Weatherford, TX - Homes for Sale and Community Info

Weatherford TX houseWeatherford, Texas is a small, community-oriented town near Fort Worth, whose rustic cowboy history is reflected in its distinction as the "Cutting Horse Capital of Texas." The school district here is also noted for its commitment to the quality of education. Weatherford College has been a long-standing testament to this commitment since the 1800's. For home buyers, there are also a variety of ranch houses, single and multi-family houses, trendy condos and town houses available that will suit your needs. If you are looking to buy in Weatherford you should call real estate agent Dan Murphy, 817-578-4424. His knowledge of the Weatherford area and its housing market will help you land the home of your dreams.


Parker County was created in 1855 from the Texas state legislature. It got its name from Isaac Parker, a local prominent figure. The 1800's saw the beginning of many things in Weatherford including the first settlers in the area, the local newspaper, the train depot, and more. The people of Weatherford has a long tradition of resilience since the frontier days.


For those who like options when they shop, come and visit the businesses in the local Weatherford area.  Take an afternoon with the family to visit Northpark Mall on Interstate 20. For your shopping convenience there will be a Target, Kohl's, Lowes, Ross and more here. Browse all of the different shops, or on a smaller scale, find a weekly Farmer's Market with its small town charm. Chandor Gardens is a scenic locale for weddings among Weatherford locals.

Ft. Worth MuseumIf you are someone who loves to learn, there are two local museums that you visit. Doss Heritage & Culture Center and the Museum of the Americas offer quite a bit of Watherford history.  If you don't mind a short 30 minute drive, travel a little eastbound to learn about science and history at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. A number of different exhibits offer children the chance to experience everything from a firsthand perspective. Check their website to determine what activities they have to offer on different days of the week.

Weatherford is known as the Peach Capital of Texas, and the annual Parker County Peach Festival is one of the most popular festivals in Texas.

Weatherford, TX - A Beautiful Place to Live

If you like the area, be sure to call Weatherford real estate agent Dan Murphy, 817-578-4424. His knowledge of the Fort Worth market will help lead you to the front door of your dream home!

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