Arlington Heights, Fort Worth, TX Homes for Sale

Find the newest home listings in Arlington Heights, Fort Worth today! The tight-knit community of Arlington Heights is one of Fort Worth, TX's hot spots, including older homes with unique charm built in Tudor and Craftsman style. Located just north of I-30 and south of Camp Bowie, the neighborhood of Arlington Heights is near vibrant nightlife, restaurants, and much more of Fort Worth's offerings. For more information on real estate for sale in Arlington Heights, Fort Worth, schedule a showing, call us today or send us an email. 

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Homes For Sale in Arlington Heights, Fort Worth, TX

Homes for Sale in Arlington Heights, Fort Worth, TX
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Arlington Heights, Real Estate Market

Arlington Heights is a highly sought after place to live, and today housing is at a premium. However, developers have recognized the demand and built many homes and condominium complexes in the area a well. Many of the townhomes and condos located in the neighborhood are nestled along the periphery, just off Interstate 30 and surrounding the Cultural District.

The single-family homes dissipated all through the neighborhood will, in general, be more historical in nature as space was developed all through the mid-1900s. If you're searching for a more metropolitan feel, the Cultural Region is an exceptionally walkable area in the southern part of the community, while calm rural-like regions are dissipated all through Arlington Heights.

Arlington Heights' 100-plus years of development resulted in various architectural styles in residential and commercial buildings. Any home in the Arlington Heights area can be found having one to five bedrooms and one to five bathrooms. Lot sizes found can range drastically from under acreage to plus five acres of property.

There is a wide range of current pricing in the market. An Arlington Heights area home's recent median sale price was $339,000, with an average of $207 per square foot. Homes range in age from 1893 to 2018 and in square footage from 1,000 to 4,000. Some historic areas of Arlington Heights have guidelines for retaining their original character.

Community Amenities

Picking where to take up residence in Fort Worth is nothing to joke about. Arlington Heights is a well known neighborhood for some reasons. It's a phenomenal neighborhood that tends to any of the way of life's needs. The closeness to business, retail, and amusement focuses on an enormous selling point. The substance of housing styles, from older to current, requests numerous purchasers, as well.

Residents of Arlington Heights enjoy taking a nice walk outside. Besides being more likely to have a walkable sidewalk out your door, green spaces are close by. For example:

  • Lake Como Park
  • Trinity Park | A 252-acre green area featuring a network of hiking trails, playgrounds, pavilions, restrooms, and water fountains

Another local green space that stands out is the fairways of River Crest Country Club, located in the nearby sought-after community of Rivercrest. The golf course is 6,300 yards, par 70, with meticulously manicured grass greens.
After a long day, whether you want something quick and casual or a more elegant dining venue, the Arlington Heights scene has a venue to please your taste buds. Some of the decades-old historic local favorites include:

  • Kincaid's Hamburgers
  • Lucile's
  • The Blue Bonnet Bakery

Along Camp Bowie Blvd near the community are more local favorites: Dough Boy Donuts, and The Lunch Box. While you can find TexMex and barbeque pretty much anymore, the dining scene is wonderfully diverse.

Other hotspots residents like to enjoy feature:

  • Mash'D | Featuring a brunch, lunch, and dinner menu
  • Olivella's | Popular pizza place
  • The Black Rooster Cafe Westside | Best spot for a delicious lunch or hit happy hour at
  • The Tavern | Perfect for happy hour with a broad menu of supreme cocktails

Enjoy the Texas sunshine and dine outside at popular patio spots. Winslow's Wine Cafe contemporary bistro, and La Madeleine a modern bakery-cafe.
As you can see, locals have numerous amenities and activities around them. This list of choices near Arlington Heights gives a broader idea of the enticing attraction serving the area.

