Downtown Fort Worth
Hulen Bend/Quail Ridge/Park Palisades
Meadows West/Bellaire North
Montserrat / La Cantera / Montrachet
Arlington Heights is a historic and diverse neighborhood in the middle of the cultural district. Its well-known, centralized location is defined by the border of Camp Bowie Blvd. on the north, I-30 on the south and west and Montgomery Street on the east.
The architecture is mostly quaint looking, craftsman style homes and smaller lots. As with many areas of Fort Worth, home buyers are starting to purchase the homes more for their location and either completely renovate or clear the lot and start over with new construction.
This neighborhood is particularly popular because of it's closeness to both Camp Bowie Blvd. and Hulen Street, which both have numerous restaurants and shopping opportunities. Being in the middle of the culture district, residents are also just minutes from some of the best museums in the world. Additionally, it's proximity to I-30 makes traveling to downtown, Arlington and Dallas, basically effortless.
Prices of homes range from $340,000 to $450,000 and average square footage for homes in the Arlington Heights area is 1,855.
Berkeley Place and the adjacent Mistletoe Heights neighborhood are two of the oldest neighborhoods in Fort Worth. Mistletoe Heights is officially designated as a historic district by the city of Fort Worth.
Both neighborhoods overlook the scenic Trinity River with walking trails nearby. Their convenient location offers close proximity to the Botanical Gardens, Japanese Gardens and the Fort Worth Zoo, which is ranked as the No. 5 zoo in the entire nation.
The homes in each neighborhood are a mix of modest and grand with several different architectural styles. Single-story brick homes mixed in with larger two-story homes, while a classic red-brick Craftsman may sit next to a Mediterranean stucco dwelling. Houses generally fit the early 20th century feel of the neighborhood without any stark modern architecture.
Most of the craftsman style homes have been restored and are well-known in the area for their welcoming oversized front porches. The sprawling trees and sidewalks also contribute to the cozy feel of this close-knit neighborhood.
Homes in Berkeley Place tend to be more expensive than Mistletoe Heights. On average, prices of homes in the neighborhoods range from the upper $300s to mid to $500,00
and above for the larger houses.
Candleridge and Wedgewood are located in far Southwest Fort Worth. The main boundaries of the two close by neighborhoods include Granbury Road, Altamesa Blvd., McCart Ave. and Westcreek Dr.
Most homes are all brick ranch style homes with attached garages. You'll find some newer construction in the Candleridge neighborhood, just slightly south of the well-known "W" streets in Wedgewood.
Considered by many to be "suburbia in the city," residents have the best of both worlds. Easy access to three neighborhood parks: Candleridge Park, home to French Lake, Wedgewood Park, both with walking trails and large playgrounds and Le Blanc Park which has tennis courts, soccer fields and a basketball court.
The YMCA, the Fort Worth Public Library and Hulen Mall are also located nearby, with plenty of access to grocery stores, shopping, etc.
Most homes average around $305,000 and are single family homes on generous lots.
The centrally located Colonial neighborhood in Southwest Fort Worth offers close proximity to Colonial Country Club, Texas Christian University and the top-ranked Fort Worth Zoo. The neighborhood’s namesake Colonial Country Club is a private golf course and home of the Charles Schwab Challenge, a prominent PGA tournament and one of the biggest events in the city.
The area is close to several parks, convenient retail shopping at University Park Village and the bike paths along the Trinity River.
Mature trees line the curvy streets while the architecture is a mixture of Spanish style villas, Colonial style homes, modern mansions and older homes that have been completely remodeled or renovated. The main streets within this highly sought after neighborhood include University Drive, Colonial Parkway, Simondale, Alton Road and Stadium Drive.
Prices of homes range from $750,000 to seven figures and average square footage for homes is in the 2,500 range.
Crestwood is a quiet, historic and diverse neighborhood noted for its trees, gardens and parks and upscale mix of apartments, condos and homes for sale and rent. The neighborhood is 100 percent residential and is surrounded by the Trinity River on three sides with White Settlement being the main road in and out of the neighborhood.
