Featured Property Saginaw Texas
A Golden Opportunity in Saginaw
It's not every day that a home comes on the market in a city with the reputation and livability as Saginaw. Fortunately, such a home is now for sale at 808 Wrentham Drive. It offers everything you could want in comfortable suburban living
If you want to have the peace-and-quiet of the suburbs, yet be just minutes away from the city of Ft. Worth and all it has to offer, then Saginaw is the perfect match for you.
Jarvis Green can be considered the "Father of Saginaw." He named the town in 1882. Hailing from Michigan, Green initially named the city "Pontiac," which was rejected by the United States Postal Service. Being that Green had lived and worked on Saginaw St. in Michigan, he chose that street's name for the new Fort Worth area town.
The City of Saginaw has a growing population of just under 25,000 residents and cites the reason for its growth as:
- Proximity to Fort Worth
- Low crime rate
- Excellent schools and government services
- Great neighborhoods
- Abundant recreation activities
- High quality of life
Saginaw is served by the Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District, which has a 4-year graduation rate of over 95%. There are three high schools in the district:
- Boswell High School
- Saginaw High School
- Chisholm Trail High School
In addition, the city's younger students have access to three elementary schools and three middle schools.
Saginaw residents also find outstanding higher education opportunities right in their backyard. They include:
- Tarrant County College – Northwest Campus
- University of North Texas
- Texas Women's University
- The University of Texas at Arlington
- Texas Christian University (TCU)
- Texas Wesleyan University
- Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
808 Wrentham Drive in Saginaw
Located in Willowstone Estates, this beautiful, updated home offers 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and 1,568 square feet of living space.
The kitchen features lots of white cabinets, granite countertops, custom backsplash, and an island with a matching marble top. The island can double as a counter with comfortable seating for two.
The large living room has a cozy fireplace with space above it to accommodate your flat-screen television. It also has hardwood floors, which add personality throughout a large portion of the home.
Outdoor living can be enjoyed on the spacious, covered back patio. It easily accommodates two loveseats and two chairs and has a ceiling fan to help keep you cool in the summer months. Its spacious backyard offers an excellent view as you enjoy the patio.
The utility room is extra-large and has a nice open area for a table for sorting/folding, with room for an ironing board as well.
A large master bedroom connects with the master bathroom that has dual sinks and a Hollywood bathtub.
The home has excellent curb appeal, having an all-brick exterior, covered front porch, some seasoned trees, and well-maintained landscaping.
Gotta Check it Out
Less than 5 miles south when you hop on Main St. you'll find the famous Fort Worth Stockyards. Located just 3 miles from Fort Worth's central business district, The Stockyards is a 98-acre portion of the city and a vacation destination for families across America. It holds a former livestock market which operated under various owners from 1866.
The arrival of railroads in 1876 made the area a very important livestock center. Fort Worth Union Stockyards opened for business on January 19, 1890, covering 206 acres. On February 7, the Fort Worth Dressed Meat and Packing Company was founded. This facility was operated without profit until purchased by G. W. Simpson of Boston. To produce revenue, they reached out to the Swift and Armour companies to establish packing houses.
The Fort Worth Stockyards now celebrates Fort Worth's long tradition as a part of the cattle industry and was listed on the National Register as a historic district in 1976. The listing included 46 contributing buildings and one other contributing structure. Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks within the district include the entrance sign, the Livestock Exchange Building, and the Thannisch Block Building housing the Stockyards Hotel. State Antiquities Landmarks also include the entrance sign as well as the Armour & Swift Plaza and the Cowtown Coliseum.
The Stockyards consist of mainly entertainment and shopping venues that capitalize on the "Cowtown" image of Fort Worth. Home to the famous boot making company M.L. Leddy's, which is located in the heart of the Stockyards and The Maverick Fine Western Wear and Saloon where customers "can' belly up' to the bar, relax and have a cold beer while in the Stockyards; just like they did in the days of the big cattle drives", as they shop around the store.[ The city of Fort Worth is often referred to as "Where the West Begins."
Many bars and nightclubs (including Billy Bob's Texas) are located in the vicinity, and the area has a Western motif. There is also an opry and the weekly Stockyards Championship Rodeo. The Library of Congress states in their notes ~ "They are the last standing stockyards in the United States." Some volunteers still run the cattle drives through the stockyards, a practice developed in the late 19th century by the frontiersman Charles "Buffalo" Jones.
Rely On A Saginaw TEXAS Expert
Cities Real Estate agent David Pannell has been helping families with their real estate needs for over fifteen years. Specializing in Tarrant county's most desirable neighborhoods, David is a former United States Marine and City of Arlington police officer. He is a realtor you can trust to help you find your treasure in Saginaw or help you sell your home as you begin the next chapter in life. Contact David today at (817) 797-9047.
NTREIS data last updated September 25, 2021.