Historic Resources Survey Report

Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions
Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Report prepared by

www.meadhunt.com

August 2011

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
Page 1. 2. Project Description ............................................................................. 1 Research and Survey Methodology .................................................. 2 A. B. C. 3. 4. Research .................................................................................... 2 Survey ......................................................................................... 2 National Register of Historic Places Evaluation Criteria............. 4

Previously Designated Historic Properties ...................................... 5 Historic Context .................................................................................. 6 A. B. C. D. E. F. Postwar growth in Arlington ........................................................ 6 Transportation Trends ................................................................ 8 Government programs and policies............................................ 9 Social and economic trends ....................................................... 9 Planning and development ......................................................... 9 Architecture, site, and landscape ............................................. 10

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Survey Results .................................................................................. 12 A. B. Northcrest Park ......................................................................... 12 Fielder Place ............................................................................. 12

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National Register Eligibility Recommendations ............................ 14 A. B. Northcrest Park ......................................................................... 14 Fielder Place ............................................................................. 14

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List of Preparers................................................................................ 16

Bibliography ................................................................................................. 17 Appendix A. Appendix B. Appendix C. Appendix D. Survey Location Map ........................................................ 1 Resource Location Map .................................................... 1 Historic Resources Inventory........................................... 1 Field Survey Forms ........................................................... 1

Appendices A Project Location Map

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Resource Location Map Historic Resources Inventory Field Survey Forms

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Section 1 Project Description

1.

Project Description

Located in the city of Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas, this reconnaissance survey of post-World War II (postwar) housing was completed to test the model context outline and survey and evaluation methodologies being developed as part of the National Cooperative Highway Research Project (NCRHP) 08-77. The context outline and survey and evaluation methodologies are outlined in Technical Memorandum 2 – Developing Regional Historic Contexts for Post-World War II Housing: A Model for Identification and Evaluation. The areas chosen for survey include two residential postwar additions within Arlington: Northcrest Park (platted in 1963) and Fielder Place (platted in 1965). Both subdivisions are located on the north side of Interstate 30 (IH-30) on the northwest side of the city (see the location map in Appendix A). Plat maps of each addition are included in Section 2: Research and Survey Methodology.

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Section 2 Research and Survey Methodology

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A.

Research and Survey Methodology
Research

Prior to field survey, Mead & Hunt, Inc. (Mead & Hunt) completed a limited literature review to gain an understanding of the history and background of the survey area. Mead & Hunt utilized the established historic context included in the Final Arlington Historic Resources Survey Update (2007) as a basis for the historic background for the city of Arlington.1 The City of Arlington Planning Department provided original plat maps for both additions. Other sources consulted include Handbook of Texas entries, Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) highway designation files, several years of Texas Almanacs, and maps. The Tarrant County Appraisal District website was used to confirm construction dates for surveyed properties. Mead & Hunt staff also examined research materials at the Arlington Public Library, including city directories; newspaper advertisements from 1964, 1966, and 1968; and clippings files located in the local history/genealogy section.

B.

Survey

Mead & Hunt historians Rick Mitchell and Sara Gredler performed a reconnaissance-level historic resources survey of the Northcrest Park Addition (see Figure 1) and Fielder Place (see Figure 2). The first and second plat filings of the Northcrest Park and the first plat filing of the Fielder Place Addition were included in the survey. During the reconnaissance-level field survey, Mead & Hunt identified and documented historic-age resources that met the threshold for individual survey under the survey methodology established in Technical Memorandum 2: A Model for Identification and Evaluation. The survey methodology requires that a historic-age resource retain its original massing and materials, as well as a minimum number of original architectural features. For this survey, historic-age resources are defined as buildings, structures, objects, or designed landscape features constructed prior to 1976. Mead & Hunt took high-resolution digital photographs and gathered physical information on historic-age resources in the survey area. Identified resources were keyed to field maps based on aerial images of the project area. Mead & Hunt staff also examined the areas immediately adjacent to the survey area to identify the potential for historic districts and gain information on neighborhood development patterns.

Komatsu Architecture, HHM, Inc., Susan Kline, and Brenda McClurkin, Final Arlington Historic Resources Survey Update, 2007, prepared for the Arlington, Texas, City Community Services Office.

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Figure 1. Northcrest Park Addition, sections 1 (1963) and 2 (1965). City of Arlington Planning Department.

Figure 2. Fielder Place Addition, section 1 (1966). City of Arlington Planning Department.

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Section 2 Research and Survey Methodology

C.

National Register of Historic Places Evaluation Criteria

Surveyed resources were evaluated for National Register of Historic Places (National Register) eligibility through application of the National Register Criteria for Evaluation, as codified in Title 36 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Chapter 60.4. To be eligible for listing in the National Register, a property must meet the 50-year age guideline or possess exceptional significance, meet the criteria for significance, and retain historic integrity with respect to location, design, setting, materials, workmanship, feeling, and association. The following criteria and areas of significance were used to evaluate surveyed properties: • • • Criterion A: Event for significant historical associations with events, trends, or patterns Criterion B: Person for associations with significant persons Criterion C: Design/Construction for significant physical design or construction in the area of architecture.

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Section 3 Previously Designated Historic Properties

3.

Previously Designated Historic Properties

As part of the literature review, Mead & Hunt reviewed the Texas Historic Sites Atlas to identify properties listed in the National Register or designated as Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks (RTHLs), State Archeological Landmarks (SALs), or Official State Historical Markers (OSHMs). No previously designated historic properties were identified within 1,300 feet of the project’s survey areas during these searches. In addition, no properties in the survey areas were identified in the Final Arlington Historic Resources Survey Update.

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Section 4 Historic Context

4.

Historic Context

This brief historic context follows the model context outline prepared for the NCHRP project. For a more detailed account of Arlington’s post-World War II history, see the historic context included in the Final Arlington Historic Resources Survey Update.

A.