Kelly Park Trailhead boasts Little League ball fields and a wildflower area, and gives access to the Trinity Trails network of paved trails and riverside activities. Rockwood Park, also close by, offers a public golf course with a driving range and putting greens, as well as soccer and baseball fields.
Because of the wide range of living opportunities, living in Crestwood can cost you anywhere from $300,000 to $850,000 or more.
Downtown Fort Worth
Living in downtown Fort Worth offers low maintenance living, shortened commute times, easy access to I-30 and a healthy lifestyle where walking and biking are the norm.
Community events, live music and entertainment, a variety of shopping opportunities and dining choices and open-air pedestrian plazas make it a lively and cosmopolitan place to call home.
A variety of living options exist including affordable apartments in low rise buildings, lofts in historic buildings, high end condominium towers, along with luxury rentals with all the amenities in newly constructed ultra-modern complexes.
Properties currently for sale in this neighborhood are listed from $300,000 to $1,000,000. Average square footage tends to be around 1,200 to 1,500 square feet.
The Fairmount neighborhood in Fort Worth offers an eclectic mix of old and newly renovated Craftsman bungalows and American foursquare style homes. The neighborhood has been designated as the largest collection of historical housing in the Southwest with the majority of homes being built in the late 1880’s to the 1920’s.
The cost of living in Fairmount can vary widely as many homes have been fully restored on the inside while there are still more affordable homes that require a wide range of interior and/or structural restoration work. An active homeowner’s association ensures that the historical integrity of the homes are maintained.
Being right next door to the historical Ryan Place neighborhood, within walking distance to the lively and eclectic Magnolia Avenue, plus in close proximity to the Medical District and downtown Fort Worth, make it a convenient location for accessing multiple areas of the city.
Prices and home size vary, often depending on the level of renovation that’s gone into the home. Prices can range anywhere from $300,000 to $500,000 and above and square footage can run from 1,500 to more than 2,500 square feet.
Hulen Bend/Quail Ridge/Park Palisades
All three neighborhoods are located in Southwest Fort Worth with close proximity to the Chisholm Trail and the Southwest Medical District. Altamesa and Bryant Irvin are two of biggest access points into each of the three neighborhoods.
There are a wide variety of living options including homes and apartments. There are several planned communities that offer extra security including Hulen Bend Estates and Quail Ridge Estates.
Residents have access to a wide variety of various greens spaces, parks and playgrounds including the Oakmont Park Trailhead on the Trinity Trails, Candleridge Park, Foster Park and Quail Ridge Park. Numerous dining options and grocery stores are also just a short drive away.
The homes are mid-sized, located on moderately sized lots with homes averaging in the low $400,000 range.
Meadows West/Bellaire Park North
Located in southwest Fort Worth, near Country Day School, Meadows West, also referred to as Bellaire Park North, is a quiet suburban enclave of large one and two-story traditional style homes, accented with mature trees and walking and biking paths.
This area of southwest Fort Worth is 100 percent residential with neighboring residential neighborhoods including Country Day and Mont Del Estates.
The neighborhood has several parks, including the popular Oakmont Park, and offers close proximity to the Trinity River and Trinity Trails. Meadows West is close to shopping, the Southwest Medical District and the Chisholm Trail Parkway.
The average price of homes ranges from $500,000 to $700,000. Average square footage ranges from 3,500 to 4,500 square feet.
Mira Vista is a 700-acre gated community located just seven miles southwest of downtown Fort Worth. The nearby Chisholm Trail Parkway offers easy access to other areas of town.
The resort-like development offers residents a breathtaking parklike atmosphere with nature trails, ponds and plenty of green space.
Located within the gated community is Mira Vista Country Club is a private, member owned club which boasts indoor and outdoor tennis courts, a par 71 golf course, a full size swimming pool, fitness center and numerous dining locations.
