Tavolo is the Italian word for table. And the designers behind the newest Fort Worth neighborhood are bringing something new to the neighborhood development game: community.
Located off of Bryant Irvin Road and Altamesa Boulevard in Southwest Fort Worth, Tavolo Park is a prime location for a new neighborhood. Near great schools, easy access to the Chisholm Trail Toll Road, restaurants and grocery stores just minutes away, and with prices for homes starting in the 300s, Tavolo Park is set to be a very hot commodity.
One of my favorite things so far about Tavolo Park, is their emphasis on the availability for the neighborhood to gather. The center of the neighborhood has a beautiful pool and an amenity center called, “The Big Table”. Complete with a hammocks, a catering kitchen, and a beer garden, this place is meant to have people gather.
Because of its ideal location, school options are plentiful! Tavolo Park will be in Crowley ISD, and has set aside land for an elementary school to be built within it. There are also 4 superb private schools located within a 5 mile radius of the neighborhood: Southwest Christian School, Fort Worth Academy, Trinity Valley School, and Fort Worth Country Day.
The two builders in the neighborhood are David Weekly Homes and Highland Homes. Lots will become available by the end of the summer, and homes will take 6-8 months to complete. Because Fort Worth is such a well established city, new neighborhood builds like this, that are still close enough to get to everything in the city without having to drive in to the city makes Tavolo Park a rare gem! If you are interested in learning more about Tavolo Park, give me a call and let’s talk.