Postwar growth in Arlington

The end of World War II marked a new beginning in the development of the city of Arlington. In 1940 Arlington was a small agricultural community of 4,240 people located between two large urban areas: Dallas and Fort Worth. After the war, Arlington came into its own through a rise in industry, commerce, and educational opportunities. The influx of residents began with the establishment of the General Motors Corporation (GM) plant in 1951 and the growth of the North Texas Agricultural College (later Arlington State College), a result of the large number of returning veterans enrolled there. The increase in industry and commerce required new infrastructure to support these new developments. The new workers and students needed homes, places to shop, schools for their growing families, and places to worship. Nearly 200 subdivisions were platted in the city between 1945 and 1960 to accommodate the increasing numbers of new residents.2 Arlington also served as a bedroom community with residents commuting to Dallas and Fort Worth during the postwar period. The City of Arlington responded to this growth by producing master plans. The 1952 Master Plan examined the entirety of the city’s development, provided guidance for new residential construction, and recommended keeping an identifiable downtown commercial core in response to the continued outward expansion of the city. The plan had also noted that early subdivisions were not using existing plats efficiently, causing dead end streets and needless jogging between streets.3 By 1959 the city limits had nearly doubled and the updated master plan laid out recommendations with regard to residential subdivisions, including lot size and dedicated green space, as well as land use and zoning practices. These residential development recommendations were necessary due to a steep increase in the population of Arlington; it grew 482 percent between 1950 and 1960. By 1960 the population of Arlington totaled 44,775 people. As of 1958, 80 percent of the population lived south of the Texas and Pacific Railroad.4 United States Geological Survey maps from 1959 show most development in Arlington between the Dallas-Fort Worth Toll Road (now IH 30) on the north and Arkansas Lane on the south.5 This left large swaths of area still open for development. The Northcrest Park and Fielder Place additions met or exceeded most of the recommendations outlined in the 1959 Master Plan. The majority of lots in these plats measure at least 60 feet at their most narrow point (60 feet was the minimum recommended width) and are greater than 10,000 square feet (7,200
2 3 4 5

Final Arlington Historic Resources Survey Update, Appendix E, 1-8. Final Arlington Historic Resources Survey Update, 10. Final Arlington Historic Resources Survey Update, 21.

U.S. Geological Survey, Arlington, Tex., 1:62,500 scale topographic quadrangle, 1959; U.S. Geological Survey, Grapevine, Tex., 1:62,500 scale topographic quadrangle, 1959.

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Section 4 Historic Context square feet was the minimum recommended lot size).6 While neither plat included dedicated green space, Northcrest Park abutted Randol Mill Park on the west, and the area east of Fielder Place was undeveloped until it became part of the Lamar High School campus grounds in 1970, serving as an informal green space. Arlington continued to grow during the 1960s and 1970s. Arlington State College became part of the University of Texas system and attained university status. The City worked to lure more employers into the area, such as Bell Helicopter and Ling-Temco-Vought (LTV), a conglomerate in the aerospace and electronics industry.7 The population approximately doubled during the 1970s to 90,643 people. This exponential growth required the Arlington Independent School District (AISD) to establish new schools nearly every year; in 1970 Mirabeau B. Lamar High School opened just east of Fielder Road, near the survey area, and in 1975 Shackelford Junior High School opened on the northwest corner of Lamar Boulevard and Fielder Road.

Figure 3. Survey Area at intersection of Fielder Road (Henry Road) and the Toll Road. Areas in purple indicate development since 1959. Source: Perry-Castañeda Library, University of Texas at Austin.

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Final Arlington Historic Resources Survey Update, 21. “Arlington Initiative Movement,” Special insert to the Arlington (Texas) Citizen-Journal, 18 September 1983, 5.

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Section 4 Historic Context

B.

Transportation Trends

US 80, which ran through the center of Arlington, served as the primary transportation corridor between Dallas and Fort Worth during the early stages of Arlington’s postwar development. In the mid-1950s the state approved the creation of a limited access tolled highway between Dallas and Fort Worth to replace US 80.8 The Dallas-Fort Worth Toll Road (Toll Road), also known as “The Turnpike,” opened in 1957 and was located north of the US 80 corridor. Though access to and from the Toll Road was limited via toll interchanges, neighborhoods were developed along the road, including the Northcrest Park and Fielder Place additions near the Toll Road’s intersection with Fielder Road. The establishment of the Toll Road provided a foundation for new development in northern Arlington. Soon after the road opened, the Great Southwest Corporation (GSC) planned an industrial area known as the Great Southwest Industrial District, as well as warehouse space and community centers with a multitude of amenities and services for the public. One of the company’s later developments along the Toll Road was the Texas Under Six Flags amusement park that opened in 1961 (see Figure 4). Later renamed Six Flags Over Texas, it was the largest tourist attraction in Texas by 1964.9 In 1965 the City constructed a new stadium south of the Toll Road, near the Great Southwest Industrial District. Known as Turnpike Stadium, it was home to a minor league baseball team transferred from Fort Worth. In 1971 the stadium became the new home of the Texas Rangers, formerly the Washington Senators, and was renamed Arlington Stadium.10

Survey Area

Figure 4. 1962 Dallas and Fort Worth Map, by Humble Oil, showing the location of the Great Southwest Industrial District and Six Flags Over Texas. Source: Dallas-Fort Worth Freeways, available at http://www.dfwfreeways.info/pages/oldroadmaps.aspx.
Mead & Hunt, Inc., “Development of Texas Road Networks: A Historic Context,” prepared for the Texas Department of Transportation, 2011, 131-132.
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Final Arlington Historic Resources Survey Update, 18. “Arlington Initiative Movement,” 5.

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By 1977 the Toll Road had paid for itself and was no longer tolled. Under the auspices of the State Department of Highways and Transportation, the Toll Road became part of the Interstate System as a portion of IH-30.11

C.

Government programs and policies

Research did not reveal evidence of specific government programs or policies within the survey area.

D.

