Mistletoe Homes for Sale – Mistletoe Heights Fort Worth Real Estate

Mistletoe Homes for SaleMistletoe Heights is a neighborhood built out in the early 20th century. It has many historic homes and was designated a historic district by Fort Worth, Texas around 2002. Mistletoe Heights Fort Worth real estate rolls out in vintage style on the south side of downtown, with its western border at the Clear Fork Trinity River. The Fort Worth Zoo and Berkeley Place are next door to the south, while another historic town, Fairmount is directly east. Mistletoe real estate rolls out with a variety of prewar homes. It also includes some modern homes built to mirror the early 20th century style. There are even some Mistletoe homes for sale that sit on the river bluffs. Homes like these may include over an acre of land and huge floor plans. They may have been built as early as 1919, but have a modern, timeless appeal throughout. An estate was recently for sale like this, with sprawling, elegant features for $1.5M. Although, homes for sale can be found for much less. Pricing averages between about $220K and $500K.

A Closer Look at Mistletoe Homes for Sale and Area

Mistletoe, the neighborhood is just a few minutes from downtown, Texas Christian University, museums, medical centers, hospitals and more! There are great schools, shopping and dining venues that add to the convenience factor of Mistletoe Fort Worth real estate. Adding to the desirable living factor, real estate includes cozy and roomy homes alike, often with prominent front porches. Streets often come lined with mature shade trees and a keen sense of welcome. Friendly neighbors are another plus when considering Mistletoe homes for sale.

If you are looking for a mix of old and new gracious living that feels like a world apart, yet is next to all the action, you owe it to yourself to check out Mistletoe homes for sale. You can do that right now. View the listings below. Contact us directly for full details.

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