Flower Mound, TX
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 highly rated Lewisville Independent School District.
Flower Mound's municipal government, operating under a council manager system, has invested in a public park system highlighted by an extensive network of trails. With its moderately affluent population and proximity to the metroplex, Flower Mound has used a smart growth system for urban planning, and has recently experienced more rapid light industrial growth to match the growing needs of the primarily residential community.
Flower Mound Communities
Below of are few of the many communities you will find in Flower Mound, Texas!
Bridlewood Flower Mound is a master planned golf course community located within the Town of Flower Mound. Bridlewood is made up of 11 distinctive neighborhoods offering small town quality of life with tons of activities for the entire family. Bridlewood features annual events such as the Fall Festival, July 4th Parade and Easter Egg Hunt. The Bridlewood Moms is a network of moms sharing tips on anything and everything kiddo! The Bridlewood Academy of Golf offers lessons for both adults and children.
For those who love equestrian, Bridlewood residents have access to programs for english riding including competitive hunter jumper. The list of activities continues at Bridlewood from Tai Chi, tennis and fitness classes.
Bridlewood is part of the highly desirable Lewisville Independent School District, with both the elementary and middle schools located within the neighborhood and Marcus High School just a short walk outside the back entrance of the neighborhood. Plus, Bridlewood Elementary and Clayton Downing Middle School are Exemplary rated schools.
For families who want an active lifestyle but want to live in the serene and peaceful setting in the heart of North Central Texas, be sure to put Bridlewood on the must-see list. You will not be disappointed!
Wellington is a master planned community offering growing families an active life style amongst beautiful estate sized single family homes. Wellington is made up of multiple communities in a broad range of price points in Wellington of Flower Mound and Wichita Chase Estates.
Wellington includes the communities of Hillcrest, Wichita Chase Estates, Lakewood, Brandywine, Wellington Estates, The Oaks and The Woods. Wellington Flower Mound has two community swimming pools, the Wellington Athletic Club, basketball sport court, club house, 9 hole golf course, fitness center, playgrounds and a neighborhood 10K walking and jogging trail that weaves throughout Wellington.
Flower Mound TX schools serving Wellington are all rated in the last campus accountability ratings as Exemplary. The Flower Mound elementary school includes Wellington Elementary and Liberty Elementary School. Upper schools includes McKamy Middle School and Flower Mound High School.
As you enter the privacy gates of The Estates at Tour 18 Flower Mound TX, you will be amazed by the rich blend of European, traditional and modern style estates which line the beautifully landscaped streets and rolling topography on one of the most prestigious golf courses in America. The Georgian style clubhouse is where you can relax for a quiet dinner with your family or after a stimulating 18 holes of golf. The epitome of southern hospitality!
Tour 18 Flower Mound homes in the millions and include designs from some of the most recognized custom home builders in Texas. Estates range from 4,500 square feet to over 10,000 square feet on 1 and 2 acre wooded lots.
The Estates of Tour 18 is located within minutes of Liberty Christian, a private college preparatory serving grades K-12 and the exemplary rated Argyle Middle School and Argyle High School located just around the corner from Tour 18 in Argyle TX.
Flower Mound History
The town of Flower Mound derives its name from a prominent 12.5-acre Flower Mound located in the southern portion of the town. After settlers used the site for religious camps during the 1840s, the area around Flower Mound was first permanently inhabited in the 1850s; however, residents did not incorporate until 1961. Although an effort to create a planned community failed in the early 1970s, Flower Mound's population increased substantially when DFW International Airport opened to the south in 1974.