- Closed Prices:$199,900
- Median Sale Price:$199,900
- Association Fee Ranges:$0
- Type:Single-Family Home
- Age:1953 to 1957
- Sq. Ft.:960Sq. Ft.
Homes for Sale
Sunset Terrace offers home designs and prices to match most any requirement on just about any budget. Most common in this neighborhood are single-family homes. Property taxes for the year are around $1,119.
Where to Live
Sunset Terrace is made up almost exclusively of a few condominiums that rarely come on the market. As Since Sunset Terrace is mostly made up of businesses, it's not a very active residential area. Those who want to be near Sunset Terrace, a little farther east into Downtown are some condominium buildings and townhomes, especially along Henderson and Texas Streets. Mills Street also offers some high-end, luxury condos.
Where to Eat
The food situation is pretty sparse in Sunset Terrace save for a fast food sandwich chain and a pub. Most residents head west to the Trinity Park area where everything you can think of is available. In Trinity Park there is a Mexican restaurant, a bar and grill, and a few other establishments. Just south of Sunset Terrace is a grill, bakery, fast food chain, and Mexican restaurant.
What You'll See
Expect to see mostly business parks and the heart of the city's ground transportation industry. There are all the usual amenities, including plenty of public transit, but it isn't a place where people hang out as it has very few restaurants and bars. Expect to see the neighborhood's residents bustling to and from work or going out to the Downtown area to meet up with friends and family.
Friday Night Fun
Friday nights are quiet in Sunset Terrace save for a restaurant and one or two drinking establishments. Most of the action centers around other parts of Fort Worth and nearby Dallas and Arlington where you can see the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks and Texas Rangers play. Just across the river on West 7th Street are several bars including a wine dive and a bar and grill.
The Perfect Sunday
Sundays are time to take the family over to nearby Trinity Park for a picnic and some family games. Relax with a book on the banks of the Clear Fork Trinity River. Residents can also walk to Downtown and explore a street festival or hang out in Sundance Square.
Access to public transportation • City life • Parks and green spaces.
Locals Don't Love
Lower home values • Noise.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.
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