View Over Trinity River
My favorite neighborhoods have always been niche neighborhoods. The ones that best combine nature and vibrancy. My favorite Fort Worth neighborhood is the niche neighborhood of Rivercrest Bluffs.
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Rivercrest Bluffs Neighborhood
Trinity River District
Many favored neighborhoods of Fort Worth are found in the River District, close to restaurants, the medical district, and museums that make the neighborhood fun and convenient.
Trinity River Water District Meadow
In the Trinity River District, the gated Rivercrest Bluffs neighborhood was created along the Trinity River and adjacent to the meadows and bike trails of the public lands that wrap around the neighborhood. Rivercrest Bluffs is the perfect name for this appealing small, secluded, gated development in the River District. The river embraces a peninsula of land that crests at the bluffs along the Trinity River. Wide sweeping views of the river and meadows provide pleasing vistas and immediate access through the private gate to the meadows and bike paths along the Trinity.
Trinity River Neighborhood Reminiscent of Turtle Creek Neighborhood in Dallas
My favorite neighborhood in Fort Worth, Rivercrest Bluffs, reminds me of my favorite neighborhood in Dallas, Turtle Creek Park. They are both small and secluded with approximately 37 homes and lots surrounded by water and trails. Rivercrest Bluffs, like Turtle Creek, feels totally removed from the city with its panoramic views of meadows, waters and trees, and yet they are both only four minutes from the arts and cultural districts and within walking distance to the most fashionable restaurants.
Fort Worth Neighborhood—Nature and Vibrancy
The joy of living in Fort Worth is that it is a major city with some of the most important museums in the country. The Kimbell Art Museum, the Fort Worth Modern Museum, the Amon Carter Museum and others are designed by international architects and the acquisition committees’ funds allow them to compete with any museum in the world for art acquisitions.
Rivercrest Bluffs Neighborhood Restaurants Add Vibrancy
After you enjoy nature walking or biking along the trail by the Trinity River, you will be able to walk a block to one of many Fort Worth favorite restaurants. These include Salsa Limon, Lettuce Cook, Heim Barbecue, and many others.
These restaurants are drawing people from around the region and across the country to come visit. Here you will only have to walk down the street.
Fort Worth Still Has Feel and Space of Texas
Many in Dallas feel like Fort Worth is the cosmopolitan center of the North Texas region because when their friends visit, the first thing they want to do is to go to the museums in Fort Worth. But what distinguishes Fort Worth is its sense of space and Texas culture as a backdrop to all the avant garde recreational opportunities.
Rivercrest Bluff Neighbors
One can often judge a neighborhood by its neighbors. Rivercrest Bluffs has fabulous neighbors from nationally renowned surgeons to young families with children and the prominent Fort Worth homebuilder Michael Dike of Village Homes and his family. You know this is a great neighborhood when a homebuilder has built homes in prestigious developments across Fort Worth and this is the first neighborhood they wanted to leave their previous home of 16 years so they could build a home here themselves. They can also work with your architect and build a home for you.
Whether you buy a lot and build a home or move into a home already built, you will enjoy the neighborhood porch parties and the friendly Fort Worth atmosphere of Rivercrest Bluffs.
Featured Lot for Sale
While every homesite in Rivercrest Bluffs is good, this site at 25 Clementine is what I consider far and away the best lot in this development. For the same reasons Rivercrest Bluff is my favorite Fort Worth neighborhood, 25 Clementine is my favorite site. Located at the end of the cul-de-sac next to the private gate that opens to the meadow, the trail, and the Trinity River, this land is high on the bluff with extensive views of the river and surrounding nature that cannot be built on. The Trinity River is behind the lot and running the length of the lot is the Trinity Water District land that descends to the river and cannot be built on. I have always said it’s not how big one’s lot is, it’s what you are next to—a meadow, water, trails, forest. This site for an architect-designed home has it all. You will be gazing down the Trinity River from two sides of your home and from another side of your home, you will be looking across a meadow where no homes can be built, that descends to the Trinity River. Visually, you will feel like you own over 100 acres and still have the intimacy of a great neighborhood.