FORT WORTH, TX – Embrey announced it has sold Kelley on Samuels Avenue, a premier property that has been carefully 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 relocating one to a new location. The other, known as Garvey House and Queen of the Trinity, has been converted 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 its historic preservation awards," said John Kirk, managing director and executive vice president of development. "The community itself offers views of the river and downtown Fort Worth skyline, as well as a comprehensive list of amenities. With its connection to Texas history, it has proven to be a desirable place for residents to be."
The communal facilities include a clubhouse that can be reserved for private parties, a library, a fitness center with yoga and a spin studio with a virtual trainer, a games room and a beer garden. Residents also have access to a tech lounge with WiFi, a bike shop and storage room, parcel lockers, an animal park and spa, an outdoor kitchen, spacious covered verandas and controlled access gates.
The units offer spacious floor plans and luxurious features such as full-size washers and dryers, wooden floorboards, large kitchen islands with undercounter sinks, stainless steel appliances, granite and quartz countertops, under-cabinet lighting, side-by-side refrigerators, and garden-style bathtubs.