Where Heart Meets Home

Silo Mills is a beautiful master-planned community located a short 30-mile drive from Fort Worth, a city rich with Texan traditions and innovative growth. Living close to this uniquely Texas city gives residents easy access to a wide range of employment opportunities, as well as many amenities, entertainment options, and cultural advantages.  

The location of Silo Mills was carefully considered by the designers of this master-planned community. Moving to a home outside the city limits provides homeowners with rural tranquility and the connectivity of living in a small-town atmosphere. Situated between the hill country towns of Godley and Joshua, Silo Mills is surrounded by beauty. The hill country is renowned for meadows of wildflowers, rolling hills, lakes and rivers, and rugged terrain. 

Look No Further

Homeowners seeking a well-designed, sustainable, vibrant living environment, need look no further than this little piece of heaven. Silo Mills offers 840 acres that include nature trails and ponds, a modern amenity complex and playgrounds, a swimming oasis, and a canine-friendly park for the family dog. 

Shared recreational spaces offer the perfect opportunity for residents to interact and form social connections with their neighbors, promoting community in the best sense of the word. From fishing holes to shared green spaces, Silo Mills is purposefully planned to be a place where families can live, work, learn, and play. 

Invest in Education


An investment in a new home goes hand-in-hand with an investment in exemplary education. The kids who live at Silo Mills attend the Godley Independent School District, rated as above average by the website Niche.  

When shopping for a new home, the quality of the educational system is a top factor in a family’s decision-making.  Indicators of a quality school system include student engagement, educator engagement, and access to advanced coursework. Another indicator is whether the school system partners with the community. The Family and Community Engagement Committee (FACE) at Godley ISD acts as a bridge between the school district and the rest of the community. According to Brookings, an educational think tank, schools that prioritize strong family engagement and community involvement are ten times more likely to improve student outcomes.  

Having a brand-new elementary school on-site, serving Silo Mills kids, is pretty great too!

On the Road Again

Not to be confused with its historical namesake, the Chisolm Trail Parkway spans 27.6 miles, connecting Fort Worth to Cleburne and all the small Texas communities in between. Along this scenic route, there are many attractions and activities to explore. 

Want proof? Just pull off and visit Chisolm Trail Crossing Park, which offers 1.51 acres of open space, or bounce into the Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park. Continue down the road to visit the Fort Worth Water Gardens or take a picnic lunch and a fishing pole to Benbrook Lake. 

If you’re interested in museums, Fort Worth has a world-class collection to choose from. Take in the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, the Kimbell Art Museum, or the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. You can also saddle up and take your cowgirls (and cowboys) to visit the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame. 

Shop Till You Drop

If retail therapy is on the day’s agenda, the Shops at Clear Fork offer an open-air shopping and dining experience in the heart of Fort Worth, with both upscale and mainstream shops and restaurants. “Artspace111 Consulting” worked closely with developers to curate, broker, and install fine artworks, that are worth the visit, in and of itself. The collection of artwork connects with the history of the land and to the family responsible for settling the area. The focal point of this collection is Tom Fruin’s Windmill, a 40-foot tall, fully functional Windmill sculpture. It is the 7th piece in the artist’s internationally acclaimed ICON series. The Shops at Clear Fork collection also includes Kevin Box’s Migrating Cranes installations, a representative of the sandhill crane migration that concludes each year in Texas. 

Day Tripping

Silo Mills offers residents a balanced blend of comfort, convenience, and community living. There’s so much to see and do. Go for a family-friendly trail ride at Touch of Chrome Trail Rides in Godley or visit nearby Lake Granbury, a man-made reservoir created in 1969 by damming the Brazos River. 

Hill Country is Texas' wine country, with several nearby Joshua and Godley. Visit the Lost Oak Winery and bring Fido too! Dogs are welcome! Check out their event page to hear concerts on the lawn or attend a paint-and-sip party. 

Pack up the kids and drive to nearby Cleburne to visit Mainstay Farm. There are amusement rides, a petting zoo, and live music playing. Don’t forget to take a wild ride on the Texas Tubin’ Hill Slide. While you’re in town, visit the beautiful Layland Museum of History and for the train enthusiasts, stop by the Cleburne Railroad Museum. Each museum offers programs and activities year-round. 

Love Your Lifestyle

Families that live at Silo Mills don’t have to leave home to find rest and relaxation. It’s already there. The quality builders provide homebuyers with customized options when it comes to design, both for the exterior and interior of the home, with home and floor plans to fit each family’s individual needs. A professional team works together to streamline the whole process. At Silo Mills, homeowners understand that their home design is what their heart desires.

At Silo Mills, home meets heart. Why not schedule an appointment today?