The Best Reasons to Move to Lewisville

Lewisville is a hidden gem in the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex, often overlooked and underestimated. While it may not be at the top of every mover’s list, it should be at the top of yours. Check out these amazing reasons to think about moving to Lewisville, Texas! {If you’re the visual type, scroll to the bottom of this post for the video version of this post. And if you’re not sure where you want to live, take my quiz to help you find your sweet spot!}

ten reasons to move to lewisville texas

Lewisville is a city in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, sitting just north of the DFW airport, and bordered by Flower Mound, Carrollton, Coppell, and Highland Village. With a diverse population of a little over 100,000 people {and growing}, Lewisville is a city with something for everyone.

Why Move to Lewisville, Texas?

Lake Lewisville

Lake Lewisville is one of the largest lakes in North Texas, covering about 29,000 acres, and the lake lifestyle is one that many Lewisville residents enjoy. With public parks, campgrounds, picnic areas, marinas, and boat ramps, Lake Lewisville is a great place to enjoy swimming, kayaking, fishing, and recreational boating.

A Variety of Housing Styles

Lewisville has many different styles of neighborhoods and those wishing to live there can find single detached family homes, condominiums and townhomes, and apartments, depending on the housing that suits best. There are also houses available in a variety of prices, making it a relatively affordable city.

Rich History and Community Pride

Lewisville is a diverse city with a lot of history and multiple generations of families. It’s not uncommon to meet people who grew up in the area, then came back to grow businesses and families. It’s an area with a strong sense of community and connection and most residents have a desire to see the community flourish.


An updated multigenerational recreation center, called Thrive, recently opened in Lewisville and offers a variety of activities and events for all ages. The center has recreational facilities for use, as well as classes and camps throughout the year. And be sure to check their online calendar for food truck events: Righteous BBQ is another amazing part of the Lewisville scene!

Convenient Location

Lewisville sits just north of the DFW airport {about a fifteen minute drive}, and has quick and easy freeway access to downtown Dallas, UNT, and TWU {colleges that are both located in Denton}. If you’ve got Oklahoma ties, you can even be across the border in about an hour.

Friday Night Lights

If you know anything about Texas, you know we love our football as much as we love our Whataburger, and Friday night lights are alive and well in Lewisville! When the Fighting Farmers take the field at Lewisville High School, the stands are usually packed, not only with students and families, but with members of the community that come out to cheer the team on!

Lower Property Taxes

People don’t always think about property taxes when moving to a new city or community but property taxes need to be considered, especially in Texas. Because there’s no state income tax, property taxes tend to be higher here than in many other states. Lewisville has a lower property tax rate than many other cities in the metroplex.

The Arts

While it’s doubtful that this city is the first place that comes to mind when you think of the arts, it holds its own in this department. Old Town Lewisville, in particular, is home to a theater venue, outdoor concerts and festivals, sculptures, and colorful murals.

Old Town Lewisville

I’m a huge fan of Old Town Lewisville, and it’s not just because my office sits right in heart of it and I love being a Lewisville real estate agent! This area, to me, really feels like the heartbeat of this city. With historic buildings housing stores, a coffee shop, and restaurants, the towering city hall building, and an urban park, this area is the perfect place to spend some time. It’s also a great place to check out real estate, whether you’re looking for an old home to fix up, an old house to turn into a commercial property, or a place to call home.

Festivals and Events

Lewisville {and Old Town, in particular} hosts a number of events throughout the year, including First Fridays, Western Days, a homecoming parade, and Holiday Stroll. These events not only add an element of fun but they also build a sense of community within the area.

If you’re interested in relocating to Lewisville or you’re thinking about selling a house in the area, I’d love to talk to you. Click on the contact link on the menu bar above and leave your contact information!

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