Located in the great state of Texas, Denton County is considered one of the top counties to reside in the Lone Star state. John B. Denton is the namesake of the county, which was founded in 1846. This community allows you to live near the big cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, but far enough away that you still feel that small town charm. Denton County is actually referred to as the apex of the Golden Triangle considering that it is part of the Dallas Fort Worth Arlington Metroplex. The southern portion of the region includes Argyle, Corinth, Flower Mound, Justin, Highland Village, Lewisville, Little Elm, Northlake, Roanoke, Carrollton, Trophy Club, and more. Some of the northern county towns are Denton, Frisco, Sanger, Pilot Point, Krum, Aubrey, and Cross Roads.
Denton County is arguably considered the fastest growing county in North Texas. According to the 2018 Census Bureau estimate for Denton County, the population is 859,064 and growing. With simple access to Alliance and the DFW International Airport, Denton County also has a lot of eateries, bars and beer gardens, parks and hiking trails, and coffee houses to offer. With water parks, bowling allies, university activities including a planetarium, festivals, music venues, and equestrian life, Denton County has a diverse selection of things to do. Denton County has a healthy combination of historical and modern development. Many of the houses and structures are historic whereas the shopping centers and restaurants are newly developed.
Everything is larger in Texas, but Denton is known for close-nit feel. In contrast to the small-town charm, Denton lives large with festivals, small businesses, universities, art galleries and diversified activities.
With hilly terrain, horse ranches and sweeping country club views, Argyle is a beautiful and safe place to live. Argyle schools are highly regarded and most are Exemplary rated.
Strategic location, low tax rate, exemplary schools and rolling topography, makes Flower Mound Texas the perfect place to call home. Flower Mound children attend the Lewisville Independent School District.
Conveniently located at Highway 114 and 377 and known as the official “Unique Dining Capital of Texas” (appointed by the Texas House of Representatives), Roanoke is a foodie’s paradise and lives up to its nickname with their quaint, historic Oak Street strip full of eclectic restaurants and shops.