Watersbend D.R. Horton

1,444 - 2,133




Watersbend is a beautiful, master planned community, close to shopping at the Alliance Town Center and Presidio Junction on the north side of Fort Worth.

Here at Watersbend our residents get to use the 4.5 acre Amenity Center with pool which include swim lanes, children’s splash area, playground, water slides and softball field. We are close to 287, I – 35W and 820 which makes getting around the DFW metroplex a breeze.

Community Feature Sheet


  • Water & Trash: City of Fort Worth
  • Gas: Atmos
  • Electric: Power to Choose

Tax Rate: 2.82%

HOA: $365/ year.


Allow yourself to indulge in Watersbend's featured 4-acre waterpark with children friendly areas and the Community Center. Additional amenity area coming soon!


Community Information

Sun 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Mon 12:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Tue - Sat 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Contact Info
Online Sales Counselor
[email protected]
Watersbend - Sales Agent
[email protected]
  • HOA
  • Pool
  • Waterslides
  • Softball Field
  • Soccer Field

My Notes

School Districts Near Home

School Name Distance

Comanche Springs Elementary

Public | Pk-5th

1.1 mi.
School Name Distance

Prarie Vista Middle School

Public | 6th-8th

1.2 mi.
School Name Distance

Saginaw High School

Public | 9-12

3 mi.

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Area Information

Fort Worth, TX

Welcome to Fort Worth!

The Fort Worth area provides a variety of venues and activities to fulfill every aspect of your family’s interests. The place to learn where the city earned its name, “Cowtown” is the heart of our beautiful town- The Fort Worth Stockyard National Historic District. Enjoy the world’s largest honkytonk, Billy Bob’s Texas, kick back at the newly established Drover Hotel, or mosey on down and check out an array of fine dining and shopping attractions, all within walking distance. Downtown Fort Worth offers Bass Performance Hall nestled in the middle of Sundance Square amongst a wide variety of dining and night life. If you are more on the artsy side, Fort Worth will not disappoint with our list of exquisite museums. We haven’t even mentioned Texas Motor Speedway, Panther Island Pavilion, Coyote Drive-In, The Water Gardens, or TCU football! The Fort has it all and D.R. Horton has the home to help you enjoy all the excitement Fort Worth, Texas has to offer!


Aledo ISD

Argyle ISD

Azle ISD

Cleburne ISD

Crowley ISD

Denton ISD

Eagle Mountain Saginaw ISD

Keller ISD

Midlothian ISD

Northwest ISD

Ponder ISD


Eagle Mountain Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in north Texas spanning 8,694 acres. This recreational lake is great for fishing, skiing, wakeboarding, relaxing, and recreational boating. There are numerous parks located around the lake for hiking, boating, or spending a day at the beach.


Eagle Mountain Park- Located just 5 miles north off Boat Club Rd. Eagle Mountain Park provides an escape from the city with 450 acres of nature, wildlife, and picturesque views over Eagle Mountain Lake. The park is a premier location for hiking in Fort Worth, with over 6 miles of trails over varying terrain. Note that to maintain the rural natural habit for the wildlife in the area, pets and bikes are not allowed. The park is free and open from dawn to dusk.


Twin Points Park- Take a break from reality and relax, swim, and celebrate at Fort Worth’s premiere daycation spot, just 10 minutes away. This beautiful beach is nestled in the southern point of Eagle Mountain Lake and is the perfect place to create your favorite summer memories.



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 Dickies Arena hosts rodeos, livestock shows and events.