North of Fort Worth
A small suburb of Fort Worth, Colleyville is located in Northeast Fort Worth, between Highway 183 and 114. It’s conveniently located near the airport, making it an attractive option for home buyers who travel frequently for work or pleasure.
It’s a highly affluent area that’s well known for its fine dining options, shopping and top rated public schools. It’s a small suburban area with plenty of parks and green space.
Most lots are oversized and homes are a mix of older homes and custom new seven-figure luxury mansions. The older homes can be on the lesser price end of the spectrum with a median price of $500,000 while many of the newer homes are priced within the multi-million dollar range.
Hurst-Euless-Bedford (Mid Cities area)
The trio of cities, Hurst-Euless-Bedford, is also known as the “Mid-Cities” region because of each cities central location to multiple highways and the Dallas-Fort Worth airport. The three cities share their own school and hospital district but each maintain separate city governments.
Hurst, Euless and Bedford are all densely populated cities with established communities and a mix of new and older homes. Townhomes and apartments are also widely available in each city. Residents enjoy access to multiple dining, shopping, parks and other entertainment establishments.
All three centrally located cities all offer homes of all sizes, types and prices. You’ll find options starting in the low $200,000 range all the way up to larger homes in $500,000 up to seven figures.
Located north on I-35, Keller is a suburb of Fort Worth. Residents are attracted to it's small town feel with the convenience of big city amenities in close proximity. Many are also drawn to the area because of its top rated public schools.
The quiet suburb with a large sense of community boasts more than 300 acres of parks, including 11 parks and 26 miles of trails ideal for hiking and biking. It’s many low-key neighborhood communities with public pools, tennis courts and parks also contribute to the overall appeal of this suburban area.
Old Town Keller is where you’ll find a blend of local businesses, shopping, dining, antique malls and community events.
The size and price of homes vary greatly from older, smaller homes that start in the
$400,000 to newly constructed houses that start in the $700,000 and go all the way up to
North Richland Hills
North Richland Hills is a suburb located directly Northeast of Fort Worth. It’s a densely populated suburb and currently listed as the third largest city in Tarrant County.
It’s known as a very welcoming community with amenities and activities for all ages and interests. Examples include a brand new library and recreation center, more than 800 acres of parkland, 30 miles of hike and bike trails, the award winning Iron Horse Golf Course and NRH2O Family Water Park
You’ll find a wide variety of home styles from older one story traditional brick architecture to newer custom builds with a more modern feel. Prices range from $350,000 to the upper $600,000, depending on the size and newness of the home.
Saginaw is a small, yet growing area with a rural feel, located north of Fort Worth near I-820 and I-35W. It offers both easy access to Fort Worth and Eagle Mountain Lake.
Residents enjoy the city's seven parks, some of which include playground equipment for the physically challenged. Recreational opportunities include a recreation center, the aquatic center, tennis courts, volleyball and basketball courts, jogging trails, picnic areas and a community center. The public library and senior citizen center offer a wealth of information and recreational activities.
Home buyers can currently find moderately priced homes in the $300,000 to $400,000 range.
Southlake is located in northeast Tarrant County, approximately 26 miles northwest of downtown Dallas and 25 miles northeast of downtown Fort Worth. It’s location makes it popular among people looking to live in a location with quick access to both Dallas and Fort Worth.
If it looks like a brand new city, it’s because development in the area didn’t begin until the late 1990s.
Known for its picturesque appearance of all public facilities and local businesses (even gas stations here have impressive architectural features), the homes in Southlake are expansive and sit on oversized lots. From modern mansions to lavish Spanish style castles, Forbes has named Southlake the most affluent neighborhood in the US for a town of its size based on average median household income estimates.
It’s also known for its multiple gated communities which contribute to the safe,
quiet environment you’ll find in the residential areas.
Southlake has some of the best public schools in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Southlake
Town Square is a multi-functional entertainment area with fine dining, shopping, a movie
theater and multiple areas for gathering or the many community events that take place throughout the year.