worth sold for a full price of $ 6.9 million.
The industry-leading team of Walsh Wegman Giordano of ULTERRE, an exclusive partner of Christie’s International Real Estate, announced the sale in June.
“We were so proud to represent such a wonderful property and such great homeowners,” said Eric Walsh, co-founder of the company. “We successfully negotiated and completed this sale at extremely unusual times. To add to the complexity of this transaction, the house fetched one of the highest sales prices in the entire Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex. ”
Eric Walsh, Rick Wegman and John Giordano, all founders of ULTERE, represented the sellers. Baldridge House is one of the oldest and most revered properties in all of Texas. Built over three years in 1910 for banker Earl Baldridge and his wife Florence, the six-bedroom, 11,725-square-foot mansion has undergone extensive renovations over the years, retaining the unique architecture according to an ULTRE message designed by Sanguinet & Staats, a prolific architectural firm whose work includes many Fort Worth homes and commercial buildings now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
As one of Fort Worth’s original homesteads, Baldridge House was designated a Texas Landmark in 1978. “This historical origin is a rarity that conveys pride in ownership and management. With so much space and so many amenities for friends and family, this property is a haven too, ”said Rick Moeser, Executive Director of Christie’s International Real Estate.
Also in June was the Walsh Wegman Giordano team from Christie’s International Real Estate | ULTERRE adds a second record sale. of a 9,000 square foot Hyder Estate on Alta Drive in Fort Worth. The River Crest Estate sold and closed in less than seven days, which was a record month for the team.
“We were able to negotiate, sign and close this great property in less than seven days,” said John Giordano, co-founder of the company. “Without such great salespeople this would have been an insurmountable challenge. With clever negotiations, careful planning and execution, however, we were able to process this sale extremely quickly without any problems. “
This mansion was built in the early 1920s on over an acre and a half of land on a quiet private road in the historic River Crest neighborhood. The heavily forested property with a facade over 250 feet long that borders a private golf course is an oasis of privacy. The home welcomed great philanthropic entertainment as well as the owner’s children and grandchildren.
The buyers of the houses were not named.