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Echo Hills is a popular neighborhood in Fort Worth for homebuyers who can afford to buy a home in the median price range of $185K. This neighborhood is one of the highly sought after areas. It's a family-friendly area, close to shopping and highway access in Watauga where investors are looking for rentals or homeowners looking for quick equity. It is conveniently located in the heart of Watauga with great schools like the highly popular school district Keller ISD!
There are many great schools in the area and nice and well-maintained parks where you can bring your children and walk your dogs. South of the area is Watauga Public Library, Municipal Court, Police Department, and minutes away from Capp Smith Park. Close to different dining, schools, library, shopping, pet stores, fire & police station, department stores, lots of grocery stores, entertainment, and other essential establishments and amenities around. The subdivision is also accessible from Hwy 377 where most of the establishments are found. It is also close to downtown Fort Worth. There are 7 schools in Echo Hills. There are 2 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, 2 high schools, and no private & charter schools.
There are around 688 homes in Echo Hills Addition, Watauga, Texas. In general, the average listing price in this neighborhood is $198,000 compared to the $496,000 average in its county. It sits on .15 to .20 acre lots with three to four bedrooms and two to three bathrooms. The average floor area is around 1,232 square feet compared to the county average of 2,761 square feet. The average price per square feet is around $161 per square feet versus the county average of $186 per square feet. The average walk score is 26 versus 29 for the county. The average year built is 1978 versus the county average of 1992. The average age is 47 years old and 67% of residents are homeowners.
The majority of the residents are families with children. It is a safe place to raise their children and it is also pet-friendly. It's a quiet neighborhood where people can feel safe. There is plenty of sidewalk space and shade. People are always walking their dogs. There are annual festivals and a very good community center nearby so people who live here have a strong community. It's really a great location as it is a center of everything.