Belfort Place Original Home
Original Belfort Place Home in Highland Park
Estate Home in Highland Park Designed by Architects Fooshee & Cheek
The simple Neocolonial style facade of this original Highland Park historic home does not reflect the Spanish Colonial Revival style for which architects Fooshee & Cheek are famous. This original Highland Park home had been clumsily added onto at different times and the interior had been badly modified, which caused the home to be offered for sale solely as a lot. The new Highland Park home being built in its place will have a much more historic Highland Park facade as it has been designed in a Spanish Colonial Revival style in the spirit of the Spanish Colonial Revival style that architects Fooshee & Cheek designed Highland Park Village and their best known homes in Highland Park, Swiss Avenue and Lakewood.
Architects Marion Fooshee and James Cheek designed this prominent home on the corner of Armstrong Parkway and Belfort Place. Armstrong Boulevard is one of the five iconic streets in Dallas. It is the perfect setting for the architects Fooshee & Cheek designed home on an acre of land in Highland Park.
Fooshee & Cheek were instrumental in the Spanish Colonial Revival style seen in Highland Park, from Highland Park Village to Highland Park homes. Here is a neocolonial style home with columns that extend its architectural grace to its Highland Park neighborhood. The home is sited on the corner of Belfort Place and Armstrong Parkway.
While architects Marion Fooshee and James Cheek are known for their Spanish Colonial style, as you can see here, they also designed beautiful colonial classic style homes including this Highland Park home at 4400 Belfort Place.
Gracious early Highland Park homes on iconic streets such as Armstrong Parkway, with the greatest number of large estate lots, are much admired. These estate lots give Highland Park homes a presence and pulchritude.
Large gracious homes on spacious estate lots help define the enduring allure of Highland Park.
The large estate homes on Armstrong Parkway set the architectural tone for all of the neighborhoods in Highland Park. This home at 4400 Belfort Place takes advantage of its prominent site on Armstrong Parkway and a quiet neighborhood street of Belfort Place.
This architecturally significant home well represents the homes found in the sixth section of Highland Park, west of Preston. Here the houses were built primarily in the 1930s rather than the 1910s and 1920s of Old Highland Park. However, many of the homes west of Preston are large and prestigious, especially those on Armstrong Parkway, like this one at 4400 Belfort Place.