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Built To Grow

As a real neighborhood of Fort Worth, each home in Walsh was planned with the land in mind. Beautiful, individualistic homes are designed by some of the top builders in Texas. Gathered in micro-neighborhoods defined by their surrounding parks, each eclectic street has its own key role in developing a mosaic of a community that’s both diverse and dynamic.

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Britton Homes

$500,000 - $1M+

Britton Homes

Britton Homes embodies character and quality in every detail. Distinctive architecture, crafted designs, energy efficiency, innovative technology, and personalized features are the building blocks of each Britton Home experience.

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David Weekley Homes

$340,000 - $1M+

David Weekley Homes

David Weekley Homes is the nation’s largest privately-held home builder. Headquartered in Houston, the company operates in 23 cities and 13 states across the United States. David Weekley Homes was the first builder int he Untied States to be awarded the Triple Crown of American Home Building, an honor which includes “America’s Best Builder,” “National Housing Quality Award” and “National Builder of the Year.” At Walsh, you’ll have the choice of 35 and 50 front-foot home sites, along with 12 award-winning floor plans ranging from 1,000 to 3,300 square feet.

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Drees Homes

$470,000 - $1M+

Drees Custom Homes

Family owned and operated for 90 years, Drees Custom Homes is committed to excellence and one of only a few builders to receive the home building industry’s Triple Crown National Builder of the Year, America’s Best Builder, Dallas Builder’s Association Builder of the Year and National Housing Quality Award. Drees Custom Homes offers 60’ and 70’ home sites with prices starting in the high-$400s to low-$600s. Several architectural styles are available with square footages ranging from 2500 to 4900 square feet. Visit our two model homes in the Model Park.

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$450,000 - $1M+

HGC Residential Development

With a passion for making Fort Worth a better community one home at a time, HGC is now Tarrant County’s most popular and desired home builder. With homes crafted with timeless design, superior quality, and a unique sense of place, HGC creates stunning footprints in desired and prestigious neighborhoods.

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$380,000 - $1M+

Highland Homes

Highland Homes is dedicated to providing the best possible home building and home buying experience. Three key elements distinguish us from other builders—the most desirable locations, exceptional home designs, and an uncompromising commitment to customer service.

Those of us who work at Highland are more than just employees of the largest private homebuilder in the state – we own 100 percent of the company. Your satisfaction is our business. And for us, that’s the only business that matters.

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John Askew Custom Homes Logo

$650,000 - $1M+

John Askew Custom Homes

With over 30 years of experience John Askew Company has established itself as the premier homebuilder in Tarrant and Parker Counties, but also builds homes in other surrounding communities. Whether you are considering purchasing a home in one of our beautiful communities or building on a homesite you currently own; John Askew Company is here to assist you every step of the way.

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MK Homes Logo

$900,000 - $1M+

MK Homes

With truly unique customer service and “hand’s-on” building practices, MK Homes employs only master craftsmen to assure the highest quality workmanship. A commitment to quality construction and craftsmanship serves as the foundation for MK Homes that continues to grow today.

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Parkhill Homes Logo

$500,000 - $1M+

Parkhill Homes

Parkhill Homes based in Fort Worth, Texas has over 25 years of combined experience in interior design and residential construction management. With a true love and passion for design and building homes with appropriate architecture, John & Ami Hillman use their knowledge, approachable down to earth personalities, friendly smiles, and unique hands on approach, ensuring clients finish with well thought out spaces that are livable and sophisticated in design. Our desire is to make sure clients are incredibly happy with their new home and that we meet the context of their wishes and vision for the years to come.

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$470,000 - $1M+

Toll Brothers

With experience building over 1000 homes in and around the Fort Worth area, our team will artfully guide you through each phase of the construction process. We leverage the relationships we have developed over the years with Fort Worth’s finest architects, craftsmen and trade contractors to assemble a highly skilled, experienced team in order to make your custom dream home a reality.

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Village Homes Logo

$395,000 - $1M+

Village Homes

With experience building over 1000 homes in and around the Fort Worth area, the Village Homes team will artfully guide you through each phase of the construction process. Our attention to detail through the planning and selections process, coupled with the best communication and care in the industry-- from initial planning to move-in and beyond--insure you have an enjoyable and efficient homebuilding process. Quality, care and customer satisfaction of experience are the hallmarks of our commitment to you.

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Glendarroch Homes

Glendarroch Homes specializes in building custom luxury homes in exclusive neighborhoods in the greater Fort Worth area. We focus on customer satisfaction and personal service during the home building process. In addition to new construction, Glendarroch Homes can dramatically change existing homes by utilizing their expertise in remodeling.

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HGC Residential Development

With a passion for making Fort Worth a better community one home at a time, HGC is now Tarrant County’s most popular and desired home builder. With homes crafted with timeless design, superior quality, and a unique sense of place, HGC creates stunning footprints in desired and prestigious neighborhoods.

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John Askew Custom Homes

With over 30 years of experience John Askew Company has established itself as the premier homebuilder in Tarrant and Parker Counties, but also builds homes in other surrounding communities. Whether you are considering purchasing a home in one of our beautiful communities or building on a homesite you currently own; John Askew Company is here to assist you every step of the way.

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MK Homes

With truly unique customer service and “hand’s-on” building practices, MK Homes employs only master craftsmen to assure the highest quality workmanship. A commitment to quality construction and craftsmanship serves as the foundation for MK Homes that continues to grow today.

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Parkhill Homes

Parkhill Homes based in Fort Worth, Texas has over 25 years of combined experience in interior design and residential construction management. With a true love and passion for design and building homes with appropriate architecture, John & Ami Hillman use their knowledge, approachable down to earth personalities, friendly smiles, and unique hands on approach, ensuring clients finish with well thought out spaces that are livable and sophisticated in design. Our desire is to make sure clients are incredibly happy with their new home and that we meet the context of their wishes and vision for the years to come.

