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Denton, Texas Real Estate

The real estate market of Denton is diverse with a wide range of wonderful housing options available. A limited number of condominiums and townhouses can be found in Denton starting in the low $100,000 range in developments such as Mulberry Creek and Wooded Acres. Lovely three- or four-bedroom contemporary homes are available in such neighborhoods as the Estates of Forrest Ridge, Shadow Brook Place, Lakeview Ranch, Hunters Ridge and Montecito del Sur. Denton's single-family homes can be found starting from under $100,000, though prices range up to $400,000. For luxurious estates complete with swimming pools, media rooms, vaulted ceilings and gourmet kitchens, prices start in the high $500,000s to just under $1 million. From horse properties with acreage to fine executive homes featuring golf course or lakefront lots, these estates are every homeowners dream. Land is abundantly available for residential, commercial or agricultural development and a few farm properties can be found for approximately $500,000.
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Denton Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Texas

As the seat of Denton County, Texas, the City of Denton is quickly becoming one of the most popular cities in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Ideally located approximately 30 miles north of Fort Worth and Dallas, Denton along with its two metropolitan neighbors form what is known locally as the "Golden Triangle." This diverse and dynamic city boasts a newly renovated downtown district, acres of lush parks, several renowned universities and a wide variety of affordable housing options. Real estate options in Denton include single-family homes, beautiful estates, condominiums, townhouses and land is available for custom development.

Though home to nearly 90,000 permanent residents, Denton is also a college town. Texas Woman's University (TWU) and the University of North Texas (UNT) make their homes in Denton and when school is in session, the town's population swells to approximately 130,000 residents. A beautiful downtown square provides plenty of entertainment, from lively clubs and restaurants to lovingly restored historic sites.

Arts and culture are also popular throughout the city and are well supported by the local universities. The Margo Jones Performance Hall at TWU and Murchison Performing Arts at UNT host Broadway-quality plays and musical performances.

Industries that provide employment include educational, health and social services, arts and recreation. Denton's award-winning public school system—the Independent School District (ISD)—serves nearly 20,000 students. Both SAT and ACT scores are consistently above state and national levels.

Denton residents enjoy hundreds of acres of parks and open space, as well as eight recreational facilities. Two public 18-hole golf courses can be found in Denton, along with driving ranges and country clubs.

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