If one would like to step out of the hustle and bustle of the city and into the calm and noiseless neighborhood, I would suggest the prestigious, quintessential community of Westover Hills in Fort Worth. Streets lined with beautiful, old world landscape that meander past homes appearing as if they could belong to the south of France, Tuscan countryside, or in along the Mediterranean. Literally the neighborhood itself is an escape!
Reminiscent of prominent neighborhoods such as Highland Park in Dallas, Belmead in Nashville, or Alamo Heights in San Antonio, Westover Hills kindly offers its residents a premier living experience exclusively in Fort Worth. This neighborhood is not only its own town with its private police department and taxes, but it is a place of solace, beautiful homes, and peace and quiet. Oddly Westover Hills is located in the heart of Fort Worth. It is located 6 miles from Downtown Fort Worth, 3 miles from the headquarters of Lockheed Martin, 4 miles from Ridgmar Mall, and 3 miles from West Seventh Street restaurants. Not to mention, Westover Hills is miles from Central Market, a popular, high end food market in Fort Worth, as well as 1 mile from the red-brick paved Camp Bowie Blvd.
A secret town within a city- Westover Hills offers its residents the security, community, and the quaint feeling of a small town. This is a hidden pearl in the midst of a bustling city.
Elementary: Phillips Elementary
Middle School: Monnig Middle School
High School: Arlington Heights High School