Cultural District Homes in Fort Worth

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Cultural District Homes for Sale
Modern Art Museum

Located west of Downtown Fort Worth on West 7th Street and Camp Bowie corridor, the Cultural District is a vibrant place to live, offering a mix of entertainment venues, museums, art galleries, and more. Cultural District homes for sale are bounded by University Drive, Horne Street, White Settlement Road and the new Chisholm Trail Parkway for a location that’s just a few minutes from Downtown Fort Worth.

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Cultural District real estate lies near many great points-of-interest. The neighborhood offers some of the finest museums in the country. The Amon Carter Museum, Kimbell Art Museum, The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth & Fort Worth Museum of Science & History are nationally renowned. Our city’s unique local heritage is also on display at The Cattle Raisers Museum, Leonard’s Department Store Museum, and the newest addition to the culture map; the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame. The Cultural District also contains the highest concentration of art galleries in Fort Worth. From fine art and antiques to the latest contemporary works, it’s all available at the galleries in Fort Worth’s Cultural District. Homes for sale in the Cultural District are all within safe and leisurely walking distance of the area’s attractions.

Community Arts Center

Community Arts Center

The entertainment options are practically endless when living in the Cultural District. Rodeos, horse shows, plays, musicals, concerts and even the occasional circus are held throughout the year. The community is also home to the Will Rogers Memorial Center, which hosts the Annual Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo. Casa Mañana is a theatre owned by the citizens of Fort Worth through an organization called Performing Arts Fort Worth, which also owns and operates the Bass Performance Hall in the downtown area. CasaMañana presents regional theater, musicals and individual performances as well as the beloved “Casa Playhouse” which produces theater for families and student field trips from area schools. The unique architecture of the theater’s Geodesic Dome gives a distinctive character to the Cultural District skyline.
Plenty of shopping and dining is available around the Cultural District. The neighborhood boasts an eclectic array of shops and boutiques. Popular stores include Artful Hand, Dolce Vita, Steinway Hall Fort Worth, and Woodbine Furniture. There’s even a Super Target within walking distance. Some of the newest dining options are in the popular 7th Street corridor including Fred’s Texas Burgers and The Cork & Pig. Internationally acclaimed Kincaid’s Burgers has it’s original location on Camp Bowie Blvd. Many of these options are located at the West 7th shopping district which lies between University Drive and the new 7h Street Bridge
Cultural District real estate features mid-century, craftsman, and traditional homes including Tudor and popular four-square designs. These properties enjoy a scenic park-like setting bordered by a tree-lined boulevard paved with bricks and surrounded by manicured grounds. Housing choices are mostly charming condos and townhouses. Home prices range from approximately $210,000 to $610,000. Some of Fort Worth’s most classic 1920’s and 1930’s homes are in the beloved neighborhoods of Chamberlain Arlington Heights, Rivercrest, Monticello and Hi Mount. Several other small subdivisions lay on both the north and south sides of Camp Bowie Blvd.
Thurber Brick gives Camp Bowie Boulevard a distinctive and classic feel as you head west from downtown through the cultural district, passing world-class museums, lovely homes, and historic businesses. The area is totally walkable.Here’s a view of the boulevard in 1927. Notice the streetcar tracks and streetlights. This neighborhood has stood the test of time…
Camp Bowie 1927