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Ranch-style houses, mid-century moderns, and traditional homes, many with large backyards and tall trees.


Welcome to Ridglea/Ridgmar

Ridgmar and Ridglea Hills make up one of the largest of Fort Worth’s subdivisions, an attractive address thanks to its close proximity to Downtown, West 7th, and the Cultural District. Just west of the city center, Ridgmar and Ridglea Hills real estate offer quick access via their main thoroughfares of Camp Bowie Boulevard, Vickery Boulevard, and Interstate 30.

It’s 10-15 minutes (or less) to everything, including TCU, the Botanical Gardens, and Fort Worth’s world-class museums. Camp Bowie itself is a hotbed of shops and restaurants like Campisi’s and Little Lilly Sushi. Nearby you’ll find Dillard’s, H&M, and Rave Cinemas at Ridgmar Mall.

The Scene

Friendly, established neighborhoods with well-maintained homes, wide streets, and gentle hills. Mature and welcoming, Ridglea and Ridgmar are places where neighbors chat with one another; many have been in the area for over three decades and are the original owners of their homes.

Each neighborhood boasts unique charms, although you’ll find a standout golf course in both of them. Located north of I-30 just east of Ridgmar Mall, Ridgmar is tucked beside Shady Oaks Country Club and Westover Hills—two of the city’s toniest destinations. Ridglea Hills straddles Camp Bowie Boulevard and is the home of Ridglea Country Club.

The Lifestyle

Varies; the neighborhood’s prime location on the cusp of the city appeals to everyone from families and empty-nesters to first-home buyers. Ridglea's and Ridgmar's homes for sale are equally in-demand and attractive for all. From working professionals to newlyweds, single women to families with teens—all kinds of people proudly proclaim their love for this neighborhood.

Overall, the area feels safe and inviting, with dog-walkers, joggers, and stroller-pushers out on the streets every day.

The Market

Ranch-style houses, mid-century moderns, and traditional homes, many with large backyards and tall trees. Many houses in the area were built in the 1970s when deed restrictions required 40-foot front setbacks and high-quality construction. Front lawns are large and well-manicured.

The most alluring homes in the area are near the two private lakes in Ridglea Hills, especially around Luther Lake. These gorgeous houses feature docks and boats in the back with immediate water access, rare lakefront gems in the heart of Fort Worth.

The Allure

Convenient access to the city center from a peaceful, quiet neighborhood. Everything is minutes away. Friendly residents help to create the feeling of a real community, which is enhanced by area’s big front lawns and towering trees.

Everyone can find something to love, from a plethora of lunch stops on Camp Bowie to a quick-and-easy commute to Downtown.


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