About Grapevine Tx
True to its name, Grapevine is set in the heart of the Texas wine country, and because the state is the fifth largest producer of wine in America, the juice of the grape is a serious business here. With a population of 46,334 (2010 U.S. Census), Grapevine also attracts area history buffs, thanks to its downtown historic corridor, and lives up to its reputation for being one of the most picturesque towns in Texas, thanks to its many vineyards, lush rolling hills, and close proximity to pristine Grapevine Lake. Sure, there’s a nifty little vintage railroad, and loads of mega hotels in the area, but there’s also a small town tranquility and an undercurrent of sincere friendliness that makes you believe Grapevine folks would be celebrating their heritage out of sheer civic pride, even if they didn’t make one cent from it.
With its many attractive residential neighborhoods, it’s almost hard to know where to begin your search, but here are a few places to keep in mind:.
Main Street: In the historic Main Street section of town, you’ll find a number of beautiful modern apartment complexes within walking distance of downtown shopping.
Brookside Drive: This beautiful residential neighborhood has lovely multi-level and ranch style homes for rent and sale.
Grapevine Mills Parkway: You’ll find a large selection of lovely modern apartment complexes in this area, many with luxurious appointments and amenities. You’ll also find some great condos and townhouses.
Turner Road: This area is home to a number of attractive apartment complexes, all at a wide variety of sizes and price points.
Austin Oaks: This lovely subdivision has 128 homes, many with wooded lots. There’s also a picturesque neighborhood creek to enjoy.
Bellaire: Located conveniently close to the historic downtown district, this neighborhood has beautiful homes and is also graced with a lovely city park.