FORT WORTH, TX - Embrey announced that it has sold Kelley at Samuels Avenue, a premier property thoughtfully integrated into a historic site overlooking the Trinity River, in Fort Worth.
As part of the project, Embrey preserved two historic homes on the site by moving one to a new location, and the other, known as the Garvey House and "Queen of the Trinity" was transformed into the property's leasing office. The Garvey House is a Texas landmark recorded by the Texas Historical Commission.
"Embrey is quite proud of this project and the awards recognizing the historic preservation," said John Kirk, Managing Director & Executive Vice President of Development. "The community itself offers views of the river and the skyline of downtown Fort Worth and a comprehensive list of amenities. With its connection to Texas history, it has proven to be a desirable place where residents want to be."
Community amenities include a reservable clubhouse for private parties, a resident library, a fitness center with yoga and spin studio with virtual trainer, a game room, and a bier garden. Residents also have access to a tech lounge with WIFI, a bike shop and storage, package lockers, a pet park and spa, an outdoor kitchen, expansive covered porches, and controlled access gates.
Units offer spacious floor plans and luxury appointments such as full-size washers and dryers, wood-style plank flooring, large kitchen islands with undermount sinks, stainless appliances, granite and quartz countertops, under-cabinet lighting, side-by-side refrigerators, and garden-style soaking tubs.