Cultural District

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About Cultural District

The Cultural District is a mere couple minute drive from downtown Fort Worth, Texas. This neighborhood is west of Seventh District and Downtown. It is bordered by tree-lined boulevards with brick pavers and lovely manicured lawns. The area includes shops, restaurants, a large variety of art galleries, cultural and science exhibits, art galleries, theaters, and the Will Rogers Memorial Center.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $575,000 to $798,000

Closed Prices: $235,000 to $785,000

Median Sale Price: $354,500

Average $ per sq ft: $252

Association Fee Ranges: $675/quarter, $2500, $185 to $486/mo, $0

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1922 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 896 to 3188 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 4 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 4 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 1 acres

Getting Around Cultural District

Around Cultural District

The homes in this affluent neighborhood come in all styles and sizes. You can choose from modest ranch-style homes all the way up to luxurious mansions. The homes all have large lawns, giving homeowners innumerable options for landscaping. Large beautiful trees are along the streets that provide shaded lawns and some respite from the Texas heat. The condominiums in this area are high-rises that have views of downtown Fort Worth and come with excellent views of sunrises and sunsets over the skyline.

The restaurants in this area are abundant and cover all kinds of cuisine. You can enjoy delicate continental cuisine by candlelight for a romantic dinner or satisfy your taste buds with award-winning Texas barbeque. You can enjoy steaks, pizza, pasta, Mexican cuisine, family-style hamburgers, and taste wines at several establishments on any given day. For some casual dining, residents of the Cultural District head to West 7th Street or Camp Bowie Boulevard.

You can see many of the area residents shopping in quaint little boutiques that are grouped together in the Cultural District. Most of the time, the shops and boutiques have expert services with the owners participating in the shops. This shopping area has a great variety and selection of products that change often. You can find the perfect gift for any special person or any special occasion without having to brave the large crowds in Fort Worth.

Many of the residents of this neighborhood can be found outside in the balmy Texas weather on a Friday night. Families and friends gather under the stars and enjoy the outdoors year round. Most of the area bars and restaurants are within walking distance to each other, making for an easy night out barhopping. The establishments here have multiple options for a great night out, from piano duels to cocktail lounges. Many of the area attractions are family-oriented so you can bring the children with you, but if you have a babysitter, you may enjoy many of the sports bars with large screen TVs.

As a resident of the Fort Worth Cultural District, you can enjoy the ever-changing displays at the five museums in this area, all within walking distance of your home. The museums include the Modern Art Museum, National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, and the Cattle Raisers Museum. The nice weather allows you to walk down the streets that are lined with cafes and shops and enjoy a quick snack at the outdoor cafes. This area is home to many professionals that vary in age and commute to downtown Fort Worth for work. They all enjoy the cultural vibe in this area that is simultaneously active yet serene.

Locals Love

  • Beautiful landscaping
  • Brick-paved streets
  • Cultural events
  • Lots of restaurants and specialty shops

Locals Don't Love

  • Lack of fast food
  • Traffic congestion
  • Traffic during events

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