Social and economic trends

Tens of thousands of new residents moved to Arlington during the postwar period, buoyed by an influx of new industrial and commercial opportunities in the city. In 1970 nearly two-thirds of Arlington’s population worked in white collar occupations, with 13 percent of those as government workers, and the remaining one-third worked in the manufacturing industry.12 By 1970 Arlington’s median household income was over $11,000, which was higher than Dallas, Fort Worth, or any other large urban area in the state.13 This is not surprising given Arlington’s history of luring large-scale, innovative technological and industrial employers to the city. Also indicative of Arlington’s prosperity was the large number of residents that drove. In 1970 more than 93 percent of the population traveled to work by car.14 The houses built in the postwar era, including those in the survey area, reflect this trend, with many featuring an original integrated one- or two-car garage. Throughout the postwar period Arlington’s population was predominately white. While minorities settled in some areas of the city, by 1970 they accounted for only one percent of the population.15 Deed restrictions that prevented the selling of property to minorities were commonly used in Arlington.16 While the survey area was in an area with predominantly white population, there is no direct evidence of deed restrictions that were in place.

E.

Planning and development

The first section of Northcrest Park was platted in 1963, with Section 2 platted in 1965. Sections 3 and 4, located north of the survey area, were platted in 1966. The entire addition was owned and developed by Elmer Wooldridge, who had previously developed subdivisions in Fort Worth.17 City directories show him
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“Development of Texas Road Networks: A Historic Context,” 131-132.

U. S. Department of Commerce, 1970 Census of Population, Volume 1: Characteristics of the Population, Texas (Washington, D.C.: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1973), 419.
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1970 Census of Population, 591. 1970 Census of Population, 500. 1970 Census of Population, 155. Final Arlington Historic Resources Survey Update, 12. Wini Klein, “Linwood,” Wiki Klein: Broker Associate, 2007,

http://www.winiklein.com/neighborhoods2/linwood.html (accessed 27 July 2011).

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Section 4 Historic Context living in Fort Worth and working as a salesman for Foster Homes, Inc. in 1964.18 Foster Homes was a contracting firm run by Ray and Peggy Foster that sold homes in Northcrest Park, as well as other areas of the city. No Foster Homes advertisements were found for homes or lots in in Northcrest Park during examination of local newspapers from the mid- and late 1960s. Instead, Foster Homes ran large advertisements in the local newspapers for its The Oaks subdivision for over two years. The Oaks was a custom home neighborhood located south of the Toll Road.

Figure 5. Advertisement for properties in Fielder Place Addition, Arlington Citizen, 1968. Fielder Place was platted in 1965, with the developer listed as the Fielder Place Development Company. W.H. Harber was the signatory and trustee of the company. No information has been found on the company or Harber; rather, local builders and real estate companies ran small advertisements in the local Arlington Citizen newspaper for properties in Fielder Place (see Figure 5 for an example). These homes were marketed to young executives, which matches the population statistics seen in the census enumerations from the 1970s. Other advertisements by the Area Sales Company described the area as “near shopping, schools and the turnpike” and the lots as large and wooded. The architectural styles are variously described as “Definitely Spanish,” “Traditional Styling,” and “Early American.” Advertisements described the homes as having two-car garages and a minimum of 1,800 square feet of living space.19

F.

Architecture, site, and landscape

During the postwar period, the one-story Ranch house began to dominate the popular housing market. The open floorplan was ideal for both young families with children and for retirees. The two-story floorplan was also popular during the period, particularly in Colonial Revival styles. Key to postwar home design was an open floor plan, zoned planning with bedrooms segregated from the family area of the house, and large picture windows and sliding glass doors to provide visual and physical access to the outdoors. Nationally, wood was the predominant exterior cladding material during the early postwar period, and by 1956 brick veneer had become more popular than wood siding. Residences built during the period often
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Polk’s Arlington (Tarrant County, Texas) City Directory, 1964 (Dallas, Tex.: R. L. Polk & Co., 1966), 497. Arlington (Texas) Citizen, various Issues, 1963-1968.

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Section 4 Historic Context featured a combination of cladding materials, including clapboard, board-and-batten, brick or stone veneer, simulated stone veneer, or aluminum siding. Within the survey area, one-story Ranch houses and Colonial Revivals dominate the residential collection. The homes feature primarily brick veneer with a variety of accent materials, including wood, aluminum siding, vinyl siding, and other manufactured siding materials. Brick is also commonly used to create a textured wall surface, particularly at the join between the wall and the beginning of the roofline. Common window types of residences in the survey area include one-over-one and six-over-six hung, horizontally sliding windows, and groupings of casement windows. Ranch houses are one story with a strong horizontal emphasis and a long eave wall elevation to the street. Roofs are low pitched gable or hip forms with wide overhanging eaves. Garages are generally attached or integrated into the house, forming a prominent feature on the front elevation. It is not uncommon for the integrated garages to have a cross gable or cross hip roof perpendicular to the primarily mass, creating an L-shaped dwelling. The surveyed Ranch typically feature large expanses of windows, textured brickwork, accent materials, and applied Colonial Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival stylistic influences. Although the Ranch is the most common postwar form in the survey area, the Colonial Revival and Contemporary styles are also represented in smaller numbers. Within the survey area, the residences feature 25-foot setbacks that create an open lawn with mature trees and varied plantings and landscaping adjacent to the homes. Curvilinear streets and cul-de-sacs characterize the neighborhoods.

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Section 5 Survey Results

5.

Survey Results

Survey results for the two areas are presented below. A map of the surveyed resources, from both additions, is located in Appendix B, and an inventory of all surveyed resources is located in Appendix C.

A.

