Fort Worth - Arlington Heights
Where the West Begins! Rich in culture, restaurants, and history!-West of the cultural district.
Arlington Heights is a highly sought after place to live and housing is at a premium. However, developers have recognized demand and built many homes and condominium complexes in the area. Most of the townhomes and condos in this neighborhood are nestled along the periphery, just off of Interstate 30 and surrounding the Cultural District. The single-family homes scattered throughout the neighborhood tend to be more historical in nature as the area was developed primarily throughout the mid 1900s. If you're looking for a more urban feel, the Cultural District is a highly walkable area in the southern part of the neighborhood, while quiet suburban-like areas are scattered throughout Arlington Heights. Students here would attend Fort Worth ISD.
Fort Worth - Arlington Heights Properties
- Edgecliff Village
- Fort Worth - Arlington Heights
- Fort Worth - South Hills, Wedgwood, Candleridge
- Fort Worth-Berkley, Ryan Place, Mistletoe Heights, Fairmount
- Ft Worth - Oakhurst
- Ft Worth - Ridglea Hills, Ridgmar, RCCE
- Ft Worth - TCU, Westcliff, Foster Park
- Ft Worth - Westworth VIllage, River Oaks
- FW - Westover Hills, Rivercrest, Monticello, River District
- FW -Colonial, Bellaire, Tanglewood, Overton Park/Woods
- Granbury and surrounding areas
- Haltom City Texas
- Hurst, Euless, Bedford
- Keller, Watauga
- Mansfield, Kennedale
- Saginaw, Haslet
- Weatherford, Willow Park, Hudson Oaks
- Richland Hills, North Richland Hills
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