If you’re considering a move to Southlake, Texas, you aren’t alone. The area’s convenient location and family-friendly environment have made it one of the most desirable Dallas suburbs to live in. From shopping to dining, events and concerts to one of the largest movie theatre screens anywhere, there’s plenty to see and do in Southlake.
What might be a little more difficult is deciding exactly where you want to live. Southlake boasts more than 50 neighborhoods, many of which offer community pools, playgrounds, ponds, fountains and community centers. Lot size in Southlake is typically on the Texas-size of the scale, ranging from a half to one acre as a rule.
Just like the award winning Town Square at the city’s center, each neighborhood has been planned with careful consideration toward preserving a balance between nature and community. If you’re a nature lover, you will be glad to know that the city of Southlake has over 620 acres of park land within two public and ten neighborhood parks. Beyond the area’s parks and lakes, there’s more than enough opportunity to enjoy Southlake’s weather while golfing. There are over 10 premium golf courses within a half hour drive of the city.
There are four school districts that serve children in Southlake city limits. Where your child will attend school depends upon where you live. The majority of children living in Southlake attend Carroll Independent School District. However, children are also served by Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, Keller ISD, and Northwest ISD.
For a free, comprehensive listing of available properties and corresponding school ratings and information, contact The Campbell Home Team, your local neighborhood experts. With more than a decade of experience in the Dallas-Fort Worth and North Texas real estate markets, The Campbell Home Team can help you find your next and best home – and make the offer to close process quick and easy. Call us today at 214-929-1733 or email us to get started on the path to your dream home.
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