Welcome to Tanglewood

Slightly southwest of downtown sits Tanglewood, one of Fort Worth’s most desirable neighborhoods. Strong schools, large lot sizes with great yards and well-kept bicycle and walking paths make the neighborhood a great place to call home.

Key Details


community, slow-paced life, easy commuting, shopping, trails, big yards


Commute Times
DFW Airport 30m by car
Love Field Airport 40m by car
Downtown Dallas 40m by car
Downtown Fort Worth 10m by car
East to West Simondale Drive to South Hullen Street
North to South Hartwood Drive + Mockingbird Lane to Bellaire Drive South
Nearby Neighborhoods Overton Woods, Colonial Hills, Park Hill, River Hills, Stonegate

Around the Block

One of Fort Worth’s most beloved neighborhoods, Tanglewood offers convenient access to downtown from the comfort and safety of the suburbs.

Located near a branch of the Trinity River, Tanglewood offers a tight-knit community with families united by fabulous schools, ample parks and accessibility to Fort Worth’s best restaurants, shopping and the Trinity Trails. Just west of Texas Christian University, Tanglewood is often named one of the city’s most beautiful neighborhoods.

What to expect:
Central location in close proximity to the city’s best amenities.

The convenient location appeals to all stages of life. Tanglewood is within minutes of downtown, the Fort Worth Zoo, the Colonial Country Club and well-kept walking and bike paths. 
Award-winning schools make the neighborhood a top choice for families.

The lifestyle:
Top-notch neighborhood shopping and dining.

The close-knit community favors local neighborhood options like Local Foods Kitchen and Charleston’s. Just minutes from top dining and shopping options at the Shops Clear Fork, residents have quick access to luxury shops like Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co, Neiman Marcus and more.

Unexpected appeal:
Shaded trails offering excellent outdoor exercise options.

The bicycle and walking trail meanders through Tanglewood. Built originally by the City of Fort Worth in the early 1970s, the trail offers Tanglewood residents a great outdoor exercise spot all year long due to ample shade and the natural park setting.

The market:
Stable home values with most buyers looking for move-in ready properties.

In Tanglewood, homeowners and developers have maintained large lot sizes and worked to build around large trees in the area to ensure the continuation of the natural landscape. The heritage of Texas shows in the typical architecture of Tanglewood, with the most prominent style being ranch homes. Driving through the neighborhood now, one can see the construction of new homes that bring stunning architecture, upgrades and value to the neighborhood.

You'll fall in love with:
The deep sense of community.

Front yards are gathering places for social hours, kids play on the sidewalk-lined streets and residents enjoy community tennis courts. At any time you can see joggers, new moms pushing strollers, empty nesters enjoying their well-landscaped yards and a housing market that continues to grow each year. The neighborhood is known for its holiday activities, including its 4th of July parade and Halloween celebrations.