Park Hill residents do rather well for themselves and generally have high incomes, making this one of the more exclusive pockets of Fort Worth. Potential renters accustomed to a certain quality of life should add this neighborhood to their short list while shopping around. The nearness of the apartments in Park Hill to essential conveniences and stores make it an easy place to live, work and play. In case you need to expand your search for a new pad, even more apartments are available for rent in the nearby neighborhoods of West Fort Worth and South Fort Worth.
Dining, Drinking and Recreation
For those looking to find great food in the area, head to Forest Park Blvd, a heavily populated area with a wide selection of restaurants. If you want to get closer to all there is on Forest Park Blvd, be sure to read our apartment ratings and reviews. Have a little fun finding your next place in Park Hill with help from our apartment finder tool.
Residents in the Park Hill area enjoy being close to a variety of restaurants for a night out or celebration. Some of those are Dickey's Barbecue Pit and Greek House Restaurant. Burger King is located on Colonial Ct.-- most convenient for when your craving can't be sated by anywhere else.
Peruse the Yelp page and uncover even more Park Hill spots where you can relax with good food and great company.
Neighborhood School Stats
Because school selection is heavily based on your home address, your children could attend school in the Eagle Mount-Saginaw Independent School District or the Fort Worth Independent School District. Schools near the apartments in Park Hill are Paschal High School, Daggett Middle School and University Christian Church Weekday School. As a rule, always consult with school districts in the area to confirm that they serve the apartments for rent you and your children may live.
Paschal High School, a high school in the Fort Worth Independent School District school, offers advanced-placement classes. A middle school in the Fort Worth Independent School District, Daggett Middle School has a very low student-teacher ratio of nine-to-1.
By the number of schools in a district serving the area, 93 elementary schools, 34 middle schools and 29 high schools are located within the Fort Worth Independent School District. The number of students per instructor, along with the overall student-body size, is less than that of Eagle Mount-Saginaw Independent School District. Fort Worth Independent School District has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the Eagle Mount-Saginaw Independent School District.
Cost of Living and Demographics
While making budget choices, it's important to note that living in Park Hill, a suburb of Fort Worth, is costlier than living in West Fort Worth. The average household spends $95.7K/year in total expenditures, compared to West Fort Worth's $68.7K/year.
Park Hill is distinct from neighboring South Fort Worth by average household size and the percentage of households in the neighborhood that have children. There are 2.23 people per household in Park Hill and 3.32 people per household in South Fort Worth. With respect to the percentage of households with children, 23% have children in Park Hill and in South Fort Worth it's 37% of households with children.
Is Park Hill the right neighborhood for you? A look at how much your future neighbors are bringing in might shed some light. While those who live in nearby South Fort Worth make an average of $46.5K, Park Hill residents are raking in an average of $156.6K.