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Homes For Sale in North, Fort Worth TX

Homes for Sale in North, Fort Worth TX
January 20, 2022
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$206.27
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$299,900
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NTREIS data last updated January 20, 2022.

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North, Fort Worth Real Estate Market

There are many neighborhoods in North, Fort Worth. Some of the most popular neighborhoods are Diamond Hill, Northside, River Oaks, Rock Island, Sansom Park, Stockyards. Each of these neighborhoods has its own unique distinctions and features.

Diamond Hill is a historic neighborhood that was originally settled in the late 1800s. Today, it is home to many families and features beautiful homes and tree-lined streets. Northside is a popular neighborhood for young professionals and families. It is known for its mix of old and new homes, as well as its convenient location near downtown. River Oaks is a luxurious neighborhood that features large estates and a country club.

Rock Island is a popular area for retirees, and it is known for its quiet neighborhoods and beautiful golf course. Sansom Park is a family-friendly neighborhood that is home to several parks and churches. The Stockyards are a popular tourist destination, and they are known for their charming brick buildings and livestock auctions.

Families are drawn to North, Fort Worth due to its high-quality schools. Students in the area consistently score well on standardized tests and perform well in extracurricular activities. This quality education is another reason many people separate North Fort Worth from other areas in Tarrant County and across Texas.

One of the most attractive features about North, Fort Worth is its affordability. There is an abundance of homes in the area, and many sell for well under $500,000. Because there are so many homes available at lower prices, this can be an ideal location for first-time homebuyers to start looking for their new home. For those who are looking for a luxurious home, there are plenty of those available as well. The price tag on those homes is well in the millions.

North, Fort Worth Community Amenities

North, Fort Worth also offers easy access to downtown Fort Worth. The city offers a number of attractions for residents, including local nightlife and many different restaurants. In addition, there is plenty to do downtown during the day, with events such as festivals and parades almost every month throughout the year.

The city is home to a variety of parks and recreation areas. The most popular parks in the area include Gateway Park, Mountainview Park, and North Park. These parks offer playgrounds, picnic areas, basketball courts, and more.

A popular attraction in North, Fort Worth is the Kimbell Art Museum. This museum is home to one of the finest collections of art in the world, with works from some of the most famous artists in history. It is also one of the most architectural areas in Fort Worth. The museum is home to works by Picasso, Matisse, and Monet.

The Fort Worth Botanic Garden in North Fort Worth is one of the most popular attractions. This garden spans 137 acres and contains over 3,000 plant species from all over the world. There are also several gardens and greenhouses on the property, as well as a nature center and a cafe.

Golf is a popular pastime for people throughout the country. The city is bursting with wonderful courses that are perfect for any level of golfer. North, Fort Worth is home to some of the most popular and challenging golf courses in the area. Courses that are in North, Fort Worth vicinity include:

There is also a great amount of dining options for people living in North Fort Worth. Many restaurants range in price and cuisine type, so there's something for everyone. From Mexican food to Italian, American grill to seafood, North Fort Worth has it all! Plus, the restaurants here are known for being very accommodating to large groups, so North Fort Worth is perfect for groups of friends or families looking for a great meal out.

Some of the restaurants that can be found in the community are:

Located in a convenient location, residents of the North can complete all their shopping needs as plazas, malls and other stores are just a short drive away. There is a large variety of retailers nearby, which include:

  • Sundance Square - Various retailers & restaurants with outdoor dining.
  • Crockett Row - Popular area with 5 blocks of stylish boutiques, bars & restaurants, plus a movie theater & events.
  • WestBend - Commercial complex along the Trinity River with clothing stores, spa services & relaxed eateries.
  • University Park Village - High-end shopping mall featuring luxury apparel shops & casual dining options.

There are many great medical facilities in North, Fort Worth that residents can take advantage of if need be. This area is home to several major hospitals such as Cook Children's Hospital is one of the largest pediatric hospitals in the country. Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital and John Peter Smith Hospital are also located in the area.