Northcrest Park

A total of 64 properties are located within the surveyed portion of the Northcrest Park Addition. Mead & Hunt surveyed 29 of these properties that met the survey criteria set in Technical Memorandum 2. The properties that met the survey criteria are residences constructed between 1964 and 1973. Table 1 lists the architectural styles and forms of the surveyed properties in Northcrest Park. Overall the residences display features such as accent materials, colonnaded porches (full and entry width), textured brickwork, patios, wingwalls, wrought iron porch supports, and large bands of windows. Many of the dwellings also display Colonial Revival, Spanish Colonial Revival, or Spanish Eclectic stylistic influences. These features are common and simplistic details that are found on numerous postwar residences in Arlington and throughout Texas. Northcrest Park did not include areas set aside for schools, churches, or commercial development. The properties that did not meet the survey criteria have large additions, replacement materials that are not in-kind to the original materials, or enough original architectural features to meet the threshold for individual survey. Individual inventory forms with brief descriptions and photographs of the surveyed properties are located in Appendix D. Table 1. Styles and Stylistic Influences Found in Northcrest Park
Style (with additional stylistic influence if applicable) Colonial Revival Contemporary Ranch (no stylistic influence) Ranch (Colonial Revival or Spanish Colonial Revival stylistic influence) Ranch (Spanish Eclectic stylistic influence) Vernacular (no style) Number 4 2 11 7 4 1

B.

Fielder Place

A total of 56 properties are located within the surveyed portion of the Fielder Place addition. Mead & Hunt surveyed 20 of these properties that met the survey criteria set in Technical Memorandum 2. The properties that met the survey criteria are residences constructed between 1965 and 1970. Table 2 lists architectural styles and forms of the surveyed properties in Fielder Place. Overall the residences display accent materials, colonnaded porches (full and entry width), textured brickwork, patios, wingwalls, wrought iron decorative details, and large bands of windows. Several dwellings also display Colonial Revival, French Colonial, or Spanish Colonial Revival stylistic influences. These features are common and simplistic details that are found on numerous postwar residences in

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Section 5 Survey Results Arlington and throughout Texas. Fielder Place did not include areas set aside for schools, churches, or commercial development. The properties that did not meet the survey criteria had large additions, replacement materials that are not in-kind to the original materials, or enough original architectural features to meet the threshold for individual survey. Individual inventory forms with brief descriptions and photographs of the surveyed properties are located in Appendix D. Table 2. Styles and Stylistic Influences Found in Fielder Place
Style (with addition stylistic influence if applicable) Ranch (no stylistic influence) Ranch (Colonial Revival, French Colonial, or Spanish Colonial stylistic influence) Vernacular (no style) Number 11 8 1

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Section 6 National Register Eligibility Recommendations

6.
A.

National Register Eligibility Recommendations
Northcrest Park

Residences within Northcrest Park were evaluated both individually and as an area that could constitute a historic district for National Register eligibility under Criterion A: Community Planning and Development and Criterion C: Architecture. Under Criterion A, the residences within Northcrest Park, both individually and collectively, do not convey a significant association with postwar development patterns or trends in Arlington, Texas. The city’s most dramatic decade of population and housing increases was in the 1950s, when the population increased 482 percent between 1950 and 1960. Between 1960 and 1970 the population continued to increase by 102 percent. More than 200 residential subdivisions were established between 1945 and 1960 to accommodate this increasing population. However, Northcrest Park was not platted until 1963-1966, and as such is a common example of the residential response to Arlington’s rapid postwar housing boom. Earlier and more distinctive examples that better represent postwar development trends exist in the greater Arlington area, including the Woodland West neighborhood. Located in west Arlington, Woodland West also developed in the 1960s and early 1970s. Compared with Northcrest Park, Woodland West is larger, received greater attention in the local press, and included an adjacent shopping center and school. Under Criterion C, while the residences within Northcrest Park represent the type, period, and method of construction of postwar Ranch, Colonial Revival, and Contemporary houses, they are not distinctive or exemplary examples of the postwar forms and styles. More distinctive and significant individual and collective representations of these housing types are present in Arlington. As a result, Mead & Hunt recommends the individual and collective properties within Northcrest Park as not eligible for the National Register.

B.

Fielder Place

Residences within Fielder Place were evaluated both individually and as an area that could constitute a historic district for National Register eligibility under Criterion A: Community Planning and Development and Criterion C: Architecture. Under Criterion A, the residences within Fielder Place, both individually and collectively, do not convey a significant association with development patterns or postwar trends in Arlington, Texas. The city’s most dramatic decade of population and housing increases was in the 1950s, when the population increased 482 percent between 1950 and 1960. Between 1960 and 1970 the population continued to increase by 102 percent. More than 200 residential subdivisions were established between 1945 and 1960 to accommodate this increasing population. However, Fielder Place was not platted until 1965, and as such is a common example of Arlington’s rapid postwar housing boom. Earlier and more distinctive examples that better represent postwar development trends exist in the greater Arlington area, including the Woodland West neighborhood. Located in west Arlington, Woodland West also developed in the 1960s and early 1970s. Compared with Fielder Place, Woodland West is larger, received greater attention in the local press, and included an adjacent shopping center and school.

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Section 6 National Register Eligibility Recommendations Under Criterion C, while the residences within Fielder Place represent the type, period, and method of construction of postwar Ranch, Colonial Revival, and Contemporary houses, they are not distinctive or exemplary examples of the postwar forms and styles. More distinctive and significant individual and collective representations of these housing types are present in Arlington. As a result, Mead & Hunt recommends the individual and collective properties within Fielder Place as not eligible for the National Register.

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Section 7 List of Preparers

7.

