Welcome to Monticello
Situated around pretty Monticello Park, this family-friendly neighborhood by West 7th features plenty of cute bungalows and a young, social energy. It’s a true community, with picnics in the park and holiday parades.
Often conflated with tonier Rivercrest, Monticello continues to grow in popularity thanks to its (sometimes) more affordable homes and prime position next to the Cultural District in the heart of Fort Worth. Top attractions like the Modern Art Museum, the Kimbell, and the new Dickies Arena are moments away.
An intimate, well-established neighborhood nestled beside the city’s biggest hotspots. Monticello’s picturesque park and quaint vibe belie its choice location near West 7th. This is a social neighborhood with an energetic buzz about it, and a great place to raise a family.
Socially active, family-friendly, and on the go. Homes with smaller square footage make Monticello an attractive option for young professionals and families with little children. It also features easy access to work and to play. Downtown Fort Worth is about two miles from Monticello, and the Museum District/West 7th is just next door.
Monticello Park is the epicenter of community events hosted by the active neighborhood association, including Halloween parties, spring fling picnics, and 4th of July parades.
Small bungalows and large homes (some from the early 20th century) plus a few luxurious new townhouses. Dating back to the 1930s, Monticello is a community of single-family homes. Three bedrooms and three baths are most common, although you’ll also find numerous cottages with a smaller square footage.
It’s a tried-and-true neighborhood whose popularity continues to increase with the development of the Cultural District and West 7th area—development that shows no signs of slowing down.
Neighborly character and convenience to urban amenities: shops, restaurants, and entertainment on West 7th. Monticello has the welcoming atmosphere of a small town with convenient access to the city culture and nightlife. You get the best of both worlds. Despite its awesome location, Monticello’s many cottages and bungalows can be more affordable than you might think.