227 Homes For Sale in Lewisville, TX

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Located in the booming North Texas locale, Lewisville is a bustling suburb that 100,000 residents are proud to call home. The city is a few minutes away from the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, and there are two major highways giving you easy access to all the regional attractions. The quality of life here is full of fun and leisure for the whole family. You can find a place for yourself or to raise a family, whether it’s an exquisite traditional home in the North Castle Hills subdivision or a three-bedroom charmer on a tree-lined street in the Lewisville Valley neighborhood.

In January 2011, Lewisville opened Southern Denton County’s first publicly owned and operated arts center - the Medical Center of Lewisville Grand Theater. It’s situated in the heart of Old Town Lewisville. It’s a wonderful venue for enjoying Broadway-inspired musicals, live performances and stunning visual arts and sculptures. The theater’s courtyard is the setting for the Sounds of Lewisville series. This free outdoor summer concert takes place every year and provides a joyous soundtrack for your picnic. When it comes to casual or fine dining, you have over 200 restaurants vying for your attention. There’s a full range of meal options including pizza, seafood, catfish and burgers. However, this just scratches the surface of what this community offers.

Lewisville Lake is a wonderland for outdoor enthusiasts. The 29,000-acre reservoir is chock-full of fish. Its 233-mile shoreline and 9,000 acres of natural area are a haven for outdoor amusement such as swimming, jet-skiing, sailing, biking, camping and picnicking. The lake’s south shore is a sprawling 622-acre park. When it’s time to shop, the Ridge Mall has almost every product or service at your disposal. The one-million-square-foot mall houses major department stores, national retailers and specialty shops. After you shop, watch a Hollywood blockbuster in the mall’s 15-screen movie theater or grab a snack from the food court. Lewisville prides itself on its modern amenities and celebrates its cultural heritage. The Western Days festival launched in 1964 and takes place during the last weekend of September. The two-day event is free and features the hottest country music acts, a huge play area for children, cooking demos, a car show, vendors, and the official World Tamale Eating Championship. The local economy is robust with 65,000 full-time and part-time jobs. Check our listings of homes for sale and find your piece of paradise in this vibrant North Texas city.