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Basswood Crossing is a suburban neighborhood near Fort Worth, TX. Mostly large homes are on the site with the average unit sizes range from 1806 to 3000 square feet which can accommodate a 3-car garage! This fabulous community is perfect for those seeking single-family homes. In general, homes in Basswood Crossing are about $260,000 – $360,000 and sit on .15 - .30-acre lots with an average of three to four bedrooms and two to three bathrooms. The most common type of parking in the garage.
The neighborhood has a great school system including Saginaw High School, Highland Middle School, and High Country Elementary.
It is a quiet neighborhood with clean parks, recreation centers, and even a water park like Grapevine Lake: Water sports, fishing, biking, hiking, walking, camping, and more than 40 miles of paved and natural trails are all part of the fun at this 7,200-acre lake.
It is centrally located near Highway 287, 35W and 820 for easy access. Tarrant County College and the Golf Club at Fossil Creek are minutes away from the home.
Great community with friendly neighbors, lots of people walking their dogs or biking or walking which can make you feel safe. It has a small-town feel but it is a growing community with lots of new businesses opening up. Lots of restaurants available in the area and is great for families.
Basswood Crossing is located at the end of Basswood Blvd located near the thriving Alliance Corridor with amazing places to shop, eat, and have fun with the family. Convenient to major high ways, Kroger grocery stores, and large employers in the area!
The Fort Worth area provides a variety of activities, from water sports at Grapevine Lake to shopping along Magnolia Avenue. Steeped in the history of the American West, Fort Worth celebrates its cultural roots at the Fort Worth Stockyards, art shows and museums found all over the area.
The Fort Worth area provides a variety of activities, from water sports at Grapevine Lake to shopping along Magnolia Avenue. Steeped in the history of the American West, Fort Worth celebrates its cultural roots at the Fort Worth Stockyards, art shows and museums found all over the area. Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District: Fort Worth is where the West begins, and nothing embodies Texas’s famous heritage better than original brick walkways to the wooden corrals as you enjoy the nightlife at one of the many saloon-style restaurants and bars. Magnolia Avenue: Lined with a mix of eclectic shops, restaurants, and bars this funky-chic neighborhood with local shops calling home to decades-old buildings offers an “antique meets the modern” vibe.
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