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Sean Knight Custom Homes

Sean Knight Custom Homes has long been recognized as a premier home builder in Fort Worth, Parker County and surrounding areas. With over 25 years of experience in the industry, we have always maintained excellent service, superior craftsmanship, and attention to detail for our custom home building. Sean Knight Custom Homes makes the effort to include you in the process and promises to be up front in each aspect, build the quality you desire, and respect the specific needs you request so there are no surprises during the build. They deliver luxury, quality, and elegance at every step.

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Village Homes

With experience building over 1000 homes in and around the Fort Worth area, the Village Homes team will artfully guide you through each phase of the construction process. Our attention to detail through the planning and selections process, coupled with the best communication and care in the industry-- from initial planning to move-in and beyond--insure you have an enjoyable and efficient homebuilding process. Quality, care and customer satisfaction of experience are the hallmarks of our commitment to you.

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Use our interactive map to find your next new home. Here you can search by price, builder, bedroom count, architectural style and more. Additionally, you can find both move-in-ready homes or the perfect homesite to build your next home.

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The Architecture

The architecture of the neighborhoods of Walsh will honor the past while creating a unique future for its residents.

Creating a blend of custom home designs, each was chosen because of its timeless beauty and historical recreation of distinctive homes in the great neighborhoods of Fort Worth.

Architectural Styles

The Six Styles Of Architecture Found At Walsh

We seek homes that collectively create timeless and enduring neighborhoods. As such, we have set forth rigorous architectural guidelines that will ensure distinctive and historically grounded architecture that results in thoughtful neighborhood crafting. In Walsh, you will find a blend of custom home designs and architecture, each chosen for its timeless beauty and historical refection of distinctive homes in the great neighborhoods of Fort Worth.

Arts & Crafts

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Arts & Crafts

The Arts and Crafts movement came to America in the early 20th century and expanded into architectural design. Architects, especially in the Midwest and Northeast, embraced its simple, handcrafted details. Some of the most common home designs of the Arts and Crafts movement were the Craftsman, the Prairie and the American Four Square. These styles became a favorite of many noted architects, including Frank Lloyd Wright.

The use of a combination of siding, brick and stone was characteristic of these homes. But what was probably the most recognizable feature was the wide porch supported by tapered wooden columns sitting atop stone or brick bases. Exposed roof rafters added to the appeal of these homes, as did the low-pitched roofs with large overhanging eaves. The dormers often contained multiple windows made up of rectangular panes of glass. Leaded or plain glass also featured prominently in the front doors. Many of these houses had charming porte-cocheres leading to detached garages.

Colonial Revival

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Colonial Revival

The Colonial Revival style of architecture sprang up in the United States in the late 1800s and was popular through the mid-1900s. Reminiscent of English and Dutch prototypes, this style moved into Fort Worth neighborhoods in the 1920s.

Known for its clean lines and simple design, Colonial Revival homes were typically two-storied and rectangular, running parallel to the street. The front door, usually accentuated and having a covered portico or porch, was centered and prominent with equally spaced rectangular windows adding to the symmetrical look of these houses. Some featured a smaller one-story garage or sunroom on one side that was set back from the body of the main house.

Mediterranean

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Mediterranean

As Fort Worth neighborhoods flourished in the 1920s, a different style of architecture became exceedingly prominent in these new neighborhoods. Influenced by Spanish Colonial houses, this new style of Mediterranean homes was vastly popular in southern climates.

Taking a cue from the conventional adobe haciendas found in areas influenced by Spanish colonies, these stucco homes were characterized by red or brown clay Spanish tiles on low-pitched roofs. Ornate iron grillwork often covered the windows and heavy wooden doors. Archways were popular, as were porticos and balconies.

Texas Vernacular

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Texas Vernacular

During the 19th century, the plains and prairies of rural Texas were dotted with simple, functional homes constructed in an architectural style known as Texas Vernacular. Now that style has been given a refresh. Think palatial, rectangular houses with projected porches, stone facades with exposed wooden beams and brackets, and metal roofing. This style can be seen throughout Texas as well as in our favorite Fort Worth neighborhoods.

Walsh is continuing the Texas Vernacular architectural tradition, albeit with a bit of a facelift. Using columns and beams with wide, open spaces between, these homes will take advantage of readily available materials like stone, stucco and siding to become an extension of the natural environment surrounding them.

Transitional

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Transitional

As a forward-looking community, Walsh welcomes a blend of vibrant, aesthetically pleasing architectural styles in addition to styles previously announced. These styles fall under the category of Transitional and include, but are not limited to, International, Modern and Contemporary.

During the early to mid-20th century, Modern architecture brought a clean, functional and simple design to the housing industry. Architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright designed these homes to blend into their natural environment by using exposed beams, open floor plans and bold, flat roof lines. Often, many rooms would open onto large patios or atriums with the intent of blurring the lines between indoors and outdoors.

Tudor

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Tudor

The early 1900s brought a change in architectural styles to prominent Fort Worth neighborhoods. This change was due to a well-known Texas commodity: oil. Fort Worth was already home to three oil refineries when gushers began popping up in small surrounding towns. Nine additional refineries were built, making Fort Worth the pipeline center of Texas.

With the oil boom came an influx of money. Development was at its peak with elegant new hotels, multiple-story office buildings, beautifully landscaped schools and neighborhoods being built. Tudor Revival homes, which resembled charming medieval English cottages and country houses, filled these stately neighborhoods, as the architectural style that swept across America in the early 20th century made its way to Texas. Regional variations reflecting the local climate, available building materials, and stylistic influences common to the area were made to enhance the basic Tudor style.

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