The homes in this exclusive community vary from garden homes near the entrance to luxurious 10,000 square foot mansions overlooking views of the golf course. The larger homes sit on oversized lots and include impressive outdoor living spaces that include fountains, pools and beautifully manicured large gardens. Architectural styles range from traditional to modern to Mediterranean.
Prices range from $700,000 for the garden style homes to multi-million dollar listings for the larger, luxury mansions.
Located just two miles from the downtown business district, one of Monticello’s distinguishing characteristics is that it sits around Monticello Park with it’s gently curved tree-lined streets and bungalow style houses. This tightly knit community is known for its community events that primarily take place in Monticello Park.
Within walking distance are the internationally celebrated Kimbell Art Museum, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and the Amon Carter Museum of American Art.
Often confused for Rivercrest, residents can sometimes find lower priced homes because of the smaller lot sizes and average square footage per home. However, there is a wide variety of price ranges, depending on the number of bedrooms and bathrooms.
Prices tend to start in the $600,000 range and can go all the way up to seven figures.
Montserrat - La Cantera - Montrachet
All three of these luxurious, resort-style developments offer 24-hour gated security and are purely residential with acres of green space, tranquil parks, hiking trails and more.
Homes in all three neighborhoods consist of regal mansions and unique estate homes on oversized lots, often with a French chateau or English manor-inspired design. You won’t find any houses with less than two stories or three bedrooms, six or more bedrooms are the most common.
Many houses are custom new builds, although pre-owned estates are also available.
These properties are priced well above the $1,000,000 price point, with some homes going as high as $2,500,000 or more.
The exclusive development of Montserrat can be found just inside the 820 Loop between I-20 and I-30. It offers residents beautiful views, including more than 30 acres of parks, green space and 150-foot cliffs overlooking Mary’s Creek.
The 17-acre Sagrada Park has walking trails meandering through giant trees and a versatile sports court. The two-acre Ridgetop Park is a well-manicured green space with peaceful landscaping, ponds stocked for fishing and areas for play and picnics.
La Cantera can be found just inside the 820 Loop between I-20 and I-30, on the opposite side of 820 from Montserrat. It’s located within the prestigious Team Ranch community of Fort Worth, Texas.
Among the opulent houses and backyards with lush landscaping, beautiful outdoor living spaces, pools, hot tubs and breathtaking water features, residents can also enjoy private ponds, hiking and jogging trails.
Of the three private neighborhoods, La Cantera is known to have homes that can be more competitively priced than Montserrat or Montrachet.
Montrachet is the most recent luxurious gated community and was developed by the same group as Montserrat.
Montrachet is bordered by Mary’s Creek to the north, Montserrat to the east, Team Ranch Road to the south and FM 2871/Chapin School Road to the west. Montrachet is ideally situated for convenience, at the intersection of Fort Worth, Aledo and Benbrook.
The private neighborhood covers more than 45 acres of greenspace, affording residents miles of hiking and biking trails, riverside verandas and a private grove gazebo.
The centrally located Overton Park neighborhood is situated among multiple parks, biking trails, and jogging paths. The area is known for the abundance of beautiful, mature trees, close proximity to the Trinity River trails, Southwest Regional Library, convenient shopping, numerous restaurants and the newly constructed Overton Park Elementary School.
The main entryway into this neighborhood is Bellaire Drive South and it includes the streets off of South Hulen all the way to I-20 and Hulen Mall.
Just north of Interstate 20 and east of Hulen Street, Foster Park is a small suburb also included in this area with the main streets being Trail Lake Drive and West Seminary Drive. Granbury Road is considered the dividing line between Foster Park and the Westcliff neighborhood. Foster Park, named for its location, has two playgrounds, a baseball field, basketball court, a duck pond and multiple trails and creeks to explore.
This diverse neighborhood features a housing mixture including low priced single-family homes, larger mid-range priced single-family homes as well as rentals in low rise
townhouse style complexes. Homes closer to the Bellaire Drive South area tend to be significantly more expensive and tend to decrease as you get closer to I-20 and the Foster Park area.
