The 30,000 residents of this North Dallas suburb love celebrations. And there's always something to celebrate here. Date Night in the Park each spring brings out the food trucks and locals come for good eats, good music and a movie under the stars. Patriotic days also are celebrated in style, and there are kids' fishing tournaments, a Bluegrass Festival and chili cook off, the ghoulish Halloween Festival and a Christmas lighting tour. You won't be a couch potato in Farmers Branch.
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Lots to do! There are 28 parks and playgrounds, three golf courses, state-of-the-art recreation centers, city pools, and lots of team sports opportunities. You can get married in the city's award-winning Rose Garden, explore North Texas history at the Historical Park, or feed friendly ducks and fish in a pond adjacent to Manske Library. You can also watch hockey or get on the ice yourself at the Dr. Pepper StarCenter.
An old-fashioned town in modern dress! It is the oldest settlement in Dallas County and most of its housing is single family detached homes. But you won't find anything dowdy about the Branch. Real estate values are up over 9% in the last several years. Be patient and diligent if you're looking for rent to own homes. The good news is that if you find a property with great potential, the city offers cash and tax incentives under a municipal "Demo/Rebuild" program. Mustang Station, a new mixed use development, is nearing completion, and includes both residential and commercial space.
Easy commutes! Living here, you are literally just minutes from DFW Airport and Love Field. The DART system Green Line will take you to downtown Dallas for business or entertainment, or to points north and east via transfers to other lines. Close at hand is food from around the world and home-grown entertainment. Enjoy superb Mexican shrimp cocktails at Cesar's Tacos and then head to the Firehouse Theatre to watch your neighbors on stage.
Neighborhoods with personality! Choose to live on a winding street in a home that backs up to one of the Brookhaven Country Club greens, or opt for a modern condo community that's within walking distance of your office. Bike on a park trail, take a fitness class at the Rec Center, and meet friends for breakfast at The Diner. But remember that when you move to Farmers Branch, you must obtain a Certificate of Occupancy from a city building inspector, whether you rent or own the home.