Kennedale, Texas is a small town about 30 miles north of Fort Worth. If you are looking for a place to call home that has plenty of culture and opportunity but also offers the peace and quiet of country living, Kennedale might be the perfect place for you! There are lots of amenities in this quaint little town: an award-winning school district, great restaurants, and shopping venues, plenty of parks with walking trails to take your dog on, or just enjoy nature by yourself. And if all that doesn’t convince you yet (it should!) then check out these houses – homes range from $125k-$250k which makes this one affordable community in North Texas! Information can be found here.
Kennedale, Texas is a city in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. It has a population of 11,146 people and it covers 18.8 square miles. Kennedale was established in 1888 by John Kennedy who purchased land from pioneer settler Henry Clay Lewis and named the town after himself. The town’s economy relies primarily on ranching and farming with some manufacturing jobs as well. Discover facts about The Sights and Sounds of Crowley, Texas.
Kennedale is known as an equestrian suburb with many large horse farms on its outskirts. The largest being one that holds over 2000 acres of land for breeding horses – which are primarily Quarter Horses and Paint Horses (but other breeds are also welcomed). There were few residents at first but now there’s plenty to do! You’ll find local shops for foodies like ourselves; craft beers brewed by locals.