Overton Woods is an upper-middle-class neighborhood with a northern border of Bellaire Drive South, western border along the Trinity River and an eastern border of South. Hulen St.
This well-established and highly coveted neighborhood is within minutes of the Trinity Commons, an outdoor shopping mall that includes retail and dining. Residents have convenient access to the Trinity Trails for biking, running and walking. Easy access to the Chisholm Trail makes it convenient to downtown.
Plentiful, mature trees line the tranquil streets of this mostly quiet neighborhood. Most of the single-family houses within the Overton Woods community are expansive multi-level brick and stone exterior estate homes built in the 1980s. Oversized landscaped property with long or semi-circle driveways are a signature of this established neighborhood with large shade trees.
It can be quite costly to get into this neighborhood as homes sell fast, have oversized lots and expansive square footage within the homes. Entry prices can start around $800,000 and go up into the high seven figures.
Situated on a bluff above the Fort Worth Zoo, Park Hill is a small neighborhood of homes with mostly large Spanish-inspired and Tudor style architecture on circular streets. Park Hill, the central road, offers quaint but lauded neighborhood restaurants like Park Hill Café and Greek House. Park Hill marks the southern edge of the neighborhood while the circular street of Winton Terrace encompasses the other borders.
Park Hill is located minutes from the Medical District, Tillery Park and the Fort Worth Zoo. Neighboring communities include Berkeley Place and Mistletoe Heights.
Entry prices into the neighborhood start around $500,000 while the majority tend to be the in high six figures to lower seven figures.
Ridglea: Ridglea Hills, Ridglea North & Ridglea Country Club Estates
Located on the West side of Fort Worth, Ridglea encompasses several subdivisions or suburbs including Ridglea Hills. Ridglea North and Ridglea Country Club Hills Estates.
Ridglea Hills is an eclectic neighborhood that offers a combination of a tight-knit community along with access to a multitude of shopping and dining options along Camp Bowie Boulevard. Ridglea Country Club is also a popular reason to move to the area. The private club offers two golf courses, 11 outdoor tennis courts, swimming pool, a fitness center and multiple dining options.
It’s the only neighborhood in central Fort Worth that offers lake living with homes bordering the picturesque Luther Lake, located in the middle of the neighborhood.
You’ll find the largest concentration of mid century modern style homes in this neighborhood with ranch style and traditional home styles intermixed.
Homes in this conveniently located neighborhood continue to rise in value. The average sales price for Ridglea Hills homes is $475,000 but you’ll find the larger homes or homes that have recently been renovated at significantly higher prices.
This extension of the Ridglea neighborhood centers around Morris E. Berney Park and is bordered by Camp Bowie on the south, Calmont on the north, Bryant Irvin on the east and Olive on the west.
The homes in Ridglea North are a mix of architectural styles and sizes. Many of the older homes have been updated or enlarged and some have been torn down to make room for newly constructed homes. Mature trees line the streets and Berney Park continues to be the heart of this lovely neighborhood.
Entry points into this neighborhood are on the more affordable side with price ranges from $300,000 to $500,000.
Ridglea Country Club Estates
Named for the South golf course, located within 5 minutes of the main Ridglea Country Club location, this neighborhood has one entry in and out of the neighborhood, adding an increased sense of security for its residents.
Located right off 183, its location provides easy access to Bryant Irvin, Camp Bowie Boulevard and the Chisholm Trail Parkway.
Living options include a mix of condominiums for rent and purchase and moderately to larger sized houses. Price ranges for the condominiums that line the golf course range from $150,000 to $250,000, depending on size, view and whether or not they’ve been recently updated. Home prices range from the upper $400s to $650,000 and above.
Located on the northside of I30, just east of Ridgmar Mall, the Ridgmar neighborhood is tucked beside Shady Oaks Country Club and the highly renowned Westover Hills neighborhood.
