Worth Heights has a long history of being an integral part of Fort Worth’s development. The first house in the area was built by William Giddings, who donated land to establish what became Texas Christian University (TCU).
The neighborhood is one of many that make up Fort Worth’s Near Southside, which includes some other less-affluent neighborhoods such as Trinity School and Junius Heights.
Fort Worth residents are proud not only of their city but also their quaint little enclave just south from downtown and TCU campus. As with any small community there are hidden gems tucked away on its tree lined streets for those seeking them out. And the people who call this place home take pride in it too knowing they live in a place where people care about their neighborhood, and one where they are welcome.