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Transforming Old Opinions
Have you taken a look at North Richland Hills lately? High end homes and shopping have popped up everywhere. Highway 26 that runs through town has been christened "Boulevard 26" and stylish strip centers face Precinct Line Road. It seems North Richland Hills decided to pull out all the stops in attracting new higher end businesses and families to the city. And it's succeeded in a big way as evidenced by North Richland Hills' wide variety of higher end newer home choices.Popular Neighborhoods
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Life in North Richland Hills
Living in the third largest city in Tarrant County, North Richland Hills' 70,000 residents enjoy a central location between Dallas and Ft. Worth. The "new and improved" Highway 820 / 183 runs through the southern portion of the city while two TEXrail stops connect the city from DFW Airport Terminal B to Downtown Ft. Worth allowing homeowners a convenient access to major employment centers.
The new NRH City Hall is the location of the city's Sounds of Spring Concert Series each April and May. The cultural arts are well represented in North Richland Hills through their public art program, pop up art gallery events and Poet's Corner program.
North Richland Hills has earned the praise of Metroplex publications as well as the citizens who call the city home. More recently the Dallas Morning News rated the city in the top 10 best areas in the Metroplex out of over 300. The publication considered safety, schools, commute time, and neighborhood appeal among other factors. The exact same criteria home buyers consider.
Perhaps the best recommendations for the city though come from its own residents. Nintey-six percent of North Richland Hills home owners rank quality of life as excellent or good. That same percentage said they'd recommend the city to a friend.
Things We Love About North Richland Hills
The TEXRail connects DFW Airport terminal B with downtown Ft. Worth through 2 stops in NRH. The self propelled train cars are 75% cleaner and quieter than other trains and make commuting from NRH a breeze.
The Maker Spot
Get your craft on. The Maker Spot gives you access to equipment like 3D printers, woodworking and metal tools, and even a quilting machine. If you've ever wanted to use a Digital Oscilloscope, they have that too.
Building a sense of community and pride, this gardening effort promotes organics and good stewardship. Gardeners can share their bounty with N.E.E.D., The Community Enrichment Center and Metroport Meals on Wheels.
Round The Town
Informal monthly 10 mile bike rides and one mile walks through beautiful NRH neighborhoods and trails with Mayor Oscar Trevino. Open to all ages, these are a great opportunity to get outdoors and meet new people.
Business Discovering NRH
It used to be that North Richland Hills residents traveled to surrounding cities for higher end shopping. But that's not the case today. In the past, the triangle of Davis Boulevard, Precinct Line and North Tarrant Parkway was home to Walmart and Target. Now, there's an exciting energy around the area.
Businesses have flocked to the area over the last few years with Starwood Café and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema recently opening their first locations in Tarrant County.
Following along the same growth pattern is a whole host of newer activity around the HomeTown Development south of Mid Cities Boulevard while Boulevard 26 boasts attractive shops and intriguing dining options.
Redevelopment and revitalization is now commonplace in North Richland Hills as the demand for growth has meet with the high standards of area consumers.
Living in North Richland Hills
Opportunity For New Homes
North Richland Hills has experienced a growth spurt in new single family homes as home builders have discovered the buyer demand for the city. The growth of new home permits is among the highest in the 12 city Northeast Tarrant County region.New home starts have been running 2nd only to Southlake in NETC. The average entry price per single family detached home is over $500,000.
New construction home in Thornbury constructed by Our Country Homes, a favorite area residential builder.
Townhomes, and villas are also in development in North Richland Hills and that's good news. They're a housing type in high demand but mostly unavailable until recently. Starting prices for these new residents are pushing $400,000 average.
The city has seen record growth and new development each of the last few years. Many areas are seeing redevelopment and renewal as demand has increased, home buyer expectations have risen, and available land has decreased. North Richland Hills is around 85% built out.
Lot prices and high buyer for villas and townhomes intersects in North Richland Hills. There are at least five new neighborhoods that fit that description under construction in 2019. Pictured left is HomeTown by CB Jeni and on the right is Villas at Smithfield by Our Country Homes.
Keeping Up With Residents' Expectations
New development brings new home buyers to the city. And today's property seekers demand high lifestyle amenities. North Richland Hills delivers by welcoming future residents with revitalized city government offerings like a public library and recreation center. And there are more than 800 acres of parkland, 30 miles of hike and bike trails, the award winning Iron Horse Golf Course and NRH2O Family Water Park available for locals.
Things To Do In NRH
Stop by NYTEX Sports Centre and take in a fast action Lone Star Brahmas hockey game. The Centre is also home to the Cutting Edge Fencing Club, Cowtown Revolution Volleyball Club and the NYTEX Skating Club.
Drop by the County's 1st LEED certified Rec. Center & get your game on. Swim, work out, play ping pong; whatever gets you moving. The youth programs can't be beat. Ask for their Discover brochure for current programs.
Lakes At HomeTown
With access off Bridge Street the Lakes of HomeTown is a 27 acre linear park with fishing pier and hike and bike trail. The area is a protected wildlife preserve that serves as home to aquatic birds and other area wildlife.
Take in Some Art
NRH has a great collection of public art if you know where to look. Take for example "Weather", a lit sculpture at Stormy Plaza or "Pinwheel", a kinetic sculptural ballet that dances in the wind at Clyde Zellers Park.
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Listing information last updated on August 18th, 2019 at 4:15am CDT.