Neighborhoods

Wylie

With it lush landscapes flourishing housing market and an award-winning school system Wylie attracts both residents and businesses looking for a small-town environment that also has easy access to big city amenities.

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Westover Hills

Westover Hills is an incorporated city completely surrounded by Fort Worth. An ultra-exclusive residential neighborhood Westover Hills is secluded and quiet with tree-shaded roads. Mansions dominate the area and most homes were architect-designed and custom-built for the prominent families who lived here.

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Waxahachie

Waxahachie’s culturally and historically rich history is interwoven with the history of Texas. The famed Shawnee Trail ran through what is now the center of town and it’s that spirit that helped build this town into a thriving city of nearly 30000. Today the town of Waxahachie covers 43 square miles and is minutes from downtown Dallas and Fort Worth.

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Watauga

New parks excellent schools and easy access to everything from arts to airports are only a few of the reasons why families find the city of Watauga a great place to call home.

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The Colony Texas

Fox & Jacobs opened its first 3000-home subdivision in The Colony in 1974 and it’s been exploding with new growth ever since. Newer developments take advantage of stunning views of Lake Lewisville to the west. The Colony also has one of the lowest crime rates in the metroplex. The Colony residents enjoy outstanding recreation opportunities award-winning schools and a family-oriented community all within easy access of major commercial centers.

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Trophy Club Texas

The 2400-acre Trophy Club master planned community is strategically located in the midst of two 18-hole championship golf courses in southern Denton County along the southwest shore of Lake Grapevine.

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TCU/University Texas

The TCU neighborhood is derived from its famous neighbor and major landowner Texas Christian University. The school’s presence helped encourage development to the southwest of Fort Worth during the 1920s and soon a streetcar line was routed to the campus and streets were paved.

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Southlake Texas

The city of Southlake Texas began its history back in 1866. This first plot of homestead land in Southlake was located on what is now Dove Road and consisted of 360 acres. Settlers from Dade County Georgia founded White’s Chapel Church located at Southlake Boulevard and White Chapel Boulevard in 1871.

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Saginaw Texas

Saginaw’s roots go back to the 1880s when it was the town where three then-major rail lines converged: the Chicago Rock Island and Gulf. Today Saginaw is one of the fastest growing communities in North Texas. Located just north of Loop 820 North at Business 287 Saginaw includes the communities of Blue Mound Saginaw and Lake Country Estates and is only minutes from Alliance Airport I-35 and downtown Fort Worth.

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Rowlett Texas

Located on the western shores of two Lake Ray Hubbard peninsulas Rowlett is one of the area’s fastest growing communities – the city has experienced a whopping 400 percent growth since 1980.

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Ryan Place

Ryan Place was originally marketed to the “elite and exclusive” although during the Great Depression building was halted and some houses began to deteriorate. In 1969 the Ryan Place Improvement Association started beautification efforts and the results are stunning. Ryan Place is the oldest intact residential neighborhood in Fort Worth with tree-lined streets sidewalks and beautiful ornamental streetlights.

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Richland Hills Texas

Despite their close proximity and similarities Richland Hills and North Richland Hills have different and unique personalities. Richland Hills is a progressive and vibrant community ideally situated for business in the crescent of Northeast Loop 820 and Texas State Highway 121 in Northeast Tarrant County.

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