The peculiar name of Texarkana is befitting for a town that sits along the borders of Texas and Arkansas. The Texas side is located in upper northeastern Texas and is known as the gateway to the Southwest. The location is only a short distance from Louisiana, in the middle of a thriving transportation, commerce and industrial center. If that's not enough, here are five more reasons to get you off the fence.
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Day-tripping is encouraged. Because Texarkana is such a gateway to many southwest locales, day trips are highly encouraged. There are plenty nearby Texas towns to visit. There's the city of Linden, which also referred to as the gateway to the lakes. Not surprisingly, three lakes surround the city and provide tons of fun with outdoor activities. Then there is Atlanta, as in Texas, not Georgia. This town is for the serious shopper and offers over 40 shops in its downtown area.
Lower cost of living. Inexpensive housing, as compared to the national average, is a plus to moving to Texarkana. While housing costs have grown steadily in Texarkana, the average house price is still lower than the national average. With this lower cost of living, all the recreational activities and the beautiful scenery, you get a bargain community with plenty of extras, whether you plan to buy or rent to own. Looking for places to spend that extra time and cash? Check out Naaman's Championship BBQ for some grub or Taste & See for specialty coffee, chocolate and gelato.
Museums and more. Cultural enthusiast will revel in the number of museums, historical structures and artful activities in Texarkana. For one, the Ace of Clubs House is a Victorian treasure with an interior layout in the shape of a club. Then there's the Museum of Regional History, the Perot Theatre and the Texarkana Symphony Orchestra to round out an array of cultural activities and musical events.
Plenty of outdoor adventures. Within this natural beauty are plenty of parks with waterways, hiking trains and championship golf courses to explore and enjoy. Spring Lake Park and Bill Ferguson Park are just two examples of what the Texarkana area has to offer. These parks provide walking trails, sports fields, fishing, hunting and plenty of green space and forestry for residents to enjoy.
Available housing options. Southern charm is not the only thing Texarkana delivers on. It has affordable housing as well. The median home price is $94,400. This price is below the average for the state of Texas and nationally. Additionally, there is no need to fret about losing out on the home of your dreams. Texarkana neighborhoods give you plenty of choices.You can hop on over to communities like Garland, Sanderson Lane and Sugar Hill Road to find a house for sale, or homes for rent.
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