South of Fort Worth
Benbrook is quickly growing from a suburb of Fort Worth to merely an extension of the ever-expanding city. It offers easy access to Fort Worth via Interstate 20 and Us Highway 377.
Neighborhoods are densely suburban and there are multiple new home communities that have been built in the last few years including Tavolo Park, Ventana and the newest development, Palomino Estates. They’ve become known for their high performing public schools and their friendly neighborhood communities.
Benbrook offers all of the amenities needed without leaving the area, including shopping, multiple restaurants, grocery stores, parks, etc. It’s also just a short distance from Benbrook Lake where you can fish, hike and enjoy the wide open green spaces.
Its extremely close proximity to Fort Worth and make up of newer homes that typically don’t need much work, it can be an appealing place for buyers looking to pay less but still have fairly quick access to Fort Worth.
Medium home prices are in the $400,000 range and can go up or down from there, based on square footage and number of bedrooms and bathrooms.
The city of Burleson is less than 20 miles south from downtown Fort Worth, located directly off Interstate 35 and also accessible from the Chisholm Trail Parkway. The city offers a broad mix of housing options ranging from suburban homes and rural countryside lots with multiple acres of land for farming or agricultural activities.
As Fort Worth continues to grow, the city of Burleson has grown tremendously. While it still offers more of a small-town feel, new developments with larger homes continue to populate the area.
Old Town Burleson is the cultural center of the city with local stores, restaurants and many arts and music events throughout the year. Other
popular attractions include the Burleson Antique Mall, Jellystone Park and Pirates Cove Water Park, local wineries and Southern Oaks Golf and Tennis Club.
From older homes to newer developments, many which are gated communities, there’s a large variety of home styles and sizes in Burleson. You can find older, smaller homes for as little as the low $200,000s with the larger, newer homes being in the $500,000 to $600,000 range.
A suburb of Fort Worth, Crowley is located approximately 15 miles south of downtown Fort Worth. Overall, with a population of just 15,000 people, the city has a suburban feel but is quickly growing as Fort Worth continues to expand in all directions.
For people who are looking for moderate size homes on a more affordable budget, with convenient access to downtown Fort Worth, Crowley can be an attractive option.
Homes are on the more affordable side, ranging from $300,000 to $400,000, with some neighborhoods containing large, expansive lots and other new construction developments with newer homes with zero lot lawns, perfect for those looking for low maintenance landscaping.