Northwest Fort Worth Real Estate

Browse all Northwest Fort Worth homes for sale & Fort Worth real estate listings below. Northwest Fort Worth has a rich cultural tradition that is shaped by diversity in language, economic status, heritage, and background. Combine all this with a growing population within Northwest Fort Worth, and a truly unique region of Texas is born. Quick access to shopping, businesses, schools, and recreation options offer residents and visitors alike convenience to life's necessities. For information about Northwest Fort Worth properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Northwest Fort Worth real estate experts today.

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There are many great neighborhoods and communities to live in Northwest Fort Worth and VIP Realty is the agency to contact to find the ideal location for all new home buyers. We will assist buyers in finding the home for their budget. If selling a home in Northwest Fort Worth, VIP Realty can save you THOUSANDS in real estate commissions.

Northwest Fort Worth Homes for Sale

Location, location, location, this is the first consideration. What type of neighborhood to you want to live in? Does it appeal to you? What about proximity to schools? Even if your nest is empty, buying property in Northwest Fort Worth and proximity to excellent schools can come in handy when you do decide to fill up the nest. Or, it can pay off when it comes time to sell.

Almost every housing budget in Northwest Fort Worth can be accommodated. Single-family home buyers have a choice of between new homes in a master-planned community, a luxury residence in a gated enclave, eco-friendly designs or resale homes in an established neighborhood. You may also want to consider the available range of townhouses, lofts, and condominiums for sale.

You can even get your own wooded country homesite and experience the best of both worlds. Northwest Fort Worth homes for sale offer pure Hill Country living at its finest and near all the city conveniences your family craves. Restock your pantry at a nearby HEB grocery store or save money, shop local, and find unique goods at a farmers market nearby. Plus, big city attractions in Downtown/ Sundance Square awaits you. Come explore Northwest Fort Worth homes for sale with large acreage – the perfect place for your new primary or retirement home.

Things To Do In Northwest Fort Worth

A verdant greenbelt forms part of the Northwest Fort Worth real estate where residents can enjoy the parks, walking trails and recreation facilities Northwest Fort Worth has to offer. For a great outdoors experience, go fishing to Marine Creek Lake. It’s located in northwest Fort Worth on Marine Creek, a tributary of the Trinity River. Predominant fish species include spotted bass, channel catfish, largemouth bass, sunfishes and white crappie. You can catch catfish throughout the lake although they are not overly abundant. Minnows and jigs along the dam and in the deeper water in the upper ends of the lake are the best places to catch crappie.

You will find bass along the riprap on the dam as well as on the edges of the thick vegetation. Catch sunfish with live worms along the shore. Marine Creek has a good population of redear sunfish with some nice warmouth also present. You can also do kayaking. Park amenities in this location include parking, a port-a-potty, fountains and a covered seating area. You can also exercise on a fantastic 6 mile running/bike trail around the lake.

At the center of activity is Alliance Town Center. The booming Alliance region which stretches from North Tarrant Parkway to Golden Triangle Boulevard surrounds the center. Alliance Town Center is a 900-acre diverse mixed-use destination that utilizes a wellness district to unite the community. The center is home to a variety of retail, dining and entertainment options, alongside family-friendly activities for all ages.

The walking trails and bike routes provide walkable connections to various entertainment, residential and office options throughout Alliance Town Center. The trails also connect to the Arcadia Park Trail System which leads pedestrians through naturalized landscape corridors and into the established neighborhoods surrounding ATC. Ample areas of green spaces throughout allow for recreational activities for residents and visitors alike.

The U.S. Green Building Council recognized the development's smart growth sustainable blueprint, one of only two developments in Texas to receive the LEED certification. It’s also one of the most difficult sustainable designations to get. Small companies, entrepreneurs and Corporations from across the region and around the world constantly discover the allure of Alliance Texas.

Stockyards National Historic District 

The Stockyards National Historic District was once home to cowboys, cattlemen, and outlaws. Today, it's one of the most popular attractions in Texas as visitors’ stream in 24/7 to catch a glimpse of the true American West. Here, weathered brick streets are lined with restaurants, shops, saloons, and historic buildings. Exchange Avenue is the best place to start exploring the area.

Get a taste of the world's only twice-daily cattle drive at 11.30 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. at The Fort Worth Herd. The weekly Stockyards Championship Rodeo is where you will see bulls and broncs versus the cowboys. History buffs can brush up on local history at the Stockyards Museum and Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame. Dress the part as a cowboy or cowgirl at Western Wear and Fincher's White Front Western Wear, then two-step the night away with a concert at Billy Bob's Texas, the world's largest honky-tonk. Foodies can dine outside and nosh on Texas-style cuisine at Hunter Brothers' H3 Ranch, Lonesome Dove Western Bistro or Cattlemen's Steak House. Kid-friendly activities are aplenty at the Stockyards petting zoo, Cowtown Cattle pen Maze or a ride on the Grapevine Heritage Railroad.

Panther Island

Panther Island is a vibrant location north of Fort Worth teeming with outdoor recreation and entertainment options. Swing by Panther Island Pavilion - the only waterfront stage in Texas - watersports recreation at Backwoods Paddlesports, Coyote Drive-In Movie Theater and Panther Island Brewing. If you want to cool down the Texas heat in a unique way, Panther Island Ice is the only outdoor ice-skating rink in Fort Worth.

Fort Worth Meacham International Airport

The Fort Worth Meacham International Airport is a mere minutes from many North West Fort Worth real estate. This allows residents easy to travel for business or vacations. Located at the intersection of I-820 and US Hwy 287 in North West Fort Worth, Meacham is a general airport the same as Addison Airport in Dallas. The 745-acre airport was named after former Fort worth Mayor Henry C. Meacham. 

A diverse selection of educational institutions serves Northwest Fort Worth. Depending on their age, students may enroll at different elementary schools, Middle and High schools in the area. There’re also several private schools serving students’ from ages three through the tenth grade.

Northwest Fort Worth Real Estate Agents

Thinking of buying or selling a home in Northwest Fort Worth, TX? Let our local Fort Worth Texas real estate agents help guide you through the purchase of your next property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current Northwest Fort Worth home. As local Northwest Fort Worth agents, call VIP Realty TOLL FREE at 1-877-FLAT-MLS, we're experts on the market dynamics unique to the Fort Worth real estate market. We'll get to work for you today!

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