Arlington Heights

Arlington Heights is one of the original core Fort Worth neighborhoods conveniently located between the museums of the cultural district and the destination retail/dining/ area of Ridglea, with a straight shot to downtown Fort Worth, just 2 miles away. The majority of the homes in this area were built in the 1930's and 1940's, with hardwood floors, brick and wood frame construction. The area is considered a prime location to renovate, restore, and remodel the older houses keeping the architecture intact and adding 21st century amenities. Architecturally, styles range from one-story Craftsman style and Prairie style bungalows to completely renovated two-story houses situated on tree-lined streets with sidewalks. The entire neighborhood straddles Camp Bowie Boulevard, a brick lined landmark street designated as a historical site by the Texas Historical Commission in 1978. In 1917, the Camp Bowie area served as a training ground for the 36th Division of the Texas-Oklahoma National Guard.

 

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