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About the Community

Aledo was the place to get away. Now it’s the place to be. With magnificent homes and stellar schools just a stone’s throw from the big city, the appeal is certainly understandable. Residents wear their Bearcat stickers proud, letting their proverbial cat out of the bag.

You might conjure up a single vision when considering homes in the Aledo area, but the choices are vast for such a small town. Neighborhoods like La Madera, nestled in central Aledo, offer estate-style homes on sprawling lots, as well as a private lake, for a true feeling of luxury in the country. Bella Flora and Bella Ranch also offer luxury homes with a country feel, but its quick access to Hwy 377 can put you in view of city lights in mere minutes.

Neighborhoods like Parks of Aledo further north give more of a community vibe with smaller lots and close proximity to schools, but with cozy amenities like a 6-mile mountain bike trail, disc golf course and several parks. The up and coming Walsh will take master-planned community to the next level, building a community with so many amenities that is basically a town to itself.  

The Aledo area gives its residents that small town feel with big city access. But with all this area has to offer, who needs the big city anyway?

Aledo Texas Neighborhoods
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Aledo Neighborhood Listings

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Where the West Begins:

An Introduction to Aledo

If you’re new to DFW you may be wondering “Aledo? Where is Aledo?” And, even if you’ve been here forever, you may lump all of Aledo together with whatever else lies to the mysterious west of Fort Worth. But, those who live there will tell you it’s an absolutely wonderful place to live and offers a wide array of choices when it comes to housing. We spoke with some of our agents who are proud Aledo residents and asked them to tell us a little more about the neighborhoods of Aledo. Here’s what we learned…

Just west of the 820 loop lies one of Fort Worth’s favorite neighbors: Aledo. This beloved town was born when the Texas and Pacific Railroad was built between Fort Worth and Weatherford in 1879. Today Aledo remains a small town with only 4,232 residents (as of 2017) and is much sought after for its community spirit, its excellent schools, and its peaceful, rural setting.