Why Live in Highland Village, Texas?

Today, in our continuing series on “Why Live In…,” we explore Highland Village, Texas. Highland Village is an independent city in the Dallas and Fort Worth Metropolitan Area. Served by the Denton County Transportation Authority, Highland Village main public transportation systems are the Commuter Express, running south to downtown Dallas and the DCTA A-Train that runs north to Denton. Highland Village sits along the southwest shore of Lewisville Lake. Home to “The Mound,” a twelve acre hill which grows beautiful flowers in blooming season, Flower Mound, Texas has been voted top 10 Best Dallas Suburbs in recent years.

Highland Village school district is the Lewisville Independent School District, which serves many other neighboring towns. Its primary high school, Edward S Marcus High School, is located in the nearby town of Flower Mound. Primarily a residential town, Highland Village hosts an annual Hot Air Balloon Festival as well as a Red, White and Blue Music Festival.

Here are a few quick highlights:

  • Estimated Population: 16,000
  • Estimated Median Household Income: $133,000
  • Estimated Home Value: $269,000
  • Unemployment Rate: 4.30%

There are several great schools and amazing homes in Highland Village, Texas. Four of the schools in Highland Village have received Cruvita Gold Medals of Excellence at the national level, which you can see by clicking here or you can see their position on a map by clicking here.

Interested in the available homes in Highland Village, Texas? You can click here to see homes for sale and for rent in the area. You can click here to see homes for sale and for rent in the area or you can contact one of our Cruvita Home Sales Experts such as, Becky Williamson, at bwilliamson@pioneer-realty.com or 214-995-2228.

What do you think about Highland Villaage, Texas? Would you buy a home and raise your family here?

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