Fort Worth Far North Community Information

Fossil Creek: The Fossil Creek neighborhood is the home of The Golf Club at Fossil Creek. This Arnold Palmer-designed golf club boasts a par-72, 18-hole public course that is surrounded by rolling hills, beautiful lakes and creeks, and mature trees, completing the magnificent backdrop of this challenging course. Most recently, the Golf Club at Fossil Creek was named the "8th Best Public Golf Course in North Texas" by Avid Golfer Magazine and was voted the "Favorite Public Golf Course ? Fort Worth" by the reader of The Fort Worth Star Telegram. Approximately 20,000 residents call the Fossil Creek neighborhood home. Real estate prices in this neighborhood start from under $75,000 to upwards of $350,000.

Heritage: Heritage is a master-planned residential community located just 20 minutes north of Fort Worth. Getting in and around the neighborhood is easy as Heritage is situated next to Interstate 35W, US 377, and Heritage Trace Parkway. Heritage's student population is zoned to the schools of the Keller Independent School District and has three elementary schools located within the community's boundaries: Bette Perot, Eagle Ridge, and Lone Star. Community amenities include the Alliance Town Center, a 10-acre world-class aquatic complex, over 2,000 acres of parks, hiking and biking trails and other green spaces, and a clubhouse complete with a fitness center, events hall, and an indoor kitchen and outdoor grill.

Park Glen: Park Glen is about a 20-minute drive from Fort Worth with students being zoned to the Keller Independent School District. The community is bounded by Beach Street to the west, Denton Highway to the east, with North Tarrant Parkway and Watauga Road lying on the south and north sides of the community, respectively. Home prices in this master-planned community run from the $100,000s to $250,000s.

Summerfields: The community of Summerfields is located about 20 minutes north of Fort Worth, with surrounding communities including Fossil Park, Brittany Place and Summerbrook. Students are zoned to the Keller Independent School District with Fossil Hill Middle School just steps away. Residents are also just minutes away from The Golf Club at Fossil Creek.

Harriet Creek Ranch: Harriet Creek Ranch is located just north of the Fort Worth Alliance Airport and about 35 minutes from Fort Worth. A master-planned community that features an assortment of amenities that are maintained by the community's HOA, interested buyers can expect real estate prices to range from $100,000 for a 3 bedroom/2 bathroom home built in 2005 to upwards of the low $200,000s for a 5 bedroom/3 bathroom home built in 2004.

Lake Country: Located about 30 minutes northwest from Fort Worth, Lake Country was established in 1971 as Lake Country Estates by four real estate developers. Lakefront homes and detached, single-family residences can be found in Lake Country, a community where residents can take advantage or the cool lakeside breezes and endless recreational opportunities presented to them by Eagle Mountain Lake. Other recreational opportunities can be found at the Lake Country Golf & Country Club and the Lake Country Recreational Center. Currently, there are approximately 8,322 residents here in Lake Country.

Marine Creek: Residents living in the Marine Creek neighborhood can expect an average commute time of about 35 minutes into the city during rush hour. However, when driving during non-peak hours, the average driving time usually rounds out at about 20 minutes into the city. Residents are just minutes from Marine Creek Reservoir, a 250-acre reservoir that was constructed by the Tarrant Regional Water District back in 1958. Here at the reservoir, residents can engage in a variety of recreational activities such as swimming, boating, and fishing for catfish, white bass, and black bass.

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