Arlington Heights, Fort Worth, School Information

Quality education is a common trend among homebuyers with children in the Arlington Heights area. Arlington Heights is home to some of Fort Worth's best educational institutions in the Fort Worth Independent School District. The highly rated district educates students prekindergarten through grade 12, and these fine schools include:

Como Elementary School
4000 Horne Street
Fort Worth, TX, 76107
Prekindergarten - Grade 5
Student Enrollment: 460

North Hi Elementary School
3801 West 7th Street
Fort Worth, TX, 76107
Prekindergarten - Grade 5
Student Enrollment: 404

South Hi Elementary School
4101 Birchman Avenue
Fort Worth, TX, 76107
Prekindergarten - Grade 5
Student Enrollment:539

M L Phillips Elementary School
3020 Bigham Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX, 76116
Prekindergarten - Grade 5
Student Enrollment:489

Monnig Middle School
3136 Bigham Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX, 76116
Grade 6 - Grade 8
Student Enrollment: 665

Stripling Middle School
2100 Clover Lane
Fort Worth, TX, 76107
Grade 6 - Grade 8
Student Enrollment:692

Surrounding Neighborhoods

Arlington Heights has many fine surrounding neighborhoods filled with friendly faces and beautiful, well-kept streets. Some must-see communities include:

  • Arlington Manor: A single family home neighborhood in Arlington Heights. Arlington Manor is located on Belmont off Central east of Arlington Heights Road.
  • Berkley Square: A single family home neighborhood in Arlington Heights. Berkley Square is located on Kennicott off Hintz and Arlington Heights Road.
  • Catino Estates: A single family home neighborhood built in the late 1960s and 1970s by Catino Builders. Catino Estates consists of approximately 250 homes with floor plans ranging from 2,000 square feet to more than 3,200 square feet of living space. They are made up of ranches, colonials, and Cape Cods. Catino Estates is located in Arlington Heights.
  • Frenchman's Cove: Consists of both single family homes and townhomes. Frenchman's Cove is located in Arlington Heights, on Dundee east of Arlington Heights Road.
  • Ivy Hill: A single family home neighborhood built in the 1960s by Meister-Neiberg. Ivy Hill features 800 homes with floor plans ranging from 2,500 to 3,000 square feet of living space. Ivy Hill is located in Arlington Heights.
  • Northgate: A single family home neighborhood built in the mid-1980s by the Hoffman Group developers. Northgate is located on Windsor Road off Burr Oak and Arlington Heights Road in Arlington Heights.
  • Sherwood: Sherwood is a single-family home community in Arlington Heights. Sherwood is located on Kennicott off Palatine Road.

Living in Fort Worth, TX

Living in Fort Worth means living in the middle of action-packed streets and surrounded by friendly people of similar lifestyles. Fort Worth is a city where there is always happening! A few of the annual events, arts and culture, outdoor activities, and beautiful parks you can enjoy while living in Fort Worth, Texas, include:

The Stock Show and Rodeo is an activity that includes horse shows, rodeo activity, and various family-accommodating exercises. Live diversion, an amusement park, and a downtown motorcade are only a portion of what to take in. Food trucks and almost four sections of land for shopping will have everybody occupied at this yearly occasion.

Texas Motor Speedway is a popular spot while races happen throughout the year; two weekends are set aside to play host to NASCAR and INDYCAR racing stars. Alongside these great occasions, the city of Fort Worth regularly has celebrations, activities, and amusement occurring on a day to day. Praising all significant occasions like Easter, Fourth of July, and Christmas, there is no lack of activities in Fort Worth to enjoy and splurge in.

Fort Worth is home to plenty of artistry exhibitions, galleries, and social focuses. The world-famous Cultural District is arranged only a mile from downtown and celebrates a wide range of arts and sciences. Other great establishments, among the others, include:

  • Bass Performance Hall
  • Jubilee Theater
  • Fort Worth Opera
  • Texas Ballet Theater
  • Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
  • Fort Worth Stockyards Museum
  • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
  • Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame

Spend your days filled under the sun at the Fort Worth Water Garden strolling through the spectacular greenspace or taking in the stunning scenery on one of the benches situated throughout. Or head to Heritage Park Plaza, full of flowing water walls, channels, and pools.

If that isn't enough, the Fort Worth area has much more to offer, so much so residents could spend weeks walking the streets finding new activities and attractions to enjoy. If an ideal location, excellent housing markets, and thriving entertainment is your thing, then the Arlington Heights neighborhood is for you!

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