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5049 Edwards Ranch,

Clear Fork Trail,

Fort Worth, TX 76109

4th floor

The John Zimmerman Group

Welcome To Crestwood


Find peace and quiet in this picturesque neighborhood with beautiful gardens, meandering streets, and gigantic trees. Some of those trees grow right in the middle of Crestwood Drive for cars to drive around, a peculiar feature that residents wind up loving.

The area is also known for numerous parks, the sites for community egg hunts and holiday parties. Crestwood features soccer fields and baseball diamonds, playgrounds and picnic gazebos, bike paths, and a golf course. Bordered on three sides by the Trinity River West Fork, the neighborhood is popular with families, first-time homebuyers, and outdoor enthusiasts.

The Scene

Very safe neighborhood with a tight-knit community and small-town feel. People who live here love it. They take pride in Crestwood and take care of each other, and it shows. There’s a volunteer crime patrol and an active neighborhood association that hosts regular social events.

But despite the cozy charm, you’re still only 5-10 minutes from West 7th and Camp Bowie Boulevard. Just a little further you’ll reach Sundance Square, the Stockyards, and Magnolia Avenue. Whether you’re commuting to work or heading out for a night on the town, everything is moments away.

The Lifestyle

Active, healthy, and family-friendly. There are plenty of parks to enjoy the outdoors, along with hiking, biking, and dog-walking along the Trinity Trails. Crestwood Park is the heart of the community and has been recently updated with shaded benches, bike racks, and electric car charging stations. Cross the Trinity River to find Rockwood Park, home to a golf course, driving range, and fields for soccer and baseball. Nearby Kelly Park is the spot for Little League games in the spring.

The Market

One-of-a-kind houses in diverse architectural styles, with numerous smaller bungalows and medium-size homes. No cookie-cutters here. The lawns here are particularly lush and lovely, thanks to the fertile soil near the Trinity River. Quarter-acre lots are the most common.

Historic Crestwood was one of the first areas to be settled in Fort Worth, but most homes date from the 1940s or later. New builds are also available.

The Allure

Lovely streetscapes, idyllic green spaces, and a quiet ambience. Living in Crestwood offers a sense of peace without sacrificing proximity to restaurants, shopping, and nightlife.

It’s the perfect balance, whether you’re a young family that loves the parks or a young professional who loves your social life. With a choice location and a caring community, Crestwood is one of the most desirable places to live in Fort Worth.