List of Preparers

Survey documentation and evaluation activities were performed by qualified Mead & Hunt staff meeting the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Professional Qualifications. Mead & Hunt staff who worked on the project were:

Name
Emily Pettis

Title
Senior Professional Historian • • Project Manager

Role

Directed survey documentation and evaluation activities

Richard E. Mitchell, AICP

Senior Professional Historian Assistant Historian

Directed survey documentation and evaluation activities Conducted field survey documentation Prepared survey report Prepared survey documentation forms and inventory Prepared survey maps Edited and formatted survey report

Sara Gredler

• • • •

Dustin Nielsen

Technical Editor/ Clerical

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Bibliography

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“Arlington Initiative Movement.” Special insert to the Arlington (Texas) Citizen-Journal. 18 September 1983. Arlington (Texas) Citizen. Various Issues, 1963-1968. “Highway Designation Files.” Texas Department of Transportation. 2001. http://www.dot.state.tx.us/tpp/search/query.htm (accessed 27 July 2011). Jackson, Ron, and Erik Slotboom. Texas Freeway.com. 2008. http://www.texasfreeway.com/ (accessed 27 July 2011). Klein, Wini. “Linwood.” Wiki Klein: Broker Associate. 2007. http://www.winiklein.com/neighborhoods2/linwood.html (accessed 27 July 2011). Komatsu Architecture, HHM, Inc., Susan Kline, and Brenda McClurkin. Final Arlington Historic Resources Survey Update. 2007. Prepared for the Arlington, Texas, City Community Services Office. Mead & Hunt, Inc. “Development of Texas Road Networks: A Historic Context.” Prepared for the Texas Department of Transportation, 2011. Polk’s Arlington (Tarrant County, Texas) City Directory, 1964. Dallas, Tex.: R. L. Polk & Co., 1966. Slotboom, Oscar. Dallas-Fort Worth Freeways. N.d. http://www.dfwfreeways.info/default.aspx (accessed 27 July 2011). Texas Almanac, 1964-1965. Dallas, Tex.: A.H. Belo Corporation, 1963. Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide, 1968-1969. Dallas, Tex.: A.H. Belo Corporation, 1967. Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide, 1970-1971. Dallas, Tex.: A.H. Belo Corporation, 1969. U. S. Department of Commerce. 1970 Census of Population, Volume 1: Characteristics of the Population, Texas. Washington, D.C.: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1973. U.S. Geological Survey. Arlington, Tex. 1:62,500 scale topographic quadrangle, 1959. U.S. Geological Survey. Grapevine, Tex. 1:62,500 scale topographic quadrangle, 1959.

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Appendix A.

Survey Location Map

Survey Location

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Survey Location Map
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Appendix B.

Resource Location Map

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This product is for informational purposes and may not have been prepared for or be suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes. It does not represent an on-the-ground survey and represents only the approximate relative location of property boundaries.

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Appendix C.

Historic Resources Inventory

Inventory of Surveyed Resources Northcrest Park Addition and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas
Resource: Address: 1 1710 Northcrest Drive Property Type/ Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Architectural Style: Ranch Building Plan/ Roof Form: Rectangular/ Side gable Date: 1965 Alteration and Description: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, entry porch, and a window pattern (diamondpaned). NRHP Eligibility: Not eligible

2

1712 Northcrest Drive

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Side gable

1967

This property exhibits the Not eligible following original architectural features: accent materials (wood siding in gable ends), entry porch, and textured brickwork, located at the join between the wall and roofline. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, patio, Spanish Contemporary stylistic influences, and wingwalls. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, prominent chimney, and wrought iron supports. It also has a protruding front gable porch on the front elevation. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a patio, and Spanish Contemporary stylistic influences. Not eligible

3

1714 Northcrest Drive

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

1968 Rectangular/ Cross gable with protruding hip

4

1702 Parkcrest Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Side gable

1967

Not eligible

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1710 Parkcrest Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Cross gable

1966

Not eligible

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Inventory of Surveyed Resources Northcrest Park Addition and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas
Resource: Address: 6 1728 Park Ridge Terrace Property Type/ Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Architectural Style: Ranch Building Plan/ Roof Form: Rectangular/ Side gable Date: 1966 Alteration and Description: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a full length porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influences. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: a full width porch, sash windows, and a decorative door surround. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, Spanish Contemporary stylistic influence, a colonnaded entry, and window screens. Two story vernacular residence with two car garage and rear addition. Arched windows located on second story. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, Colonial Revival stylistic influences, a colonnaded entry, and wingwalls. NRHP Eligibility: Not eligible

7

1730 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Colonial Revival

Rectangular/ Side gable

1966

Not eligible

8

1732 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Side gable with protruding hip

1968

Not eligible

9

1733 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Vernacular

Rectangular/ Side gable

1973

Not eligible

10

1731 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Side gable

1966

Not eligible

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Inventory of Surveyed Resources Northcrest Park Addition and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas
Resource: Address: 11 1729 Park Ridge Terrace Property Type/ Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Architectural Style: Contemporary Building Plan/ Roof Form: Rectangular/ Date: 1967 Alteration and Description: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: Spanish Eclectic stylistic influences, wrought iron ornamentation, and large vertical bands of windows. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, wrought iron supports, and wingwalls. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, Colonial Revival stylistic influences, and a colonnaded entry. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: Spanish Eclectic stylistic influence, a patio, wrought iron accents, and prominent chimney. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, accent materials, prowed eaves, and wingwalls. NRHP Eligibility: Not eligible

12

1723 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Cross hip

1966

Not eligible

13

1717 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Cross gable

1966

Not eligible

14

1713 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Contemporary

Complex/ Complex

1965

Not eligible

15

1705 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Side gable

1965

Not eligible

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Inventory of Surveyed Resources Northcrest Park Addition and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas
Resource: Address: 16 1700 Park Ridge Terrace Property Type/ Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Architectural Style: Colonial Revival Building Plan/ Roof Form: Rectangular/ Front gable Date: 1967 Alteration and Description: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: a full width porch, a decorative door surround, a pedimented front gable, a round vent in the gable end, and sash windows. The property exhibits some Classical stylistic influences. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a colonnaded entry, and wingwalls. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a full length porch, wrought iron window screens, and Colonial Revival stylistic influences. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a colonnaded entry, and wingwalls. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent stone and brick, integrated planter box, and a colonnaded entry. NRHP Eligibility: Not eligible

