2600 W 7th St Fort Worth, TX 76107

- Great views of the Cultural district! 2 bdrm, 2 bath home conveniently located above the third floor amenities area that includes rooftop resort style pool, spa, cabanas, outdoor dining area, putting greens, movie theater, fitness center. Maple cabinetry, GE stainless steel appliances, glass mosaic backsplash, granite counter tops. High ceilings creates the spacious ambiance. 2 assigned covered parking spaces. Verify schools, room measurements and sq ft. Pet restrictions. Final approval by owner and HOA. HOA requires 10 days for approval. No showings until September 22, 2017.


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About Fort Worth
With short of a million inhabitants, it is the fifth largest city in Texas and has a fascinating history. During the early 1800s, Fort Worth went from a sleepy small town to a bustling city when it made its mark on the legendary Chisholm Trail, a path on which millions of cattle were driven north to market. This allowed Fort Worth to become the center of cattle trade and established its nickname Cow town. In the 1860s, the city experienced a downfall due to the repercussions of Civil War and Reconstruction, and its population dropped to a staggering low 175. Luckily, it recovered as a prosperous economy when the Texas and Pacific Railway arrived and caused a boom in the cattle trade. Downtown Forth Worth is mainly known for its Art-Deco style buildings and its unique rustic architecture. People who know the city claim that the amazingness of downtown has to be experienced first hand to accurately describe. You get it when you get here. With a bubbling nightlife, exquisite dining and first class shopping, downtown is a popular spot to hang out for Fort Worth denizens. For the single, career driven youth, the downtown area offers more than just entertainment. One can easily choose to live and work in the midst of the city where several large businesses and residential complexes are located. Families with children enjoy the vast suburbs and affordable prices, and great schools. Thanks to the high quality of life the city offers, people from more expensive states are relocating here to improve their lifestyle. The city has profiled itself as The City of Cowboys and Culture and comprises of seven primary entertainment districts, each providing visitors with shopping, dining and cultural amenities. People here can enjoy a plethora of activities ranging from Texas-style rodeos, world-class museums and cowboy cuisine, boutique shopping and horseback riding. The Fort Worth Zoo is home to over 5000 animals and has been named one of the country's top zoos, making it a great place to visit with kids. Finally, located only 17.5 miles from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, the city is conveniently positioned for the frequent traveler.