Why choose homes for sale in Heritage, Fort Worth?

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Real Estate Agent with DFWMoves.com 0401593

Why are home buyers drawn to North Fort Worth's Heritage Neighborhood? Well, it stands out from other Alliance and North Fort Worth neighborhoods for two reasons. 

First of all Heritage offers a wide range of home styles, sizes and price ranges. Homes for sale in Heritage can be found from the very affordable low $200,000's to triple that and more.Homes for Sale Near Heritage Addition Community CenterResidential lot sizes in Heritage range from about .14 acres all the way to around one half acre. Many of the neighborhood villages that make up The Heritage neighborhood offer homes with brick and stone exteriors, while others offer a more "cottage look". So there's a home in the neighborhood to fit every home buyers' size, style and budget range.

Next, Heritage is well known among home buyers for the incredible amenities the neighborhood offers. Over 200 acres of immaculately landscaped and maintained trails, parks, greenbelts and playgrounds weave through every neighborhood village. There is also a 10 acre community center that offers a lap pool, a lagoon pool with waterfall, a kiddie pool with splash bucket and water slides as well as volleyball and tennis!

The Heritage Neighborhood Offers 3 On-Site Keller ISD Schools.

Three Keller elementary schools are found within the boundary of Heritage. Bette Perot Elementary is located in the south west side of Heritage, off General Worth Drive south of Heritage Trace Parkway. Eagle Ridge Elementary is close to the heart of the Heritage addition, at the corner of Heritage Trace Parkway and North Beach Heritage Addition Fort Worth Neighborhood TrailsStreet. Kids in the Bette Perot and Eagle Ridge Elementary boundaries feed into Timberview Middle Schools' 5-8 grade campus before moving on to Timber Creek HighLone StarElementary is located in the south eastern portion of Heritage Addition on Shriver Rd., just west of Trace Ridge Parkway. Kids move from Lone Star Elementary to Parkwood Hill Intermediate, Hillwood Middle and on to Central High.

 

Heritage Neighbors Enjoy Nearby Alliance Town Center

Who wouldn't love the wide array of shopping, dining and entertainment found in the nearby Alliance Town Center? No matter what you're in the mood for, you'll likely find it here. From large chain retailers to small boutique options, if you can't find your heart's desire here you probably don't need it. Developed by Hillwood, the Heritage Addition North Fort Worth Poolsame folks who developed the Heritage neighborhood, the shopping area shares the same quality look and feel.

The Villages That Make Up The Heritage Addition

The Heritage addition is made up of several cohesive yet different "villages".  Each "village" lends itself to a particular price point and style.  The Bluffs at Heritage, for example, offers the largest, most elaborate homes in Heritage.  The Vineyards at Heritage, Trinity at Heritage and West Fork are a few others. Each village has a distinctive flavor, as well as unique main entrance signage and landscaping. You can read more about the active  Heritage Addition Homeowners Association here.Heritage, Fort Worth

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