Homes for Sale in Lewisville
Homes for sale in Lewisville are part of Denton County. Its proximity to Lewisville Lake has made it a recreational hub for the DFW area. With a population over 100,000, and an area of 43 square miles, the City has something for everyone, focusing on recreational and cultural investments.
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Lewisville Properties For Sale
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Lewisville Properties For Sale
Lewisville Real Estate
What draws many people to Lewisville real estate is the close proximity to amazing recreation and strong infrastructure. Neighboring communities include Flower Mound, Carrollton and Coppell. Learn more about what sets Lewisville apart from the rest.
Lewisville Lake spans 29,000 acres and has 233 miles of shoreline. A Corps of Engineers reservoir with an average depth of 25 feet, Lewisville Lake is immensely popular for water sports, boating, and fishing. On the south shore of the lake, a 622-acre park - Lewisville Lake Park – offers a variety of amenities such as picnic areas, RV and tent camping, pavilions, swimming beaches and athletic facilities. Marinas, boat and jet-ski rentals and launch ramps are also available on the lake.
Lewisville boasts a revitalized downtown district featuring buildings from the early decades of the 20th century, and offers shopping, casual dining, and a comfortable hometown ambience. The downtown is often host to concerts and special events. Just a stone’s throw away is the MCL Grand Theater – a hub for the arts in Lewisville. The facility opened in 2011 with a series of performances, children’s shows, concerts and exhibits.
The City of Lewisville operate multiple recreation facilities including parks, two recreation centers and trails. The Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park was built in 2009, and has a baseball/softball complex, a football complex, 8 lighted soccer fields, 3 man-made lakes, a dog park and the Scion Skate Park. In addition, the city offers a variety of adult and youth sports activities.
For those who love golf, Lewisville is a major hub of the Northern Golf Corridor of the DFW metroplex. Golf facilities include the Hank Haney Golf Ranch at Vista Ridge and Timbercreek Golf Center. The Lakes at Castle Hills is a Jay Morrish-designed course located on the southeast edge of the city. Critics have rated the course highly, praising its amenities and difficulty level. Lake Park Golf Couse near Lewisville Lake is noted for its beginner-friendly design.
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Lewisville is a full member of the Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA). In 2011, the Old Town and Hebron stations opened as commuter stops along the rout of the DCTA’s A-train. The route continues north to Denton and south to Trinity Mills Station in Carrollton where it connects with the DART Green Line to Dallas.
Schoolchildren in Lewisville are served by the Lewisville Independent School District. The district also operates the Dale Jackson Career Center and a night high school.
- Castle Hills
- Highpoint Oaks
- Indian Oaks
- Lewisville Valley
- Meadow Glen
- Orchard Valley
- The Highlands
- Valley Vista
- Willow Grove
- Wyndale Meadows
New Construction Home Builders in Lewisville
- American Legend Homes
- Beazer Homes
- Britton Homes
- DR Horton Homes
- Lennar Homes
- Megatel Homes
- Pulte Homes
- Shaddock Homes
Learn more about homes for sale in Lewisville and Lewisville real estate. Contact Select Residential Brokerage, Ltd or call 214-629-8407 today!
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Listing information last updated on October 23rd, 2018 at 4:01pm CDT.