Located in Ellis County, Midlothian is one of the fastest growing cities in the state. The city has experienced a population boom of 142 percent over the past 14 years. Currently, Midlothian is the hub of the cement industry, and the city has a huge industrial park that houses the distribution facilities of some major department stores, such as Target, Toys R Us and QuikTrip.
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Thriving local economy! Midlothian is the mecca for cement production in the United States and is home to three of the largest cement facilities in the country -- Texas Industries, Holcim and Ash Grove.
Yoga for the body and the mind! If yoga is your calling, then Midlothian is the perfect city for you. Considered the yoga capital of Texas, Midlothian is home to multiple yoga studios. Residents can attend classes at Crescent Yoga, Midlothian Yoga or Dayme's Studio to name a few spots.
Can't miss restaurants! Texas cuisine is known for big flavors and the food in Midlothian is no exception. Start your culinary immersion at the Rising Sun Hibachi Grill. Head to Hideout Burger for a delicious grass-fed beef burger with their signature BBQ sauce.
Check out unique special events! Midlothian is home to numerous special events and civil activities that foster a community spirit and sense of pride. Held on the last Saturday in April, the Spring Fling welcomes in the start of a new season with delicious food, artwork from local vendors and events for all ages. Join the city residents on the first Saturday evening of December to celebrate the Holiday Light Up Parade.
Home values on the rise! Buyers who want to purchase for the long run will be happy to know that the median value of homes in Midlothian is on the rise. Since Midlothian is one of the fastest growing cities in Texas, now is the perfect time to buy. With the median home value at $260,500 and rising, deals can be made in neighborhoods like Ward and Britton.
Median sale price on the decline! In 2010, the median house price in Midlothian reached a peak at nearly $233,000. Since then, the sales prices has fallen to its current level of $162,000. Take advantage of falling prices by looking at buying a house or checking out rent to own homes in areas like Shiloh Road and City Center.
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