17

1704 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Side gable

1965

Not eligible

18

1708 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Side gable

1965

Not eligible

19

1710 Park Ridge Court

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Side gable

1966

Not eligible

20

1714 Park Ridge Court

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Side gable with front gable protruding bay

1964

Not eligible

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Inventory of Surveyed Resources Northcrest Park Addition and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas
Resource: Address: 21 1716 Park Ridge Court Property Type/ Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Architectural Style: Ranch Building Plan/ Roof Form: Rectangular/ Side gable Date: 1967 Alteration and Description: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, Colonial Revival stylistic influence, and a colonnaded entry. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, decorative porch supports, and Spanish Eclectic stylistic influence. The property also has a decorative circular window. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: overhanging second story (via second story balcony), multi-light bowed windows, and a decorative door surround. NRHP Eligibility: Not eligible

22

1718 Park Ridge Court

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Side gable

1967

Not eligible

23

1720 Park Ridge Court

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Colonial Revival

Rectangular/ Side gable

1964

Not eligible

24

1711 Parkcrest Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Cross gable

1966

This property exhibits the Not eligible following original architectural features: textured brickwork, flared walls/wingwalls, and exposed beams. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a colonnaded entry, wingwalls, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence. Not eligible

25

1719 Northcrest Drive

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Side gable with front gable protruding bay

1966

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Inventory of Surveyed Resources Northcrest Park Addition and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas
Resource: Address: 26 1715 Northcrest Drive Property Type/ Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Architectural Style: Ranch Building Plan/ Roof Form: Rectangular/ Cross gable Date: 1967 Alteration and Description: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: wingwalls, a colonnaded entry, and a window pattern (diamond-paned). This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, wingwalls, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: exposed beams, iron window screens, and accent materials. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: a full width porch, a decorative door surround, a pedimented front gable, a round vent in the gable end, and sash windows. The property exhibits some Classical stylistic influences. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, a colonnaded porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence. NRHP Eligibility: Not eligible

27

1705 Northcrest Drive

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

L-shape/ Hip

1965

Not eligible

28

1703 Northcrest Drive

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

L-shape/ Cross gable

1966

Not eligible

29

1701 Northcrest Drive

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Colonial Revival

Rectangular/

1967

Not eligible

30

1610 Park Ridge Court

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/

1969

Not eligible

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Inventory of Surveyed Resources Northcrest Park Addition and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas
Resource: Address: 31 1600 Park Ridge Terrace Property Type/ Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Architectural Style: Ranch Building Plan/ Roof Form: Rectangular/ Hip-on-gable Date: 1968 Alteration and Description: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, ironwork, a patio, and curved entry walls. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, iron porch supports, and a colonnaded porch. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a colonnaded porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and wingwalls. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a colonnaded porch. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, a colonnaded porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence. NRHP Eligibility: Not eligible

32

1510 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

L-shape/ Cross gable

1968

Not eligible

33

1504 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Hip

1968

Not eligible

34

1500 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Hip

1968

Not eligible

35

1709 Cedar Elm East Drive

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

L-shape/ Side gable

1969

Not eligible

36

1711 Cedar Elm East Drive

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Hip

1968

Not eligible

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Inventory of Surveyed Resources Northcrest Park Addition and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas
Resource: Address: 37 1422 Ridgeview Drive Property Type/ Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Architectural Style: Ranch Building Plan/ Roof Form: Rectangular/ Hip Date: 1967 Alteration and Description: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, prominent chimney, a colonnaded porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a colonnaded entry. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a colonnaded entry. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, vertical ribbon windows, and wingwalls. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence. NRHP Eligibility: Not eligible

38

1501 Ridgeview Drive

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Side gable

1968

Not eligible

39

1509 Ridgeview Drive

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/ Side gable

1968

Not eligible

40

1513 Ridgeview Drive

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

L-shape/ Cross hip

1968

Not eligible

41

1601 Ridgeview Drive

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

L-shape/ Side gable with protruding front gable bay

1967

Not eligible

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Inventory of Surveyed Resources Northcrest Park Addition and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas
Resource: Address: 42 1607 Ridgeview Drive Property Type/ Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Architectural Style: Ranch Building Plan/ Roof Form: L-shape/ Side gable Date: 1967 Alteration and Description: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, accent materials, and Colonial Revival stylistic influences. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, a patio, and wrought iron grills. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a colonnaded entry. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, iron entry gate, a patio, and French Colonial stylistic influences. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a patio. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a colonnaded entry. NRHP Eligibility: Not eligible

43

1609 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

L-shape/ Cross gable

1967

Not eligible

44

1605 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

L-shape/ Gable on hip

1968

Not eligible

45

1503 Park Ridge Terrace

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

L-shape/ Cross hip

1967

Not eligible

46

1600 Ridgeview Drive

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

U-shaped/ Cross gable

1967

Not eligible

47

1602 Ridgeview Drive

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

L-shape/ Cross gable

1967

Not eligible

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Inventory of Surveyed Resources Northcrest Park Addition and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas
Resource: Address: 48 1608 Ridgeview Drive Property Type/ Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Architectural Style: Vernacular Building Plan/ Roof Form: Square/ Complex hip Date: 1968 Alteration and Description: One story vernacular residence exhibiting large window openings with small windows and paneling, and no garage. This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, a patio, and Spanish Colonial stylistic influences. NRHP Eligibility: Not eligible

49

1612 Ridgeview Drive

DOMESTIC/Single dwelling

Ranch

Rectangular/

1969

Not eligible

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Appendix D.

Field Survey Forms

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

1 1710 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1965

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, entry porch, and a window pattern (diamond-paned).

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

1 1710 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1965

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, entry porch, and a window pattern (diamond-paned).

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

2 1712 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials (wood siding in gable ends), entry porch, and textured brickwork, located at the join between the wall and roofline.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

2 1712 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials (wood siding in gable ends), entry porch, and textured brickwork, located at the join between the wall and roofline.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

3 1714 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Cross gable with protruding hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, patio, Spanish Contemporary stylistic influences, and wingwalls.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

3 1714 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Cross gable with protruding hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, patio, Spanish Contemporary stylistic influences, and wingwalls.

