Welcome to Colonial
Enjoy living in a scenic, sought-after neighborhood near Fort Worth’s best shopping, dining, and outdoor activities.
Moments away from Texas Christian University and the Colonial Country Club, this enviable location offers a rich sense of character and homes with striking architecture.
Well-established neighborhood with curvy streets and mature trees. This sought-after neighborhood is known for sprawling estates with beautiful landscaping, low crime rates, and winding roads that lead you to some of the best views in Fort Worth.
Colonial’s proximity to the Trinity River and Trinity Trails is ideal for active types and anyone who loves a good waterside stroll. The highly acclaimed Tanglewood Elementary adds to the neighborhood’s appeal for families, along with the Fort Worth Zoo next door. It’s just a few minutes to Downtown, Magnolia Ave, and the West 7th corridor.
All-ages energy, from young families to active seniors. The neighborhood may be historic, but the vibe is young and alive in Colonial—especially during TCU football season. You can hear the roar of the crowd cheering the Horned Frogs during home games, and the whole community gets swept up in the excitement. TCU fans can walk to games and immerse themselves in the purple wave, and then retreat to their comfy homes until the buzz subsides.
The neighborhood’s namesake Colonial Country Club is a private golf course that is the home of the Charles Schwab Challenge, a prominent tournament on the PGA tour every May and one of the biggest events in the city.
Large, updated two-story houses in a variety of styles including colonial, Spanish, and Tudor; a few prairie cottages and ranch-style homes. You’ll find a wide variety of time periods and styles.
The neighborhood’s two-story homes and large lots create a dignified, old-school ambience that feels graceful and refined. But there are also smaller brick and stucco houses towards the southern end of the neighborhood, especially along Alton Road and Simondale Drive.
Location, location, location—plus historic character and a genuine neighborhood feel. Many people who move to Colonial settle in and stay put, opting to remodel their home or add new rooms instead of leaving the neighborhood.
From tile-roofed Spanish villas to clifftop mansions in Colonial Hills, the area’s diverse home designs create a unique local flavor. Impressive architecture gives this neighborhood an edge, and an ideal location puts it over the top.