North, Fort Worth School Information

North, Fort Worth falls under two school districts. The Northwest School District and the Keller School District. The Northwest School District has a school population of 24,500 students. The school district is growing right along with new construction and an expanding area. The District serves 3 counties and seven cities plus portions of seven more.

There are a number of schools that are located near the neighborhood. Some of these include

Northbrook Elementary School | 2500 Cantrell Sansom Rd, Fort Worth
Kindergarten - Grade 5 | Student Enrollment: 560
North Riverside Elementary | North Riverside Elementary, Fort Worth
Kindergarten - Grade 4 | Student Enrollment: 394
North Side High School |2211 Mckinley Ave, Fort Worth
Grade 9 - Grade 12 | Student Enrollment: 1,657
Lucyle Collins Middle School | 3651 Santos Dr, Fort Worth
Grades 7 - Grade 9 | Student Enrollment: 517

Along with excellent public schooling options available in North, Fort Worth, those who are interested in private education also have choices. Offering both religious and non-religious instruction, private schools in the area include:

Alliance Christian Academy | 3105 Harmon Rd, Fort Worth
Kindergarten-Grade 7 | Religious, Christian
All Saints Catholic School | 2006 N Houston St, Fort Worth
Kindergarten - Grade 12 | Religious, Catholic
Fort Worth Academy | 7301 Dutch Branch Road, Fort Worth
Kindergarten-Grade 8 | Private, non-religious

For those students who wish to continue their education post-high school, there are many wonderful universities and colleges that are located in Fort Worth. They include:

Surrounding Neighborhoods

North, Fort Worth is nestled among some of the best neighborhoods in the city. There are many diverse neighborhoods in the city and each one has its own character and flavor. Some of the neighborhoods include the following.

Alamo Heights, Fort Worth

Alamo Heights is a neighborhood in the city of Fort Worth, Texas. It is located on the southwest side of the city. The population of this neighborhood is 2,719 and contains many homes dating to the 1970s and 1980s. Many of Alamo Heights' residents are highly educated professionals, managers, and associate professionals. In addition to being a peaceful neighborhood with well-kept houses and friendly neighbors, Alamo Heights contains easy access to Interstate 20 and IH-35W. This makes it a great place for traveling throughout Fort Worth and beyond.

Arlington Heights, Fort Worth

Arlington Heights is a neighborhood that is generally bound by Camp Bowie Boulevard to the north and west, Interstate 30 to the south, and Montgomery to the east. The area is home to a diverse mix of businesses and families, and it continues to grow at a rapid pace. The homes were generally built in the 1920s and are of either a Bungalow or Tudor architectural style.

Rivercrest, Fort Worth

Rivercrest is considered one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Fort Worth. It is located in the heart of the city, adjacent to downtown and near the Cultural District. The neighborhood is known for its large, estate-sized homes that sit on well-manicured lots. With its close proximity to downtown and all the cultural attractions that it offers, Rivercrest is a popular neighborhood for those who want to be in the middle of it all. The homes surround Rivercrest Country Club that is located in the area.

Living in Fort Worth, Texas

Living in Fort Worth is a great experience. The city has a lot to offer its residents, including a strong economy, plenty of cultural attractions, and a great quality of life. The city's economy is doing well, thanks to its strong ties to the energy industry. Fort Worth is home to several large energy companies, including XTO Energy and Chesapeake Energy. As a result, the city has a low unemployment rate and a thriving economy.

The city also has a rich cultural heritage and is home to several museums, including the Kimbell Art Museum, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and the National Cowgirl Museum, and the Hall of Fame. The city also has a number of performing arts venues, including the Bass Performance Hall and the Fort Worth Opera House.

Fort Worth is also known for its great quality of life, thanks to its low cost of living and abundance of parks and recreational opportunities. The city has more than 200 parks, including the Trinity River Park, which is one of the largest urban parks in the country. The city also has a number of golf courses, bike trails, and other recreational opportunities.

No matter what your lifestyle is, there is sure to be a neighborhood in North, Fort Worth that is perfect for you. With so many great neighborhoods to choose from, you are sure to find one that fits your needs and desires. Start exploring the neighborhoods of North, Fort Worth.

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