Designed in the early 1900’s by the prestigious architecture firm of Sanguinet and Staats, this beautiful estate was painstakingly constructed over a three-year period beginning in 1910. Named for its original owners, the Baldridge estate, one of Fort Worth’s original homesteads, became a Texas Landmark in 1978. Preserving the architectural integrity of this historic home and its grounds was a priority for the current owners. Recently completing an exhaustive two-year renovation, this timeless home is now an artful balance of historic elegance and modern comfort. Located in Fort Worth’s most prestigious neighborhood, the Baldridge House is minutes from the most exclusive and sought after River Crest Country Club, the fine dining and shopping of Camp Bowie Boulevard, the world-famous art collections of The Modern, Amon G. Carter and Kimbell art museums, the excitement and nightlife of the newly developed 7th Street corridor, Fort Worth’s vibrant downtown „Sundance Square and the expansive beauty of the Trinity River park and trail system. Few properties command the privacy and proud stature of the Baldridge House.