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We purchased a house - built in 1972 in FT Worth TX. We think it might have been one of the models as there isn't another of the design in the neighborhood. It has an "interesting" floor plan and we are trying to figure out what some of the areas were originally designed as. The house had several owners and was rental property...a few modifications (wall built on top of carpeting) When we took up the carpeting (not original) we could see the remnants of what we think was carpeted areas and vinyl half circles and circles around the great room. I'm hoping to find the architects rendition/floor plan that they used to sell the model...might be earlier than 1972. In the cement driveway it says Frank Black 1972, not sure it is the builder.
Susan
 
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Have you gone to the city to see who pulled the permits to build it? It might give you a clue as to where to start.
 
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Thank you...a place to start.
 
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Yes metwo is right..go to the county or city building dept...builders have to submit a blueprint. Not sure one is still around but there might be a floorplan on your public records.
Good luck.
 
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