“From Town Square and Bicentennial Park to the Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve, Southlake has it all and much more.” – City of Southlake

Famous for its public schools, affluent neighborhood and 8-time state champion football team, Southlake is a suburban city in the Tarrant County. The city has a population of 26,575. Southlake Town Square is a shopping center, which is popular for its excellent shops, high-end boutiques and amazing restaurants. That’s why; Southlake is considered to be one of the most sought after shopping destination in Texas.

Located on State Highway 114, Southlake enjoys a stable economy. The city is home to Sabre Holdings Headquarter, which is an S&P 500 company. There are different industrial businesses in the city too. The unemployment rate of Southlake is 4.8%, which is quite less as compared to the other cities of Texas. The famous Gateway Church, which has more than 22,000 attendance every week, is also a part of Southlake city.

There are various parks in the city including Bicentennial Park, which is famous for its baseball fields, the Liberty Gardens, Adventure Alley, the Community Center, the Lodge and tennis court. North Park has been opened recently with multiple sports fields. Rustin & Family Parks, McPherson Park and Frank Edgar Cornish Park are located in the town center. Bob Jones Nature Center & Preserve is a delight for the visitors where they can see different animals in their natural habitat and learn about them.

Southlake’s thriving community life is pretty famous. The city organizes multiple special events and festivals, which are mostly held in the Town Square. Arts in the Square has been organizes since the year 2000 where everyone come together to enjoy fine arts, entertainment and food. Easter in the Park is a fun-filled celebration with Mr & Mrs Easter Bunny. Summer Kickoff is a family fest where everyone enjoys live music, food and other activities. Oktoberfest, Stars & Stripes and Home for the Holidays Tree Lighting are some other popular events celebrated by the Southlake community.

The city is served by Carroll Independent School District, which includes 5 elementary, 2 middle, 2 intermediate and 2 high schools. The King’s University, which specializes in ministry training, is also a part of Southlake.

Southlake’s residents have a pretty high median household income, which is $178,513. The median housing value is also one of the highest in Texas, which is $494,142. That’s why; the Southlake real estate market is booming too.

Living in Southlake is a dream for many. One can’t easily find many exciting homes for sale in Southlake. But if you have the assistance of a top agent in Southlake like us, you can find what you are looking for. Josh DeShong real estate team has been working in Southlake for quite some time now and we know the area inside out. Our Guaranteed Southlake Home Sold Program helps the seller to sell their homes quickly and profitably. 

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Listing information last updated on January 16th, 2019 at 6:30pm CST.