Oakhurst - A Hidden Gem In Fort Worth, TX
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NTREIS data last updated July 24, 2021.
Oakhurst - Also Nicknamed "The Yucca Neighborhood" bY LOCALS
Located just north of downtown Fort Worth is a neighborhood that is a hidden gem – Oakhurst. Quickly approaching its centennial celebration, the Oakhurst community dates back to 1925. Known for its picturesque, lush green landscape lining neighborhood streets, Oakhurst is populated by residents that take great pride in their community. The active Oakhurst Neighborhood Association has a beautification committee that plants flowers, trims trees, and puts great care into its striking landscaping. Having a quaint, old-time feel, Oakhurst is conveniently and centrally located near Fort Worth’s downtown area, with glimpses of it available from homes situated along Yucca Avenue, which is why it’s also known as the Yucca Neighborhood. Residents enjoy its location near the Trinity River and close proximity to Interstate 35, a main artery in metro Fort Worth.
The neighborhood of Oakhurst has its roots beginning in 1923-24 when Fort Worth businessmen and brothers, John King and Henry King, began development through their company aptly named the Oakhurst Land Company, Inc. The area was experiencing rapid growth associated with an oil boom. Over the decades that followed, up until the current day, Oakhurst has experienced times of growth in step with the city of Fort Worth and the greater Riverside area, particularly during post-war times. Fort Worth continues to develop into one of America’s most progressive cities, and Oakhurst’s commitment to the quality of life for its residents continues to progress as well.
Nearly a century after the Kings first began their development; it is fascinating to compare their vision for Oakhurst with the neighborhood as it exists today. Oakhurst retains much of its original charm, and it is now listed as a Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places. The winding streets of West Oakhurst and mature oak trees throughout the neighborhood still reflect the original design intent of Hare and Hare, a preeminent landscape architecture firm hired by the King brothers during the period of Oakhurst’s initial development. To this day, Oakhurst residents take great pride in their homes, look out for the well-being of their neighbors, and continue to make the neighborhood a wonderful place to call home.
Homes In Oakhurst
Oakhurst has an abundance of older homes built during the 1920s and 1950s. The neighborhood doesn’t have a historic overlay; homeowners often apply for historic designations individually. There is also a plentiful amount of newer homes as well. Prices vary widely, with some smaller homes priced in the low $200’s and the high-end topping out at over $1 million. The median sale price for a home in Oakhurst is about $245,000. Many of the homes in Oakhurst have undergone extensive renovations, including the electrical and plumbing systems. They often feature hardwood floors, granite countertops, and spacious master bedrooms. Large, fenced backyards are also quite common in Oakhurst.
Oakhurst features schools which are part of the Fort Worth Independent School District (ISD), and include:
There are a number of private schools nearby as well. With more than 84,000 students in 82 elementary schools, 24 middles schools and 6th-grade centers, 21 high schools, and 16 other campuses, Fort Worth ISD is proud of its diverse student population and strong community partnerships. Under the leadership of the superintendent and the Board of Education, the District is undergoing a series of initiatives that will transform and redesign Fort Worth ISD schools.
Oakhurst Residents Enjoy Fort Worth
Being centrally located in metro Fort Worth, Oakhurst residents can easily enjoy all that the area has to offer. Its residents can be downtown and the surrounding area in a matter of minutes to enjoy:
- The Fort Worth Zoo
- Sundance Square
- Stockyards National Historic District
- Fort Worth Water Gardens
- Kimbell Art Museum
- Botanic Garden
- Japanese Garden
- Bureau of Engraving and Printing
- SeaQuest Fort Worth
- Modern Art Museum
Is a pedestrian-friendly downtown district packed with some of Fort Worth’s finest restaurants, coffee shops, and retail stores, including those that feature Western Wear. It’s also known as an entertainment hub, with small theaters, events, and concerts at Sundance Square Plaza. Children are often seen playing in the Plaza, dodging the streams of water shooting up from the play area’s jets.
Bass Performance Hall
Is situated in the downtown district, which is the nation’s third-largest cultural district and symbolizes one of the most successful downtown revitalization efforts in the country. Built entirely with private funds, Bass Performance Hall is the permanent home of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Texas Ballet Theater, Fort Worth Opera, and the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition and Cliburn Concerts.
The Kimbell Art Museum
is located on the perimeter of downtown Fort Worth and hosts a world-class art exhibition as well as traveling art exhibitions, educational programs, and an extensive research library. Its initial artwork came from the private collection of Kay and Velma Kimbell, who also provided funds for a new building to house it.
The NEW Dickies Arena
located within the Will Rogers Memorial Center, seats 14,000 and is home to many musical and sporting events.
Nearby Dining in Downtown Fort Worth
Because of its proximity to downtown, many Oakhurst residents’ favorite restaurants are located there. There is a wide variety of cuisines available to suit every palate, and they include:
- Del Frisco’s Grille
- Wicked Butcher
- Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen
- The Capital Grille
- The Cookshack
The best of Fort Worth is available to those that live in Oakhurst. Culture, education, dining, entertainment, and a great location are benefits residents enjoy year ‘round, and all near the beautiful homes which dot the landscape of Oakhurst.
Rely On An Oakhurst 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 Oakhurst or help you sell your home as you begin the next chapter in life. Contact David today at (817) 797-9047.
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