Facing south

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

4 1702 Parkcrest Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, prominent chimney, and wrought iron supports. It also has a protruding front gable porch on the front elevation.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

4 1702 Parkcrest Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, prominent chimney, and wrought iron supports. It also has a protruding front gable porch on the front elevation.

Facing west

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

5 1710 Parkcrest Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a patio, and Spanish Contemporary stylistic influences.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

5 1710 Parkcrest Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a patio, and Spanish Contemporary stylistic influences.

Facing west

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

5 1710 Parkcrest Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a patio, and Spanish Contemporary stylistic influences.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

6 1728 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a full length porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influences.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

6 1728 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a full length porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influences.

Facing south

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

6 1728 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a full length porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influences.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

7 1730 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Colonial Revival 1966

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: a full width porch, sash windows, and a decorative door surround.

Facing east

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

7 1730 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Colonial Revival 1966

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: a full width porch, sash windows, and a decorative door surround.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

8 1732 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable with protruding hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, Spanish Contemporary stylistic influence, a colonnaded entry, and window screens.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

8 1732 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable with protruding hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, Spanish Contemporary stylistic influence, a colonnaded entry, and window screens.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

9 1733 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer and wood siding/Asphalt siding Vernacular 1973

Description/Alterations: Two story vernacular residence with two car garage and rear addition. Arched windows located on second story.

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

9 1733 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer and wood siding/Asphalt siding Vernacular 1973

Description/Alterations Two story vernacular residence with two car garage and rear addition. Arched windows located on second story.

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

10 1731 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, Colonial Revival stylistic influences, a colonnaded entry, and wingwalls.

Facing west

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

10 1731 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, Colonial Revival stylistic influences, a colonnaded entry, and wingwalls.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

11 1729 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/ Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Contemporary 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: Spanish Eclectic stylistic influences, wrought iron ornamentation, and large vertical bands of windows.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

11 1729 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/ Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Contemporary 1967

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: Spanish Eclectic stylistic influences, wrought iron ornamentation, and large vertical bands of windows.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

12 1723 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Cross hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingle Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, wrought iron supports, and wingwalls.

Facing northeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

12 1723 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Cross hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingle Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, wrought iron supports, and wingwalls.

Facing north

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

13 1717 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, Colonial Revival stylistic influences, and a colonnaded entry.

Facing north-northeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

13 1717 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, Colonial Revival stylistic influences, and a colonnaded entry.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

14 1713 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Complex/Complex Brick veneer and wood siding/Asphalt shingles Contemporary 1965

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: Spanish Eclectic stylistic influence, a patio, wrought iron accents, and prominent chimney.

Facing north-northeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

14 1713 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Complex/Complex Brick veneer and wood siding/Asphalt shingles Contemporary 1965

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: Spanish Eclectic stylistic influence, a patio, wrought iron accents, and prominent chimney.

Facing north

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

14 1713 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Complex/Complex Brick veneer and wood siding/Asphalt shingles Contemporary 1965

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: Spanish Eclectic stylistic influence, a patio, wrought iron accents, and prominent chimney.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

15 1705 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1965

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, accent materials, prowed eaves, and wingwalls.

Facing northeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

15 1705 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1965

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, accent materials, prowed eaves, and wingwalls.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

16 1700 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Front gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Colonial Revival 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: a full width porch, a decorative door surround, a pedimented front gable, a round vent in the gable end, and sash windows. The property exhibits some Classical stylistic influences.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

16 1700 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Front gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Colonial Revival 1967

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: a full width porch, a decorative door surround, a pedimented front gable, a round vent in the gable end, and sash windows. The property exhibits some Classical stylistic influences.

Facing south

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

16 1700 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Front gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Colonial Revival 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: a full width porch, a decorative door surround, a pedimented front gable, a round vent in the gable end, and sash windows. The property exhibits some Classical stylistic influences.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

17 1704 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1965

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a colonnaded entry, and wingwalls.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

17 1704 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1965

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a colonnaded entry, and wingwalls.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

18 1708 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1965

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a full length porch, wrought iron window screens, and Colonial Revival stylistic influences.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

18 1708 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1965

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a full length porch, wrought iron window screens, and Colonial Revival stylistic influences.

Facing south

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

18 1708 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1965

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a full length porch, wrought iron window screens, and Colonial Revival stylistic influences.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

19 1710 Park Ridge Court Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a colonnaded entry, and wingwalls.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

19 1710 Park Ridge Court Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a colonnaded entry, and wingwalls.

Facing east

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

20 1714 Park Ridge Court Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable with front gable protruding bay Brick and stone veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1964

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent stone and brick, integrated planter box, and a colonnaded entry.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

20 1714 Park Ridge Court Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable with front gable protruding bay Brick and stone veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1964

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent stone and brick, integrated planter box, and a colonnaded entry.

Facing south

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

21 1716 Park Ridge Court Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, Colonial Revival stylistic influence, and a colonnaded entry.

Facing south

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

21 1716 Park Ridge Court Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, Colonial Revival stylistic influence, and a colonnaded entry.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

22 1718 Park Ridge Court Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, decorative porch supports, and Spanish Eclectic stylistic influence. The property also has a decorative circular window.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

22 1718 Park Ridge Court Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, decorative porch supports, and Spanish Eclectic stylistic influence. The property also has a decorative circular window.

Facing west

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

22 1718 Park Ridge Court Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, decorative porch supports, and Spanish Eclectic stylistic influence. The property also has a decorative circular window.

Facing west

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

23 1720 Park Ridge Court Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Colonial Revival 1964

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: overhanging second story (via second story balcony), multi-light bowed windows, and a decorative door surround.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

23 1720 Park Ridge Court Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Colonial Revival 1964

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: overhanging second story (via second story balcony), multi-light bowed windows, and a decorative door surround.

