Southlake is one of the hottest suburbs in the Dallas/Fort Worth region. The roots of the town go back to the 1840s, when the area comprised the settlements of Whites Chapel, Jellico, Dove, and Union Church, but it wasn't incorporated as a city until 1956. It has grown astronomically since then, thanks in large part to its convenient location with easy access to the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and north Dallas.
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Great shopping. Even though the Dallas/Fort Worth area is well-known for its great shopping, Southlake still stands out. The Southlake Town Square, located on Highway 114 and Southlake Road, is home to upscale shopping and dining like The Cheesecake Factory, Coach, and Williams-Sonoma. Because the shopping center also functions as the downtown area of Southlake, it hosts city-wide events at the holidays.
Luxury housing. Southlake is home to some high profile residents, including NFL players. Not surprisingly, it's a rather popular place to live. If your budget allows it, you can get a luxurious house in Southlake. Most houses here, in subdivisions like Timarron and Stone Lakes, redefine the concept of upscale living.
Friday night lights. The state of Texas is known for their love of football, especially on the high school circuit. This pride shines in Southlake, where championship winners, Carroll High School Dragons, play at Dragon Stadium on S. Kimball Avenue. After the game, head for gourmet ice cream at Milwaukee Joe's.
Huge houses and lots. It isn't just the houses here that are larger than life: so are the yards. Most Dallas/Fort Worth suburbs have tiny yards, but Southlake is the exception. The city initially required a minimum 1-acre lot size, but you can find homes that are more like ranches on streets like N. Carroll and Dove Road. Many available options are rent to own, rental homes, and houses for sale by the owner.
Enjoy time in nature. Nature lovers will enjoy countless hours at the Bob Jones Nature Center. It's a great place for birding or appreciating the natural Texas ecosystem, while Bicentennial Park is a perfect spot for a picnic or amateur baseball game.
Appreciate history. Despite being a relatively young city, Southlake still has a lot of history. Enjoy the Southlake Historical Tour, which will take you through sites dating back to when Texas was a republic, like the Thomas Hood Cemetery and Bunker Hill.
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