Trophy Club

Homes in Trophy Club range from $250,000 to the millions and styles vary from older custom homes to newer showcase homes. No matter what stage of life you are in, Trophy Club neighborhoods offer the perfect lifestyle to suit your needs!

Over 1,000 acres of parks with trail systems and a world-class, 36-hole golf course provide residents and visitors a variety of opportunities for play. Trophy Club amenities include enjoying a round of golf, walking the trails at Trophy Club Park or the many sidewalks throughout town, playing on the Frisbee golf course, swimming at the community pool or wading at the Splash Park, enjoying a day at the dog park, playing tennis on lighted courts or participating in organized youth sports including soccer, baseball and football on state-of-the art fields. With a little of everything for everyone, Trophy Club truly is a Great Place to Call Home.

Westlake

Westlake is an oasis of natural beauty that maintains open spaces in balance with distinctive development, trails, and quality of life amenities amidst an ever expanding urban landscape. Nestled in the DFW Metroplex, Westlake is a Gold Level Scenic City and home to several corporate campuses including Deloitte University and Fidelity Investments. Charles Schwab Headquarters coming soon.

Southlake

Welcome to Southlake! Our community is home to more than 27,000 people within 22.5 square miles located in North Tarrant County. Southlake is the proud home of Southlake Town Square, the Carroll Dragons, Bicentennial Park, the Bob Jones Nature Center, and is considered one of the safest places to live in the country.

North Richland Hills

North Richland Hills is a dynamic, growing city centrally located within the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex. With nearly 70,000 residents, 1,200 businesses and 30 major employers, we are the third largest city in Tarrant County. Residents enjoy our welcoming and neighborly atmosphere and family friendly amenities including a new public library and recreation center, more than 800 acres of parkland, 30 miles of hike and bike trails, the award winning Iron Horse Golf Course and NRH2O Family Water Park. Superior schools, a wide range of housing options and convenient access to all the DFW region has to offer, make North Richland Hills an outstanding community in which to live, work and play!

Grapevine

In October 1843, General Sam Houston and fellow Republic of Texas Commissioners camped at Tah-Wah-Karro Creek, also known as Grape Vine Springs, to meet with leaders of 10 Indian nations.  This meeting culminated in the signing of a treaty of “peace, friendship, and commerce,” which opened the area for homesteaders. The settlement that emerged was named Grape Vine due to its location on the appropriately-named Grape Vine Prairie near Grape Vine Springs, both names an homage to the wild grapes that grew in the area.

Growth during the 19th century was slow but steady; by 1890 roughly 800 residents called Grapevine home, supported by such amenities as a newspaper, a public school, several cotton gins, a post office and railroad service. The settlement made continued gains early in the 20th century, and on January 12, 1914, the post office altered the town’s name to one word, Grapevine. On Easter Sunday, April 1, 1934, Henry Methvin, an associate of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, killed two police officers, E.B. Wheeler and H.D. Murphy, during an altercation near Grapevine. A historical marker remains at the intersection of Dove Road and State Highway 114.

Roanoke

Historic Roanoke began in 1847 when a small group of 20 settlers and their families settled near Denton Creek, north of the present location of Roanoke. First called the Medlin Settlement in honor of Louis and Charles Medlin, whose families were in the colony, the early community was later designated Garden Valley.