Many homes were built in the 1970s and feature a mixture of ranch-style houses, mid-century moderns, and traditional homes, many with large backyards and tall trees.
Leonard Park is located within this neighborhood and contains a playground, walking trails and picnic trails for residents to enjoy on nice days.
The average price point for homes in the Ridgmar neighborhood tends to be within the $400,000 to $500,000 range.
Rivercrest is among the city’s most affluent and exclusive neighborhoods. This prestigious and picturesque community surrounds the century old fairway of River Crest Country Club and is located in West Fort Worth.
Two-story houses are common, and there is plenty of new construction as larger, updated homes replace smaller, older ones. There are more than 30 grandiose, historic homes dating back to 1893. Along the tree-lined streets, there are architectural styles ranging from craftsman bungalow to classic Mediterranean. Many homes have views of the beautifully manicured Rivercrest golf course.
Rivercrest has easy access to Camp Bowie Blvd, Hulen Street and I-30, making it a centrally located neighborhood with nearby shopping, dining and entertainment options just minutes away.
The price ranges for the majority of Rivercrest homes are going to be in the seven figure range because of their elegant grandeur and architectural details. There are some smaller homes, located closer to Camp Bowie that may offer entry points in the mid to high six figures, depending on size and whether or not they’ve been recently renovated.
Riverhills is located within the historic Edwards Ranch, just minutes from the Chisholm Trail and Bryant Irvin. Three phases of planned communities have been completed with two more planned for the future.
It’s convenient location, with the Waterside development and the Shops at Clearfork in close proximity, complemented by 50 acres of surrounding parkland and 40 miles of Trinity hike and bike trails.
With community lawns and large gathering spaces, Riverhills has a close-knit neighborhood feel combined with an elegant nature inspired atmosphere and luxury style homes.
There are six choices of high end custom built estate homes. Their beautifully detailed architectural designs offer a wide range of home styles giving it the feel of a well-established neighborhood versus a new development.
Most houses are approximately 4,000 square feet and average around $1,500,000.
Located off Bryant Irvin between Interstate 20 and Interstate 30, there are three gated communities near the Trinity River, each located in park-like settings with mature trees and landscaping. The communities include River Park, Riverwood and Riverbend Villas.
The one and two-story homes tend to be larger homes but set on smaller lots, giving it an intimate neighborhood feel.
This neighborhood is close to both The Shops at Clearfork and the Waterside development providing convenient shopping and dining opportunities for the residents. The Trinity River is also just a short walk away.
Being situated off of Bryant Irvin, near I-30, I-20, the Chisholm Trail Parkway and the 820 Loop provide maximum ease for commuters needing to access any part of the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Price ranges for homes in the three gated communities tend to start in the high six figure range, with many selling for more than $1,000,000.
The historic Ryan Place neighborhood, developed in the early 1900's, is well-known for its stately gates at the main entrance to the community, located at Elizabeth Boulevard and Eighth Avenue.
Located on the near Southside area of Fort Worth, Ryan Place and the neighboring historic neighborhood of Fairmont, provide easy access to the eclectic Magnolia area, the Medical District and downtown Fort Worth.
Homes with stately columns, wrap around porches and second floor balconies are the real standouts in this tight-knit community. Larger homes often have guest cottages, which were originally intended to be servants’ quarters. While these two-story homes get the most attention, most houses are actually modest one-stories with two or three bedrooms. Basements and detached garages are common.
Prices vary greatly in this neighborhood, depending on size, the condition of the home and whether they’re closer to Eighth Avenue or closer to Hemphill Street. Many of the larger homes have also been turned into quadplex rental properties as well.
Purchase prices can range from $450,000 to upper six and seven figures.
In central Fort Worth, located just east of Hulen Street and the Chisholm Trail Parkway, Stonegate is a 24-hour gated neighborhood peacefully tucked away, yet just minutes from all of life's necessities and amenities.
It’s near the playground, green areas and jogging trails of Overton Park. It’s within walking distance to Tanglewood Elementary School and the expansive Trinity Commons Shopping Center which offers a variety of dining, grocery and other shopping options.
