Bradley House – Lipscomb

Constructed c. 1903, this large two-story wood-framed house has a hipped roof with corbelled front gable supported by paired ornamental brackets and textured with herringbone panels. A full porch with Tuscan columns extends across the front. Tom C. Bradley and his family resided here for many years. With more complete documentation, the house might be eligible for the National Register. The façade has been altered, rendering the property ineligible for the National Register of Historic Places. The Bradley House was designated a City of Fort Worth Historic and Cultural Landmark in 1994.

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