Golfers will rejoice at this Westworth Village rental across from Shady Oaks Country Club.
For $5,600 a month, this three-bedroom, three-and-one-half bathroom spot offers all the space a family needs, with a treasure trove of amenities across the street.
The spacious 3,367-square-foot abode offers a private courtyard with a fire pit and fountain. A two-car garage, golf cart parking, and a guarded and gated community seal the deal.
“Upon entering you’ll notice how light and bright the property is and the quality of craftsmanship throughout,” said Realtor Vivian Thielke with Bridge Residential Property Services. “It has gleaming granite, stainless appliances, and hardwood and travertine floors.”
Add walk-in closets and dual master baths. Not bad for a rental.
Clearly the appeal of living adjacent to a golf club is, well, the golfing. But Shady Oaks Country Club offers more than just an 18-hole championship course with no tee-times.
There’s a driving range, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, a fitness center, and a 25-meter swimming pool.
The course was built on 1,200 acres in 1955 on the west side of Fort Worth. Contact the club’s membership director for information about fees.
Back to School
Fort Worth ISD is host to the public school kids in the area, and most campuses are less than three miles away.
Burton Hill Elementary School serves pre-K through fifth grade. The campus earned an A ranking from Txschools.gov – and racked up A’s across the board for student achievement, school progress, and closing the gaps.
Sixth- through eighth-graders attend Stripling Middle School, which brought home a B overall with a C in student achievement, B in school progress, and C in closing the gaps.
Arlington Heights High School got a C overall with a C in student achievement, B in school progress, and C in closing the gaps.