Colonial Hills - TCU Area of Fort Worth
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NTREIS data last updated October 24, 2020.
Colonial Area in Fort Worth, TX 76109
The broader Colonial area of Fort Worth, TX 76109 has a range of homes built between the 1930s and today. The heart of the community are the few streets that surround the Colonial Country Club and Golf Course. This includes Country Club Circle, Colonial Parkway, and Stadium Drive. Basically, if you’re close to the country club, you’ve arrived.
You can get close to the most exclusive part of the Colonial area for a reasonable price. Active listings for homes in the general Colonial area range from the mid-100,000s for a small condo built in the 1960s to nearly $3 million for a 7500 square foot estate on 2/3 of an acre built in 2020. The median price of sold homes close to the Colonial Country Club (based on about two years of comps) was $995,000. The lowest priced home was sold in January, 2019 for $460K with an initial asking price of $549K. (Which had been dropped to about $475K by the time it sold.) In most cases sellers, on average, received about 94% of their asking price. In one case, the seller actually received 13% above list, but this is not typical. (We are masters of negotiation and can help you get a good deal on a Colonial area property.)
The Good Old Days
Many homes close to the Colonial Country Club were built in the 1930 to 1940s. The bargain home we discussed above was built in 1939. It has beautiful hardwood floors, but did sit on a small lot and needed updates. Worth sacrificing some space to get into a great neighborhood just five minutes away from an fancy-schmancy country club. On the other end of the spectrum is an estate built in 1928. Stunning Spanish-style architecture with the classic red tile roof and white stucco sits on 1.33 acres. This 5-bedroom, 7-bath home is about a four-minute drive to the country club.
The Tanglewood Elementary School is rated 10 out of 10 by GreatSchools.org. It is also nearby Texas Christian University (TCU). The middle and high school, unfortunately, pale by comparison. We recommend one of the local private schools like Fort Worth Country Day (grades K-12).
If you grow weary of all that country clubbing and hobnobbing with PGA elite, just head to downtown Fort Worth. You’ll be so close; you could almost walk there. (Which you won’t because this is Texas and, man, it’s hot.) Take a day trip to the Fort Worth Stockyards or feast your eyes on art from around the world at the Kimbell Art Museum.
Shopping, dining, and entertainment galore is waiting for you at The Shops at Clearfork. Shop ‘til you drop or run out of cash at Burberry, Neiman Marcus, and Louis Vuitton.
A great neighborhood restaurant is Charleston’s. Burgers, catfish, chicken – like Mom used to make, but like better. (Don’t tell her.) Their meatloaf is made with spicy ground beef, pork sausage, and a mix of cheeses. Chicken fried steak, of course. And, oh baby, slow-roasted prime rib. Grab yourself a big ol’ hunk of carrot cake for dessert.
Quiet and Exclusive
Homes in the Colonial area close to the Colonial Country Club and Golf Course do not come on the market often. No worries; we can help you in your search for the right home in (or at least near) this quiet and exclusive neighborhood. It is a wonderful place to raise a family or live an active lifestyle in retirement. Of course, with TCU so close, it may be awhile before the kids leave the nest.
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