Welcome to the Monticello and Crestwood neighborhoods. Williams Trew is proud to offer some of the best homes in the area for sale. It will be featuring seven open houses today between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Please check the ad for addresses and stop by to take a tour.
Monticello was developed in 1928 and was known as “the subdivision with a personality.” This was likely the result of the neighborhood’s beautiful character homes tucked away in a historic and quaint neighborhood lined with matures trees and parks. Crestwood is a quiet, diverse neighborhood noted for its trees, gardens and parks and quirky Crestwood Drive where drivers navigate around trees growing in the roadway.
Both neighborhoods are conveniently located near Fort Worth’s Cultural District, West 7th, Historic Camp Bowie and Sundance Square. Both also offer walking distance access to the West Fork portion of the Fort Worth Trinity Trails. The proximity to entertainment and garden style of these communities make for two of Fort Worth’s most desirable places to live.
At Williams Trew, the staff uses its expertise to discover who their clients are, because only then will they be able to find the perfect home. It strives to exceed expectations – working smarter, better, start to finish – that’s Williams Trew. To view properties in these neighborhoods and others please check out its website at www.williamstrew.com.
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