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Arlington Heights is located just north of I-30 and below Camp Bowie Boulevard, known for its iconic red bricks. It’s a historic and diverse neighborhood with mostly craftsman style homes and smaller lots.
It’s located in the middle of the cultural district with some of the best museums in the country. Being so closely located to Camp Bowie and Hulen, there’s a wide variety of restaurants and stores just minutes away.
Additionally, it’s proximity to I-30 makes travel 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.
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 tournament on the PGA tour 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, modern mansions and older homes that have been completely remodeled or renovated. Prices of homes range from $750,000 to $989,000 and average square footage for homes in the Arlington Heights area is 2,500.
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. It’s 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.
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, an expansive selection of dining choices and open-air pedestrian plazas make it a lively and cosmopolitan place to call home.
Downtown Fort Worth living offers a variety of options including affordable apartments in low rise buildings, lofts in historic buildings, high end condo 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.
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 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.
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 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.
The historic Mistletoe Heights neighborhood is one of the oldest in Fort Worth and is officially designated as a historic district by the city of Fort Worth.
It overlooks the scenic Trinity River with walking trails nearby. It’s 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.
Most of the craftsman style homes have been restored and are well-known in the area for the welcoming front porches. The sprawling trees and sidewalks also contribute to the cozy feel of this close-knit neighborhood.
The homes are on the smaller size, ranging from 1,500 to 2,000 square feet. Prices of homes range from the upper $300s to mid to $500,000 and above.
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