Montrachet is designed to become a coveted Fort Worth neighborhood.
Montrachet is full of mature trees — and natural vistas.
Montrachet brings a picturesque, dramatic setting.
The high-end community of Montserrat is ready to introduce its next phase of development. The adjacent 245 acres will become a new Montrachet neighborhood, along west Fort Worth’s historic Mary’s Creek.
The acreage was acquired by the Siratt family last July, and the newly plated 168 lots will offer lush homesites ranging from one-quarter acre to sprawling seven acre ranchettes, priced from $200,000 to $2 million. The John Zimmerman Group, with Compass, is selling Montrachet.
The well-established Montserrat neighborhood, which began its development in 2003, is almost entirely built out and occupied — situated just next door. Montrachet is bordered by Mary’s Creek to the north, Montserrat to the east, Team Ranch Road to the south and FM 2871/Chapin School Road to the west.
Montrachet is ideally situated for convenience, at the intersection of Fort Worth, Aledo and Benbrook. With the feel of a countryside resort, it will provide picturesque views and peaceful tranquility, along with easy access to all the amenities of its surrounding cities.
The property is nestled among a 75-year old pecan orchard, with sweeping hilltop views, beautiful canyons and meandering Mary’s Creek. Incorporated into the layout are more than 45 acres, which have been reserved for greenspace, affording miles of hiking and biking trails, riverside verandas and a private grove gazebo.
The exclusive gated community will include the perks of 24-hour manned security, resort-style concierge services and outdoor amenities being planned for residents, like a neighborhood community center. The terrain is dramatic with top elevations of 850 feet, and fantastic views from one of the highest points within the Fort Worth city limits.
It has a 150 foot drop from the highest point on the cliffs down to Mary’s Creek,with the stunning backdrop of the cliffs of Montserrat.
Montrachet will break ground this month, and will begin to install roads and utilities by the middle of 2020.