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Old 06-19-2009, 10:19 PM
 
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My wife and I will soon be moving to the Fort Worth area. I will be working in Willow Park just outside Aledo and she will be teaching at Monnig Middle School Near I-20 and Ridgelea. We are wanting to purchase a new or almost new home in between our work places. Benbrook and White Settlement new constructions have caught our eye but we don't know which area would be better. We have no kids, and our chief concerns are easy access and an abundance of shopping/entertainment opportunities. We are seeking homes in the 200-250 range. Also, we would be willing to consider nearly new or well maintained older homes.
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Old 06-19-2009, 10:50 PM
 
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My wife and I will soon be moving to the Fort Worth area. I will be working in Willow Park just outside Aledo and she will be teaching at Monnig Middle School Near I-20 and Ridgelea. We are wanting to purchase a new or almost new home in between our work places. Benbrook and White Settlement new constructions have caught our eye but we don't know which area would be better. We have no kids, and our chief concerns are easy access and an abundance of shopping/entertainment opportunities. We are seeking homes in the 200-250 range. Also, we would be willing to consider nearly new or well maintained older homes.
Thanks!
It just depends on which one you and your family like better. White Settlement and Benbrook both have new homes in your price range. White Settlement is very close to Ridgmar Mall (there is also a ton of other stores and restaurants around the mall) and Benbrook is very close to Hulen Mall. There is also a ton of stores and restaurants around Hulen as well off of I-20.
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Old 06-20-2009, 01:02 AM
 
Location: Dallas-Ft. Worth
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My wife and I will soon be moving to the Fort Worth area. I will be working in Willow Park just outside Aledo and she will be teaching at Monnig Middle School Near I-20 and Ridgelea. We are wanting to purchase a new or almost new home in between our work places. Benbrook and White Settlement new constructions have caught our eye but we don't know which area would be better. We have no kids, and our chief concerns are easy access and an abundance of shopping/entertainment opportunities. We are seeking homes in the 200-250 range. Also, we would be willing to consider nearly new or well maintained older homes.
Thanks!
You can definitely get a nice, brand new one or two story home within that price range in either one of those areas! Builders are offering great incentives on inventory homes and build jobs. I found quite a few homes in both and in between those cities. Aledo and White Settlement ISD are both great school district!!
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Old 06-20-2009, 07:24 AM
 
Location: Grapevine, Texas
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IMHO, Benbrook is a LOT nicer area. Look at the per-capita income and demographics. Hulen Mall is a LOT nicer than Ridgemar, too.
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