Facing west

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

23 1720 Park Ridge Court Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Colonial Revival 1964

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: overhanging second story (via second story balcony), multi-light bowed windows, and a decorative door surround.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

24 1711 Parkcrest Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, flared walls/wingwalls, and exposed beams.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

24 1711 Parkcrest Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, flared walls/wingwalls, and exposed beams.

Facing east

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

25 1719 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable with front gable protruding bay Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a colonnaded entry, wingwalls, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

25 1719 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable with front gable protruding bay Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a colonnaded entry, wingwalls, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence.

Facing north-northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

26 1715 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: wingwalls, a colonnaded entry, and a window pattern (diamond-paned).

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

26 1715 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: wingwalls, a colonnaded entry, and a window pattern (diamond-paned).

Facing northeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

27 1705 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1965

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, wingwalls, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence.

Facing northeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

27 1705 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1965

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, wingwalls, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

28 1703 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: exposed beams, iron window screens, and accent materials.

Facing northeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

28 1703 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: exposed beams, iron window screens, and accent materials.

Facing north

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

28 1703 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1966

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: exposed beams, iron window screens, and accent materials.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

29 1701 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/ Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Colonial Revival 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: a full width porch, a decorative door surround, a pedimented front gable, a round vent in the gable end, and sash windows. The property exhibits some Classical stylistic influences.

Facing northeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

29 1701 Northcrest Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/ Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Colonial Revival 1967

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: a full width porch, a decorative door surround, a pedimented front gable, a round vent in the gable end, and sash windows. The property exhibits some Classical stylistic influences.

Facing north-northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

30 1610 Park Ridge Court Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/ Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1969

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, a colonnaded porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

30 1610 Park Ridge Court Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/ Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1969

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, a colonnaded porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence.

Facing west

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

31 1600 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Hip-on-gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, ironwork, a patio, and curved entry walls.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

31 1600 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Hip-on-gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, ironwork, a patio, and curved entry walls.

Facing south-southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

31 1600 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Hip-on-gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, ironwork, a patio, and curved entry walls.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

32 1510 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, iron porch supports, and a colonnaded porch.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

32 1510 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, iron porch supports, and a colonnaded porch.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

33 1504 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a colonnaded porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

33 1504 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, a colonnaded porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

34 1500 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and wingwalls.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

34 1500 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and wingwalls.

Facing south

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

35 1709 Cedar Elm East Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1969

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a colonnaded porch.

Facing northeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

35 1709 Cedar Elm East Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1969

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a colonnaded porch.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

36 1711 Cedar Elm East Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, a colonnaded porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence.

Facing northeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

36 1711 Cedar Elm East Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, a colonnaded porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence.

Facing east-southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

37 1422 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, prominent chimney, a colonnaded porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

37 1422 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, prominent chimney, a colonnaded porch, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence.

Facing south

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

38 1501 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a colonnaded entry.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

38 1501 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a colonnaded entry.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

39 1509 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a colonnaded entry.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

39 1509 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a colonnaded entry.

Facing northeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

40 1513 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Cross hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, vertical ribbon windows, and wingwalls.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

40 1513 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Cross hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, vertical ribbon windows, and wingwalls.

Facing northeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

41 1601 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Side gable with protruding front gable bay Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

41 1601 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Side gable with protruding front gable bay Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and Colonial Revival stylistic influence.

Facing north

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

42 1607 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, accent materials, and Colonial Revival stylistic influences.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

42 1607 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, accent materials, and Colonial Revival stylistic influences.

Facing north

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

42 1607 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Side gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, accent materials, and Colonial Revival stylistic influences.

Facing northeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

43 1609 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, a patio, and wrought iron grills.

Facing north-northeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

43 1609 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, a patio, and wrought iron grills.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

44 1605 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Gable on hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a colonnaded entry.

Facing northeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

44 1605 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Gable on hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1968

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a colonnaded entry.

Facing northwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

45 1503 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Cross hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, iron entry gate, a patio, and French Colonial stylistic influences.

Facing north

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

45 1503 Park Ridge Terrace Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Cross hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, iron entry gate, a patio, and French Colonial stylistic influences.

Facing north

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

46 1600 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: U-shaped/Cross gable Brick veneer/ Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a patio.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

46 1600 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: U-shaped/Cross gable Brick veneer/ Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a patio.

Facing south

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

47 1602 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a colonnaded entry.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

47 1602 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: L-shape/Cross gable Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Ranch 1967

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: accent materials, textured brickwork, and a colonnaded entry.

Facing south-southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

48 1608 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Square/Complex hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Vernacular 1968

Description/Alterations: One story vernacular residence exhibiting large window openings with small windows and paneling, and no garage.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

48 1608 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Square/Complex hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Vernacular 1968

Description/Alterations One story vernacular residence exhibiting large window openings with small windows and paneling, and no garage.

Facing south

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

48 1608 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Square/Complex hip Brick veneer/Asphalt shingles Vernacular 1968

Description/Alterations: One story vernacular residence exhibiting large window openings with small windows and paneling, and no garage.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

49 1612 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/ Brick veneer/Manufactured tile Ranch 1969

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, a patio, and Spanish Colonial stylistic influences.

Facing southwest

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number: Address: City: County:

49 1612 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype: DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/ Brick veneer/Manufactured tile Ranch 1969

Description/Alterations This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, a patio, and Spanish Colonial stylistic influences.

Facing south

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

Surveyed Resources Resource Number Address: City: County:

49 1612 Ridgeview Drive Arlington Tarrant

Property Type/Subtype DOMESTIC/Single dwelling Building Form/Roof: Wall/Roof Materials: Architectural Style: Construction Date: Rectangular/ Brick veneer/Manufactured tile Ranch 1969

Description/Alterations: This property exhibits the following original architectural features: textured brickwork, a patio, and Spanish Colonial stylistic influences.

Facing southeast

Historic Resources Survey Report Northcrest Park and Fielder Place Additions Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas

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