Woodland Springs is located in southwest Arlington. Being a mere hop, skip and jump from Mansfield and Kennedale with easy access to the highway, this is a desirable area to live. It showcases a collection of single family homes, quiet and somewhat secluded living.
History: The Woodland Springs neighborhood was originally developed in the early-mid 1990s.
Housing: With easy access from Highway 287 and Russell-Curry Road, the Woodland Springs neighborhood is completed built out with 113 homes on seven streets. With 25-30 years to grow, you’ll find the area shaded with mature trees on the lots of brick exterior homes.Woodland Springs homes are typically either three or four bedrooms with two to three bathrooms and valued somewhere in the $200,000-$300,000 range.
Restaurants & Shopping: Heading south two exits on Highway 287 and exiting Debbie Lane will bring you into Mansfield where you’ll have several options to shop and dine. Head north on Cooper Street and in 7-10 minutes you can be at The Parks at Arlington Mall and Arlington Highlands. Add five more minutes to let your hair down in the Entertainment District.
Family & Fitness: Drive through this neighborhood and you’ll typically residents out walking with kids or pets. Allan Saxe park, located less a mile from Woodland Springs, is a great park for walking/running and for kids with a playground for kids between 2-12. You can even set up a family picnic at the park as there’s plenty of room for entertaining and built-in grills.
Neighborhood Schools: Carol Holt Elementary, Cross Timbers Intermediate, TA Howard Middle and Mansfield Legacy High (Mansfield Independent School District).
Quirks: Woodland Springs neighborhood does not have a Homeowner’s Association. Yet,with the unity and camaraderie of the neighbors, you wouldn’t know otherwise. Residents take pride the the look and appearance of their exteriors. Additionally, the neighborhood does organize neighborhood events like community garage sales and other community bonding activities throughout the year.
Many of the residents in Woodland Springs have been in their homes since it was built in the 90s, giving the area stability.
Major Streets Nearby: Highway 287, Russell-Curry, South Cooper/FM 157, Sublett Road
Whether you’re a couple thinking about moving up a step from your “starter home” or just looking for a quiet place to live, the Woodland Springs neighborhood may be just what the real estate doctor ordered.
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