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General

  • + How big is Walsh?

    The property is over 7200 acres total, and currently the first 1700 acres are in planning.

  • + Is Walsh its own city?

    No, Walsh is the next great neighborhood of Fort Worth, and as such will be serviced by its police and fire departments and utilities

  • + Where is Walsh located?

    Walsh is located on I-30, twelve miles west of Fort Worth, exit 1A to Walsh Ranch Parkway.

  • + What county is it in?

    Walsh is in both Tarrant and Parker counties, but will be within the city limits of Fort Worth.

Lifestyle & Community

  • + When will the amenities be available?

    Our first residents will be able to enjoy amenities beginning the summer of 2017, including the Village Market, CoWorking, Gym, Pools, Sport Courts, Maker Space and more.

  • + Whats a Makerspace?

    A makerspace is a gathering place and source of inspiration for students, hobbyists and entrepreneurs that provides access to tools and technology for inspired creators.

    The Makerspace at Walsh will feature a wood shop, computer design software and 3D printers, laser cutters, robotics and an electronics lab and will offer makers-focused curriculum that includes guest lectures, classes and demonstration

  • + What is the enrollment policy for Aledo ISD?

    The enrollment policy for Aledo ISD can be found on their website.

  • + What are the HOA fees?

    HOA fees are based n the size of your home site, and will range from $189 to $216 per month. Custom homes will vary slightly based on additional added services.

  • + What’s included in the HOA?

    As part of the HOA, residents will have access to all of the amenities of Walsh, including the gym and locker rooms, co-working space, maker space, sport courts, pools and acres of parks and trials. In addition, each home will receive front lawn maintenance, white glove trash service (containers delivered back to your garage form the street) and 2GB internet connectivity.

Homes

  • + How many homes will there be?

    At build out, Walsh will be home to over 15,000 families and a population of nearly 50,000 residents.

  • + How much do the homes in Walsh cost?

    The homes in Walsh will start in the upper $200’s and go into the Millions.

  • + How can we purchase home sites?

    Home sites are purchased from one of our builders. We will be announcing pre-sale information in the very near future.

  • + What size are the home sites there?

    They will be very diverse, ranging from around 3800 square feet up to nearly an acre in size.

  • + When should I mark my calendar to buy a new home in Walsh?

    We are planning our first sales event in early Spring and Model Homes Opening in April 2017.

  • + What builders will I be able to choose from in Walsh?

    The selected homebuilders for our neighborhood are David Weekley, Drees, HGC, Highland, Toll Brothers and Village Homes. Additional builders for our initial phase, including high-end custom homebuilders, will be announced in future months.

Homes

  • + When are people moving in?

    We have homes ready to move in to this summer, and our first residents will begin moving in in July of 2017.

  • + When will the commercial space start development?

    We are actively evaluating and planning the potential uses tenants for our commercial development areas

  • + How many move in ready homes will there be?

    Our builders are currently working on over more than 15 homes to have ready to move into this summer.

  • + When will the custom homesites be available to purchase?

    Soon.

  • + Who is going to be building the custom lots?

    Our custom builders will be announced in the summer of 2017 and will consist of several of Fort Worth’s most reputable builders.

  • + Are there any age restricted neighborhoods?

    The opening phase does not include an age restricted neighborhood, however the potential for future phases is certainly being explored.

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