Real Estate Man specializes in Denton County, NE Tarrant County and everything in between, including Dallas and North Dallas. Some of our favorites towns are Argyle, Denton, Flower Mound, Grapevine, Keller, North Richland Hills, Colleyville and Southlake to name a few.
In Denton County, our first love is Argyle, Texas where you will find hilly terrain, horse ranches and sweeping country club views. Downtown Denton is a personal favorite. It is so enjoyable to walk around the historical courthouse square visiting local restaurants and watching aspiring musicians playing around the square.
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.
For Tarrant County, Southlake is always a crowd pleaser with its high-end shopping and excellent restaurants. Then there's Grapevine, Texas. Another favorite for its unique restaurants and main street shops. In fact, Grapevine is known a the Christmas Capital of Texas with Christmas events over 40 days with decorations, animated characters and plenty of fun activities.
NE Tarrant County, specifically is one of our favorite areas to live, and is the home of the above mentioned Grapevine and Southlake, and also Keller, Colleyville, North Richland Hills, Bedford and many more. More than 2 million people reside in Tarrant County, accounting for over seven percent of the entire population that calls the state of Texas home. It is Texas' third-most populous county and the 15th-most populous in the United States, and climbing.
The county seat, Fort Worth, is rich with the history and owns the bragging rights of being the largest stage coach station in the Southwest, occurring once the Texas and Pacific Railroad reached the county and Fort Worth in 1876.