McCormack House – Hurley

This small gabled wood-framed house is symmetrically planned with gabled side bays and full hipped porch supported by boxed paneled posts. The gable ends are recessed and clad with ornamental shingles. The house was built c. 1912 and first resided in by R. Otis McCormack. then secretary of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, and secretary and traffic manager of the Fort Worth Freight Bureau. The McCormack House is well-kept and has been painted Wedgwood blue. It is a contributing resource in the Fairmount-Southside Historic District (local and national).

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