Fort Worth

Fort Worth

Get to know Fort Worth, TX


Fort Worth welcomes more than 8.8 million visitors annually, making the beautiful city one of the #1 tourist destinations in Texas. Although Fort Worth is the 16th largest city in the United states, it maintains a small-town feel in each one of its’ 8 entertainment districts. The city has many attractive accolades, including being named one of the best cities to buy a home and one of the Top 10 cities for Young Professionals by Forbes. Fort Worth Students can enjoy a diverse community in Fort Worth ISD with over 86,000 students in 83 elementary schools, 29 middle schools and 6th grade centers and 18 high schools.


Entertainment in Fort Worth, TX


Fort Worth is known as the city of “cowboys and culture”. Whether you love art and nature, festivals and historical museums, or are a foodie at heart – Fort Worth has exactly what you are looking for. Fort Worth is home to the only year-round rodeo in the world, Stockyards Championship Rodeo. Downtown Fort Worth, popularly known as Sundance Square, is a lively entertainment district that offers live music, wonderful restaurants, theatres, shops, and exciting nightlife.


One of the worlds’ top 10 Opera Houses, Bass Performance Hall, in conveniently located in the heart of Downtown Fort Worth. The Fort Worth Zoo is home to more than 7,000 native and exotic animals and is top-ranked nationally every year. From true Texas barbeque to fresh sushi, Fort Worth is home to over 1,600 unique restaurants. With festivals and concerts year-round, the citizens of Forth Worth always have something to look forward to.



History of Fort Worth, TX


Settled in 1849, Fort Worth originated as one of eight forts protecting settlers from Indian attacks. In 1876, the Texas & Pacific Railway arrived in Fort Worth, making the city the heart of Texas’ ranching industry. A city grew where an army camp once stood in the following years, and oil and aviation brought new wealth in the region.


When Sundance square was introduced in the mid-1980’s, the city took on a huge revitalization and began to grow as a tourist attraction. Although many new buildings have emerged since the birth of Fort Worth, the city’s earliest buildings endure today. The Western heritage of the city is thriving and blending amongst the art, culture and commerce Fort Worth holds today.

 
Fort Worth
Fort Worth
Fort Worth

OTHER Zoning | 10.12 Acre(s)
INDUST Zoning | 60.20 Acre(s)
7 Bed(s) | 16 Total Bath(s) | 24,093 SqFt
6 Bed(s) | 8 Total Bath(s) | 11,725 SqFt
4 Bed(s) | 6 Total Bath(s) | 8,967 SqFt
5 Bed(s) | 7 Total Bath(s) | 7,324 SqFt
NOTZON Zoning | 217.00 Acre(s)
4 Bed(s) | 5 Total Bath(s) | 7,130 SqFt
AGRICU Zoning | 17.25 Acre(s)
5 Bed(s) | 5 Total Bath(s) | 6,205 SqFt
INDUST,MULTIF Zoning | 17.50 Acre(s)
MULTIF,OFFICE,RETAIL Zoning | 0.44 Acre(s)
INDUST Zoning | 21.75 Acre(s)
6 Bed(s) | 4 Total Bath(s) | 4,749 SqFt
4 Bed(s) | 7 Total Bath(s) | 6,300 SqFt
5 Bed(s) | 7 Total Bath(s) | 7,110 SqFt
3 Bed(s) | 3 Total Bath(s) | 3,375 SqFt
OTHER Zoning | 20.00 Acre(s)
3 Bed(s) | 3 Total Bath(s) | 3,375 SqFt
4 Bed(s) | 9 Total Bath(s) | 11,334 SqFt
MULTIF,OTHER Zoning | 8.99 Acre(s)
MXDZON Zoning | 4.85 Acre(s)
OTHER Zoning | 90.77 Acre(s)
OFFICE,RETAIL Zoning | 14.58 Acre(s)
RESIDE Zoning | 5.90 Acre(s)

5,006

Listings Available

$122

Median Price/Per SqFt

$230,000

Median List Price

Listings Stats

Price RangePercentListings AvailableAction
$0 - $100K24.61%1232View Homes
$100K - $200K15.32%767View Homes
$200K - $300K31.78%1591View Homes
$300K - $400K14.56%729View Homes
$400K - $500K5.51%276View Homes
$500K - $600K2.70%135View Homes
$600K - $700K1.20%60View Homes
$700K - $800K0.90%45View Homes
$800K - $900K0.94%47View Homes
$900K+2.48%124View Homes

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