Most properties are close to 3,000 feet, with smaller lot sizes and contain three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Located in central Fort Worth, this well-known, highly coveted neighborhood is highly desired because of Tanglewood Elementary, one of the highest performing public schools in Fort Worth ISD.
Not only does the elementary school make it a highly desirable location, it’s proximity to the Trinity Commons Shopping Center and Trinity River offer residents a multitude of conveniences, entertainment and outdoor activities.
Bordered by Hulen, Bellaire, Stonegate and Harlanwood, close by neighborhoods include Stonegate, Overton Park and Overton Woods.
Mature trees line the streets with the majority of the houses having oversized lots and at least three bedrooms.
Most homes are older with many being renovated to accommodate people’s desire for more open floor plans, updated kitchens and larger closets and bathrooms.
Home prices range from the high six figure to low seven figure range.
One of the newest master planned communities is located in the Southwest area of Fort Worth, close to Mira Vista Country Club, Benbrook Lake and the Southwest Medical District. And with the Chisholm Trail nearby, you can reach downtown Fort Worth in just five minutes.
Living options within Tavolo Park include apartments, homes and independent retirement living.
Nature is at the heart of this planned community. Instead of the typical play equipment, there are rocks to scramble over. Swings and balance beams made of logs and even a slide built into the slope of a little hill.
Other additional activities include a swimming pool, with poolside cabanas, a bocce ball court, a large green space to play tag on the lawn or cook in their communal kitchen for community events or gather round the communal table and enjoy cookouts with friends and family.
They even have outdoor movie nights and concerts during the warmer months.
Homes are on the larger size and prices range in the $500,000 to $600,000 range.
The TCU/Westcliff area of Fort Worth is a mixed-use neighborhood and offers a wide variety of housing options to fit a range of budgets and housing needs, from rental to home ownership. Prominent streets in this area include Trail Lake, Bluebonnet Circle and Berry Street.
It offers close proximity to TCU with many homes within walking distance to restaurants and bars. There’s plenty of grocery stores and anything else you could need.
There’s always a variety of entertainment options going on. Certain areas of the neighborhood are known for their annual celebrations for Fourth of July, among other holidays. There are multiple parks and there’s always extra energy in the air during TCU home sporting events.
Most homes are on the smaller and older side with some renovations starting to take place. You’ll find charming bungalows, condos and apartments, townhome homes, and beautiful custom-designed estates.
Because of the diversity of housing options, home prices range from the low to the high six-figure range.
Ventana is a 492-acre master-planned community located off I-20 at Chapin School Road near Loop 820 in Fort Worth.
Amenities include a 2,400 square-foot open-air pavilion, a resort-style pool, outdoor grills and family dining areas, an event lawn and miles of walking trails. Additional recreational opportunities in the immediate vicinity include Benbrook Lake, WhiteStone Golf Club, and several city parks.
Homes vary in size from three to four bed and bathrooms and a square footage range of 2,000 to 3,000 square feet. There are 5 highly acclaimed home builders with homes selling in the $400,000 to $600,000 range.
Westover Hills is one of the wealthiest cities within Texas and is surrounded by the city of Fort Worth. It's situated in west Fort Worth, north of I-30 and Camp Bowie Boulevard, encompassing part of the Shady Oaks Country Club.
Established in 1937, with less than a thousand residents to date, the area is known for its massive lots and magnificent views. The stately and sophisticated city is distinctly known for its luxurious, architect-designed mansions on massive lots with magnificent views. Mature trees are everywhere, soaring over grand estates that are hidden by landscaping and privacy walls.
Many older houses in the neighborhood are currently undergoing epic renovations or complete rebuilds in favor of more opulent modern homes. Style varies widely, from colonial to modern to Tudor revival.
Homes are all in the multi-million dollar range because of their oversized lots, opulent houses and it’s exclusiv, tight-knit neighborhood feel.