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Crestwood is a neighborhood in Fort Worth, Texas. Crestwood mostly features large homes that are competitively priced. This community dates back to 1941 and has continued to develop over the years.
This neighborhood is perfect for those seeking single-family homes. This is a varied community, with homes representing a wide range of time periods and styles. In general, homes in Crestwood are about $170,000 – $1,870,000 and sit on quarter-acre lots with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The most common type of parking is a garage.
This community has numerous amenities available for residents to enjoy. Crestwood is a great peaceful and quiet community conveniently located in a great location near downtown, Crockett Row, 7th Street, North Texas Health Science Center, cultural district, parks, major highways, shopping, dining, entertainment, schools and many more. AlsoConvenient to Lockheed Martin and Naval Reserve Base. Streets have clean sidewalks where residents can walk their dogs, lots of trees for cooler surroundings, and lots of birds everywhere.
About Fort Worth
The fifth-largest city in the state of Texas, Fort Worth is a vibrant and modern town that still embraces its Western heritage. Established as an Army trading outpost during the 19th century, it's no surprise that the city's motto is "Where the West begins." With rodeos, multinational corporations, museums, and universities, Forth Worth provide a unique, fun, and laid-back experience for everyone to enjoy. Fort Worth is more than just rodeos and livestock: combining its Western past with today's contemporary vibe and entertainment districts make Fort Worth a top travel destination in Texas.
In the "City of Cowboys and Culture" there is always something fun happening. Visit the Stockyards National Historic District, which is one of the most popular attractions in the city. It was once home to cowboys, cattlemen, and outlaws but today it's filled with locals and tourists getting a true Old American West experience. Walk down old brick streets that are lined with historic buildings, vintage shops, and saloons. See cowboys wrangle a bull or bronco at the Stockyards Championship Rodeo that happens weekly. You can also check out the Fort Worth Herd, which is the world's only twice-daily cattle drive. If you're not into the cowboy and cattle scene, then check out Texas Motor Speedway and watch a major racing series like NASCAR or IndyCar Racing for a thrilling, high-energy experience.
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.