Westlake in Tarrant County Makes Zillow’s Million-Dollar City List

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For the first time the Tarrant County city of Westlake has made Zillow’s list of million-dollar cities, one of only 218 in the country and the third in Texas.

To be labeled as a “million-dollar city,” the city’s average home value must be $1 million or greater. There are currently 218 million-dollar cities across the nation, primarily in California and New York.

Texas’ three Zillow Million-Dollar Cities are all located in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

  • Highland Park in Dallas ranks as the top million-dollar city in Texas, with an average home value of $1,601,700 per home
  • Westlake ranks as No. 2, with an average home price of $1,599,800 per home.
  • University Park in Dallas is the third and final on the Texas list of million-dollar cities, averaging to about $1,387,900 per home.

Westlake is the newest of the Texas cities that made it onto the list just this year. Zillow currently shows 34 property listings in the city — and all but one are priced at more than $1 million.

The newest million-dollar listing is a 10,020-square-foot waterfront home on a small manmade neighborhood lake at 1112 Post Oak Lane.

The four-bedroom, nine-bathroom home was listed 13 days ago for $4.75 million. It includes an exercise studio, which overlooks the lake, a private guest suite, a craft room and a utility room, a dog run with astroturf, dual offices, and an oversized garage.

The most expensive — which also offers the most spacious layout of the current listings at 15,390-square-feet— is priced at $9.9 million.

Located at 1876 Lakeshore Drive, this home has six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 14 living areas, a resort-style pool, spa, walk-out basement, and a putting green.

The least expensive is a four-bedroom, four-bathroom craftsman-style home, priced at $884,900.

The 3,335-square-foot home, located at 5933 Janet Court, has two living rooms, and a swimming pool with a detached pool-house in the backyard.

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Brandi Addison

Brandi Addison was born and raised in Fort Worth and is making her way back to the Panther City after living away from home for nearly five years while attending college at Texas Tech University. After graduating, she was an education reporter for the Midland Reporter-Telegram. She loves the Fort Worth community and the diversity within each of its neighborhoods. Her favorite areas are Clearfork, Fairmount, and the Cultural District.

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