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4 Popular Neighborhoods in North Richland Hills

North Richland Hills is a city in Texas full of parks, restaurants, retail shops, and some of the best schools. Though there are many beautiful subdivisions to choose from in this city, The Campbell Home Team wants to try to make that search a little easier on you with a look at some of the most popular neighborhoods in North Richland Hills: Home Town, Thornbridge Estates, Forest Glenn, and Fountain Ridge. 

Home Town

Home Town is a neighborhood of more than 400 homes, conveniently located in the center of North Richland Hills, that has seen major growth since its construction in the early 2000s. Just west of Grapevine and Colleyville, south of Southlake, Home Town boasts more than 25 acres of parks and lakeside trails. Houses in this subdivision range anywhere between $200k and $400k and most are constructed with Hardiboard, giving the community an east coast feel. 

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Thornbridge Estates

Thornbridge Estates is one of the largest subdivisions in North Richland Hills, located between Davis Boulevard and Precinct Line Road, whose homes average around $425,000. Thornbridge has a system of lakes that runs through the middle of the neighborhood, several jogging paths, and a couple of playgrounds for the kids.

Forest Glenn

One of the older neighborhoods in North Richland Hills is located west of Davis Boulevard and centered south of North Tarrant Parkway. Forest Glenn is your best bet if you are looking for square footage at an affordable price. Many of the homes in this subdivision, designed with beautiful contemporary features, are in the area of 4,000 square feet and cost anywhere between $330k and $450k. 

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Fountain Ridge

The Fountain Ridge community offers its residents many of the same benefits as Home Town, but there are some very distinct style differences between the two. This subdivision is located just south of Home Town and shares several lakes with its northern neighbor. But while Home Town caters towards the whole east coast look, Fountain Ridge looks more similar to the larger Southlake and Colleyville homes by using more dark woods and natural stone. Homes in Fountain Ridge run between $250k and $400k. 

So there you have it, four of the most popular communities to live in North Richland Hills. We hope that this has given you a better idea of where to look, or at least a point in the right direction, while searching for a home in the North Richland Hills area. 

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