Midlothian TX Real Estate
Real estate in Midlothian TX has always been a hot commodity. Location, employment opportunities and good schools
were, and continue to be, what draws people here.
Having begun regular service to the area the previous summer, the Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe railroad offered fare discounts for one day in May of 1883 to those traveling to a public sale of real estate in Midlothian TX. By the 1900s, two major highways and two railroad lines traversed the city and Midlothian became an important industrial center in North Texas. Subsequent discovery of extensive amounts of limestone led to the town becoming the cement capital of the country.
Prime location near the Dallas/Fort Worth area and a cost of living below the national average make this a desirable place to live.
Many homes for sale in Midlothian TX are located in family-friendly areas and are very moderately priced. First time home buyers in Midlothian TX will find great options for themselves and their families. The excellent Midlothian Independent School District includes four early childhood locations, six elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school, with a second one scheduled to open in August of 2014. SAT and ACT scores of Midlothian students exceed the national average. Institutions of higher education in the area include Navarro College, as well as campuses of Texas A&M and the University of Texas.
Properties in Midlothian TX are a great investment. No fewer than 12 city parks are available here
, including a sports complex and nature park. Magnificent landscaping, beautiful hiking trails and canopied playgrounds provide individuals and families with inexpensive activity options. Outdoor enthusiasts will delight in the fishing opportunities at Gifford –Hill or Cement Plant Lake, or a round of golf at the Pecan Trails course. Donna Lasater
will pinpoint the perfect home location for all your outdoor plans.
Midlothian is a community that truly cares for all of its residents. An active senior citizen center provides activities such as games, classes and trips for these valued residents. A Spring Fling arts and crafts show and a Fall Festival are great fun for all. The traditional Holiday Light Up Parade is another exciting community event. Major attractions within a 20-mile radius include: Ice at the Parks, an indoor ice-skating rink, the Planetarium at the University of Texas-Arlington, the Arlington Museum of Art and the Grand Prairie Speedway. Local musical talent can be seen at Johnny High’s Country Music Revue. Six Flags Over Texas and Hurricane Harbor amusement parks provide outstanding family entertainment as well.
Smart people are buying homes in Midlothian TX because this place has it all! Call or email Donna Lasater
today and see the fabulous homes available in this great city.