Duplex House – Park Place

This one-story gabled duplex consists of cross-gabled end bays flanking a common terrace. The building has a veneer of sandstone, with stone chimneys on each end wall. Although the earliest listing of a house at this location was in the 1907 city directory, the stone veneer was probably applied in the 1930s, when the practice was widespread in Tarrant County. The duplex is a contributing resource in the Fairmount-Southside Historic District (local and national) and is well maintained.

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