Welcome to Rivercrest
Posh and prestigious, this elegant neighborhood boasts a harmonious, natural setting with tree-lined streets, walking trails, and wooded enclaves. It surrounds the century-old fairways of River Crest Country Club in a coveted zip code that’s just north of Camp Bowie near the Cultural District.
There are more than 30 grand historic homes in Rivercrest, with some dating as far back as 1893. Quiet, family-friendly, and close to Downtown—it’s easy to see why Rivercrest is such a desirable place to live.
Picture-perfect homes with manicured lawns and impressive grand estates. Many houses were built shortly after the River Crest Country Club opened in 1911, and they’ve been remarkably well taken care of through the years.
Rivercrest has been one of the city’s most affluent and exclusive neighborhoods ever since prominent oil families moved in after World War I. With the highest average household income in Fort Worth, Rivercrest has the upscale tone of a private country club.
Affluent, easygoing, and ideal for golfers. Rivercrest lends itself to an outdoor lifestyle, from the luxurious greens of the golf course to abundant parks and trails. Shady streets are made for strolling, dog-walking, and bike riding for the kids. You’ll see lots of people outside on pretty evenings.
Hop onto the bricks of Camp Bowie Boulevard and reach Fort Worth’s world-class museums in less than 5 minutes. You’re near Downtown and right by the West 7th corridor, home to trendy gastropubs, chic brunch cafes, and lively entertainment.
Well-preserved vintage houses, newly built moderns, and multi-million dollar estates overlooking the country club. Architectural styles in Rivercrest range from Tudor revival to classic Mediterranean to craftsman bungalow.
Two-story houses are common, and there is plenty of new construction as larger, updated homes replace smaller, older ones. Many feature basements (a rare find in Texas) and views of the golf course at River Crest Country Club. The most stunning homes can be found on Crestline Road, perched high on a cliff over the Trinity River.
A rich sense of tradition and grand historic homes surrounded by nature. There’s a palpable pride that comes with living in Rivercrest, a community with a strong sense of history and identity. It’s confident, classic, and chic.
Towering trees add to the grandeur of the estates, creating a depth of character that continues with the historic golf course. With a country club atmosphere and an old-money vibe, Rivercrest is firmly established as a high-status neighborhood where real estate dreams come true.