Home seekers will enjoy the many different neighborhoods to choose from here, as well as the variety of houses, condos and townhomes available. Depending on where you settle, you could be right downtown, next to a popular community park or near top-rated schools.
We hope that our website's community information will help you to choose between the many wonderful areas; each has a lot to offer the home buyer.
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Located half-way between Fort Worth and Weatherford, Aledo gives you the opportunity to live in a rural atmosphere just minutes from the city. This community is inhabited by families young and old. The Aledo High School football team has won seven state championships, and Friday night games are always attended by the entire community. If you want a small-town rural experience, just minutes from Fort Worth, check out the homes and community of Aledo.
Alliance, Texas is an 18,000-acre, active-lifestyle community located in north Fort Worth. This area was master-planned and developed by Hillwood, a Perot Company. Alliance, Texas is home to more than 470 companies, over 47,500 employees, and home options that will fit any budget and lifestyle. With five housing developments located in wonderful school districts from Keller to Northwest Argyle ISD, you are sure to find the perfect fit for you and your family.
Arlington Heights sits just west of downtown Fort Worth, off Camp Bowie Boulevard. The homes in this area consist of bungalows and cottages built in the early to mid-1900s. In the past ten years, new homes have been built in this neighborhood as well as townhouses and condos. The close proximity to the unique shopping and dining located along Camp Bowie Boulevard make this one of the premier areas to reside in Fort Worth.
The historic neighborhoods of Berkeley Place, Ryan Place and Fairmount sit close to downtown Fort Worth and the hospital district. Fairmount is the largest historic neighborhood in the southwestern United States, and is comprised of mostly bungalows from the late 1880s through the early 1920s. Ryan Place and Berkeley Place include the historic mansions that were in their glory days in the mid 1920s. Dining and entertainment abound here, as well as attractions for history buffs and urban lovers.
Located West of Weatherford, in Parker County, sit the communities of Brock and Millsap. With a combined population of approximately 26,000 residents, these communities offer a laid-back lifestyle outside the hustle and bustle of the city. The schools offer excellent education and sports, and are supported by the local community. New construction, including the new El Dorado development, started in late 2016, offers beautiful new homes for families of all sizes. Country-living exemplified.
The unique feel of Fort Worth is encompassed in its downtown area. Patrolled by policemen on bicycles, Fort Worth’s downtown includes an urban feel, with the ambiance of Sundance Square and numerous unique restaurants and shopping. Whether you want to attend a musical performance at Bass Hall, listen to live music, or just have a relaxing dinner, you can find it in downtown Fort Worth. Choose a condo, townhouse, or the unparalleled Residences at the Omni Hotel - urban living at its finest!
Farm and ranch properties in North Texas offer an escape from the hustle of city life, a retreat for hunting or enjoying nature, and a valuable investment in a commodity that is relatively rare. Crumbie Real Estate is well-versed in IRS 1031 tax-deferred exchange transactions and can assist you with all aspects of protecting your land investment, including oil and gas mineral and royalty interest advising through our sister company, Crumbie Energy Group.
Horse lovers usually check out the barn before the house when looking for property. We understand, since some of our agents own horses. From show ponies to pasture ornaments, we can help you find the perfect place for your 4-legged friends. And, we will find you a nice stable to live in, as well!
One of Fort Worth’s premiere golf courses and country clubs is within the gated community of Mira Vista. Located in Southwest Fort Worth, homes in this gated community range from garden homes to grand, luxury custom homes. Members of this community enjoy the swimming pool, premiere dining, and golf course included at Mira Vista Country Club, along with the safety of a gated community. Mira Vista is across the street from Trinity Valley School, and close to Hulen Mall and south side dining.
West 7th Street is an incredible hot spot for unique dining, high-end shopping, and entertainment. Upscale lofts sit above the hustle and bustle of West 7th Street, offering everything within walking distance of home. Both young professionals and empty-nesters looking for urban living love this area. Homey cottages and upscale homes are surrounded by beautiful trees and parks. Families with children are drawn to this area for its suburban feel, just minutes from downtown and central Fort Worth.
Situated on the West Side of Fort Worth, Ridglea and Ridgmar neighborhoods have been a mecca for families for many years. Close to shopping malls and the activity of Camp Bowie Boulevard, neighborhood parks, restaurants and shopping, this area is one many Fort Worth families call home. Homes in these neighborhoods range from those built in the early 1900s to the recent influx of newer homes being built over the past ten years.
If you are looking for a newer home within the city of Fort Worth, River Park and Riverhills are the areas for you. The gated neighborhoods of River Park include newer custom homes with the added benefit of mature trees and beautifully-landscaped lots. Construction began on Riverhills in 2013, and the beautiful homes in this neighborhood are within walking distance to the new shopping/dining areas of Waterside and Clearfork. Fort Worth Country Day is also a stones throw away.
Rivercrest and Westover Hills are two of the oldest and most beautiful neighborhoods in Fort Worth. Both neighborhoods sit close to country clubs and the cultural district, including the world-renowned Fort Worth museums. Homes in these neighborhoods range from large and elegant to quaint cottage homes. If you desire to be near the hustle and bustle of Fort Worth, yet come home to a beautifully landscaped, tranquil area, Rivercrest and Westover Hills are the neighborhoods for you.
If you like the hustle and bustle of Dallas and Fort Worth but like to live in a more relaxed setting, the areas of Southlake, Northlake or Westlake are perfect for you! Just 20 to 30 minutes from Dallas/Fort Worth, each of these areas have a neighborhood to fit your lifestyle. Choose from the sophisticated community of Southlake, to the wide-open spaces of Northlake. Terrific shopping, great restaurants, and choice schools make "the lakes" a prime area.
Tanglewood and Overton Park homes are within walking distance to the coveted Blue-Ribbon School of Tanglewood Elementary, and in the school district of McLean and Paschal High School. Homes in this area are lined with trees and along the walking path of the Trinity Trail, enjoyed by children on bicycles and walkers/joggers young and old. The added appeal of nearby shopping and dining make these neighborhoods coveted by families with young and older children alike.
The TCU/Colonial Country Club/Park Hill neighborhoods of Fort Worth are within walking distance to the beautiful campus of Texas Christian University. Homes in this area range from charming cottages to larger homes, both old and new. Just down University Avenue from fine dining, the shopping at University Village and the Fort Worth Zoo, this neighborhood has something for everyone.