Northstar D.R. Horton

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Northstar is a master planned community conveniently located just off U.S. Highway 287, a quick drive from Interstate 35W in Ft Worth.  Residents will enjoy a full-featured indoor amenity center with game rooms and the event space, as well as multiple pools, playgrounds and a soccer field.  Many shopping and dining conveniences await in Alliance Town Center and Presidio Towne Crossing.  The community is part of the Northwest ISD, which is recognized as one of the highly rated school districts.


  • Indoor Amenity Center w/ Game Rooms & Event Space
  • HOA
  • Pools
  • Splash Pad
  • Playgrounds
  • Soccer Field
  • Minutes from Downtown Ft Worth & Alliance Town Center
  • Highly Recognized Northwest ISD
  • Gas Utilities
  • Future On-Site School


$250 per quarter ($1,000/yr)

 Northstar Ranch Home Owners Association

CCMC Management

128 Heather Wind Lane, Aledo, TX 76008


  • Gas: Atmos
  • Water/Trash: City of Ft Worth
  • Internet/Cable: Spectrum
  • Electric: Tri County Electric


Fort Worth Police Dept

 SCHOOLS- Northwest ISD

  • Haslet Elementary (K-5th)
  • Wilson Middle (6-8th)
  • Eaton High (9-12th)

 TAX RATE/ETJ Community

  • Denton County Tax Rate 2.69%  
  • Wise County Tax Rate 2.87%
  • Tarrant County Tax Rate 3.14%  
  • MUD Tax Rate 1.000%

Northstar Rio Series Feature Sheet

Northstar Hill Series Feature Sheet

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Area Information

Fort Worth, TX


Welcome to Cow Town Ya’ll! We’re excited for the opportunity to serve as your home builder in Fort Worth. D.R. Horton has a home for every person in every stage of life. In the Fort Worth area, you’ll find that D.R. Horton has a wide range of homes to choose from. From our Express product to the Arbor series, we have a home for you. Open-concept floor plans, available oversized lots and beautiful exterior styling are just a few of the features you’ll find with America’s Builder. If you’re looking for resort-style amenities or affordable quality, you’ll enjoy the confidence you get when you buy a new home from America’s Builder.

The Fort Worth area provides a variety of activities, from water sports at Grapevine Lake to shopping along Magnolia Avenue. Steeped in the history of the American West, Fort Worth celebrates its cultural roots at the Fort Worth Stockyards, art shows and museums found all over the area. Whether you’re looking for your first home to start a family in, or a house in an exclusive golf course community to retire in, Fort Worth and Americas Builder, D.R. Horton has a home to fit your needs.


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Grapevine Lake: Water sports, fishing, biking, hiking, walking, camping and more than 40 miles of paved and natural trails are all part of the fun at this 7,200-acre lake. This is just one of several beautiful lakes that Fort Worth has to offer.

If its 18 holes your looking to play then look no more. With over 100 public golf courses in the area ranging from municipals to high-end daily fees and resorts. Fort Worth has a course just waiting for you to tee off on.


FWTA: Fort Worth Transportation Authority annually provides nearly 9 million passenger trips on buses, vanpools and the Trinity Railway Express. FWTA’s vision is to make Fort Worth more livable and support continued economic growth.

TEXRail: This 27-mile commuter rail line begins service in late 2018 with nearly 8,000 daily riders extending from downtown Fort Worth, across northeast Tarrant County, through North Richland Hills and Grapevine, and into DFW International Airport.


The night life in Fort Worth is second to none. Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District: Fort Worth is where the West begins, and nothing embodies Texas’s famous heritage better than original brick walkways to the wooden corrals as you enjoy the nightlife at one of the many saloon-style restaurants and bars.


The Cultural District is home to major museums, including the architecturally striking modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, and the Kimbell Art Museum, with its collection of European paintings and antiquities. Indie-rock and country acts perform popular bars around south of West 7th Street, while the Will Rogers Memorial Center hosts rodeos, livestock shows and events.