Summerfields is a neighborhood in the far north of Fort Worth Texas. Fort Worth was visited by John F. Kennedy in 1963 on the very day of Kennedy's assassination. Summerfields Fort Worth is a little over 7 square miles and it is bordered by N. Beach St. and Buckeye St. The climate is humid and subtropical with the hottest month being July. It is an upper middle class neighborhood and it has a higher than average proportion of single family homes. The Summerfields Neighborhood Association, a nonprofit organization, considers itself responsible for maintaining and improving the quality of life for its residents.
Although most of the residences in Summerfields are single family homes, there are some apartments for rent. The median rent in this area is approximately $1000 per month. Typical Summerfields TX apartments will have a dishwasher, air conditioning, and ceiling fans. The flooring is either hardwood flooring or carpeting or both. Most facilities have swimming pool, a fitness center and, and a business center, as well as some type of security. Some apartments in Summerfields Fort Worth have planned community activities and others have their own dog park located on the property. A one bedroom may be rented for as low as $650 per month while a three bedroom, two baths can run up to $1350 per month for rent.
The diversity of the neighborhood is reflected the amount of different restaurants that are available in Summerfields. Located on Beach Street, A Taste of Asia offers Chinese and Japanese cuisine, as well as sushi and the restaurant's own signature dishes. In addition, Tex-Mex is a popular dinner out. Casa Rita's Mexican Grill provides a modern flair to the authentic Mexican dishes that have become so popular. Dishes like brisket tacos and fajitas to steak and seafood are available with a specialty drink. Of course, Summerfields Fort Worth has its share of chains for those who prefer the established restaurants. For nighttime entertainment, residents can drive around 10 miles south on I35 to Sundance Square Plaza. Shopping, dining, plays and movies are just a few of the offerings for residents of all ages. There is live music at the Queen City Music Hall and an interactive experience at Four Day Weekend. In addition, there are plenty of nightclubs and sports bars to enjoy.
Summerfields Animal Hospital serves the North Texas area and they have a dedicated team of professional compassionate staff who treat your pets like family. They also have low cost spay and neuter programs. Melissa's Prestigious Pawz offers daycare and overnight boarding, grooming included. For those who need other types of pet services, "Doody Calls" will clean up after your pet for a price. There are many more cleverly named pet spas to choose from in this area.
Most people in the far north area of Fort Worth depend on their cars to get them from point A to point B, C, and D. Beginning in the summer of 2014, a new bus service to downtown Fort Worth and back again is scheduled to make the commute a bit easier. Residents will be able to park their vehicles in a park and ride on the southbound side of I-35W. The buses will run three times in the morning and three times in the afternoon.
Summerfields is home to five elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools. In addition, the Independent Baptist College and the College of Health Care Professionals serve the Summerfields area.