Walsh Ranch adds three more homebuilders to initial phase

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About 1,700 acres are included in the first development phase of the 7,267-acre Walsh Ranch, which has been held by the family since the 1930s. The property is about 20 miles west of downtown Fort Worth, where Interstates 20 and 30 meet, and straddles both sides of the highway.

The 7,200-acre Walsh development has added some new homebuilders. The developers have announced MK Homes, Parkhill Signature Homes and Glendarroch Homes as additional homebuilders selected to build in the development’s initial phase.

The three additional homebuilders are Fort Worth-based and will create custom designs the community, with signature and high-profile lots available beginning this fall.


Initial homes at Walsh are zoned for the Aledo Independent School District, which opened a new elementary school within walking distance from homes at Walsh in August.

According to the release, residents will also have access to a market, a 10,000-square-foot gym, a family pool with cabanas and kids’ areas, a separate Junior Olympic lap pool, daycare facilities, community coworking spaces, a Makerspace, miles of hiking and walking trails, and the nation’s fastest residential internet.

The 587 home sites range from 3,850 square feet to nearly an acre and are within a five-minute walk of a community park. Prices start in the upper $200s.

Builders for the initial phase of the development include MK Homes, Parkhill Signature Homes, and Glendarroch join Britton Homes, David Weekley Homes, Drees Homes, HGC Residential Development, Highland Homes, Toll Brothers and Village Homes.