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Monticello is located two miles west of the Fort Worth Central Business District. The Monticello neighborhood included 160 acres, and homesites were required to be 50 to 150 feet wide, more than 100 feet deep and constructed of brick, stone, stucco or a combination of any of the three. Hare & Hare, a Kansas City landscape firm, drew plans for the area with the assistance of Fort Worth appraiser Brooks Baker.
Monticello Real Estate Mix:
Gently curving streets lined with tall trees wind through Monticello. The tornado that came through Fort Worth in 2000 demolished many of the trees and developers are clearing some lots to build new homes in the area. Large two-story homes dominate some streets, with smaller one story homes on other streets. Real estate Styles include Spanish Colonial Revival, Mediterranean-Classical Revival, Tudor Revival and Period Revival, to mention a few. The entrance to Monticello is on West Seventh Street.
The Market Report:
Median Listing Price: $459,950
Median Price/Sq Ft: $179