When it comes to metropolitan areas within the United States, Dallas/Fort Worth is ranked as the 4th largest and can proudly proclaim being the economic and cultural hub of North Texas. This area of The Lone Star State offers a plethora of cultural and recreational options; and boredom has no room here. Residents know, and visitors soon discover, that regardless of age and personal interest, one has access to a smorgasbord of activities for everyone!
Dallas/Fort Worth is enjoying a robust real-estate market, reflective of an economy that is thriving. With jobs and population continuously expanding, home-owners enjoy the economic stability that this area provides where the predictability of homes' market values remain strong. But the proof of a booming economy goes beyond mere real-estate which takes us to the US Department of Commerce. This organization generates annual reports that reveal the 'GMP' of metro areas across the country. GMP stands for Gross Metropolitan Product – similar to the GNP, or Gross National Product. The GMP report reveals the size and health of a metro's economy; and Dallas/Fort Worth not only comes in 6th when compared to the US, but ranks 10th in the entire world!
The types of amenities that residents can continually enjoy are a big part of what makes a community coveted. Here are a few additional features this robust area affords:
1: DFW International Airport – 6th largest in the country, and Dallas Love Field located 7 miles from Dallas' downtown central business district.
2: Dallas Area Rapid Transit rail line – efficiency and ease of commuting to work as well as quick transport to entertainment venues, sports activities, shopping districts, educational facilities etc. in the DFW area. Moves 220,000 passengers, daily.
3: Four, major professional sports leagues – Dallas Cowboys (football), the Texas Rangers (baseball), the Dallas Mavericks (basketball), and the Dallas Stars (hockey).
4: Six Flags Over Texas – World-class theme park covering 212 acres with more than 100 rides.
5: White Rock Lake – 1,000 acres of pure enjoyment complete with seagulls, herons and pelicans. Sailboats, paddle-boats, fishing, hiking trails and other amenities, abound.
6: Perot Museum of Nature and Science – Five stories and five acres filled with dinosaur displays, 3-D educational movies, hands-on activities and so much more. Dubbed “A World of Wonder” by The Dallas Morning News.
Dunhill Homes is proud to offer a distinguished collection of exquisitely-crafted residences in these Fort-Worth home communities:
Chisholm Trail Ranch is located off the new Chisholm Trail Parkway and McPherson Boulevard. Chisholm Trail Ranch is a 12-minute drive to downtown Fort Worth and is close to other key hubs as well as restaurants and shopping. This community will incorporate both residential and commercial components when complete. Residents can enjoy an expansive hike-and-bike trail as well as an onsite amenity center and an onsite elementary school.
SQFT Range: 1,831 to 3,145
Quick, move-in-ready homes include the 'Summer' at 5028 Stockwhip Drive, the 'Grayson' at 5025 Stockwhip Drive and the 'Oliver' at 5032 Stockwhip Drive.
Lakes of River Trails provide recreational lakes, green belts, privacy parks for children and close proximity to restaurants, shopping and easy-access highways. Our homes, here, are breath-taking and reveal exquisite craftsmanship, in every detail.
SQFT Range: Coming Soon!