Burton Hill Trinity Trails is a neighborhood in Fort Worth, Texas. It has a population of 2,844 residents and an average household income of $80,928. The community is located on the south side of I-35W between I-30 and University Drive.
The Burton Hill Trinity Trails neighborhood is situated on land that used to be part of the Camp Bowie army base in Fort Worth, Texas. It was established in the mid-1970s as one of the first master-planned communities in Fort Worth. The community is named after Burton Hill Elementary School, which was named after the nearby Burton Hill, a natural landmark with an elevation of 1,929 feet above sea level. In addition to its military history, this area has also been home to several notable residents over the years including former President George W. Bush and his wife Laura Bush as well as actor Gary Busey and country music singer Randy Travis.
Burton Hill Trinity Trails is currently zoned for residential use only and it includes a number of single-family homes that were built between 1949 and 1955 by developer James Nance who also built nearby neighborhoods such as Burton Hill and Rosedale Park Estates among others. These homes are mostly ranch-style houses with either brick or wood siding materials used for their exteriors along with stone accents such as pillars or chimneys. There are also a few commercial businesses located within this neighborhood including an auto repair shop and a gas station/convenience store although these establishments do not detract from the overall residential feel of this community.
The community includes a clubhouse with a swimming pool and tennis courts; it also has two parks: Heritage Park and Heritage Park West. The latter was built to honor Vietnam veterans who lived in the neighborhood during their service time. It features several memorials dedicated to those who died during their service time or were injured while serving; it also features several sculptures that depict scenes from Vietnam War history such as the Battle of Hue City and Operation Pueblo Viejo.
The neighborhood also includes three lakes: Lake Liza, Lake Bobbie Jo, and Lake Patience; these lakes are surrounded by walking trails that connect to other parts of the city through parks such as Carpenter Park and Heritage Park West. One of the best features of living in this neighborhood is its proximity to major highways.
There are currently 7 homes for sale in Burton Hill Trinity Trails, Fort Worth. 4 homes were listed for sale this month in Burton Hill Trinity Trails, Fort Worth. This is 300% higher compared to the same time last year.
Average days on market for homes in Burton Hill Trinity Trails, Fort Worth was 3 days this month, 19 days last month and 51 days last year. There are no bidding wars at the moment. Homes in Burton Hill Trinity Trails, Fort Worth are selling close to the asking price in the last three months.
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