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Tarrant County Custom Homes

We build homes in Tarrant County and surrounding North Texas areas. Learn more about this county and if it’s a good fit for your family’s custom home.

Towns We Serve

  • Fort Worth
  • Azle
  • White Settlement
  • River Oaks
  • Crowley
  • Benbrook
  • Arlington
  • Mansfield
  • Keller
  • North Richland Hills 
  • Eagle Mountain
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Fort Worth Botanic Garden
Fort Worth Stockyards
Trinity River
Cross Timbers Golf Course

Things to Do in Tarrant County by City

There are a lot of benefits to living in Tarrant County.

Looking for a taste of big city life? Want to discover and experience small-town charm just outside of Fort Worth? Looking to put down roots and grow your family while also a successful career? You can have it all when you settle down in Tarrant County.



Fort Worth

Population: 874,401

Fort Worth, Texas, is the fifth largest city in Texas, and growing. From its amazing restaurants, various activities and attractions, unique culture, and numerous job opportunities, young families are flocking to this North Texas city as they look to begin or grow their career and settle down.

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Population: 12,796

Azle, Texas, is a suburban community that values its rural way of life and welcomes people in all stages of their life - from first-time home owners to owners building half-a-million-dollar-homes to farmers who want to allow their horses and cattle plenty of room to roam. 

With Eagle Mountain Lake on one side, Cross Timbers Golf Course on the other, and Fort Worth just down the highway, you will have plenty to do and see when you live in Azle. Not to mention the wide range of community events put on by the city. 



White Settlement

Population: 17,565

For those in the Aerospace Industry, White Settlement, Texas, is an ideal place to live since many Aerospace facilities are located here. It’s also a great city to raise a family, as it gets you out of the busier side of Fort Worth, has several great parks, and offers above average public schooling. 

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River Oaks

Population: 7,685

River Oaks, Texas, is a naturally wooded area that sits near the West Fork of the Trinity River. Living in River Oaks, you will be a short drive away from several Fort Worth attractions - like Lake Worth, the Fort Worth Stockyards, Montgomery Plaza and 7th Street, the Kimbell Art Museum, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, and much more.

You’ll also find unique opportunities in River Oaks, as its residents and community strive to promote new local businesses and work on housing and city beautification projects. 




Population: 15.439

The city of Crowley, Texas, is 20 miles south of downtown Fort Worth. Its residents enjoy the small-town feel, modern lifestyle, proximity to the city, and local events throughout the year.  

In Crowley, you’ll have access to their recreation center (which includes a workout facility and banquet rooms available to rent), unique eateries, and a local library with community programs.

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Population: 23,215

Benbrook, Texas, is a suburb southwest of Fort Worth (just 11 miles from downtown) great for families, young professionals, and retirees. Residents love the city’s beautiful scenery, many parks, and proximity to downtown.

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