Feature We Love: Front Porch


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It’s no secret that we’re big advocates of curb appeal. Helping your home make the best first impression is always a good idea, whether you’re selling or not. While there are many ways to improve your curb appeal, one feature that always translates well is a front porch.

 

We’d say the odds are pretty good that most people either grew up with a front porch, watched families gather on them in TV shows, or just like the way they look architecturally. Whatever the reason, the¬†emotion attached to front porches is inherently good. Traditionally, they’re also associated with a simpler time, when homes all existed on streets where neighbors brought over cookies and waved to each other while driving down the street.

 

Check out eight front porches that have us wishing for a breezy morning, a hot cup of coffee, and a fresh newspaper.

Feature We Love: Front Porch^5007 Victor St., Dallas

 

Feature We Love: Front Porch^3339 Duchess Trail, Dallas

 

Feature We Love: Front Porch^11120 FM 678, Whitesboro

 

Feature We Love: Front Porch^2208 Huntington Lane, Fort Worth

 

Feature We Love: Front Porch^23159 Hwy. 78, Trenton

 

Feature We Love: Front Porch^5 Briarwood Circle, Richardson

 

Feature We Love: Front Porch^5243 Goodwin Ave., Dallas

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^1936 Chatburn Court, Fort Worth

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