Grapevine, TX

Want to have a more relaxed lifestyle?  Maybe unwind and allow yourself to enjoy life more and put your worries to the wayside.  Well if you are, Grapevine is truly the place for you.  Centrally located between Dallas and Fort Worth, it is a remarkable place to raise a family, enjoy retirement or start your budding career.  With its charming shops, restaurants, art galleries, wineries, festivals and events, shopping, and outdoor activities, you will no doubt find a more relaxed lifestyle in Grapevine.


In 1843, Sam Houston met with 10 Indian tribes which resulted in a signing of a treaty of friendship, peace, and commerce.  This opened up the area for settlement by pioneers and homesteaders to build a foundation for a city to last for generations to come.  The area is named Grapevine because it was located on the Grape Vine Prairie with the region being blanketed by wild mustang grapes.  That same spirit still thrives in Grapevine, friendship, peace, and commerce.


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Things to Do in Grapevine, TX

Grapevine is known as the Christmas Capital of Texas ®. With 1,400 Christmas events in 40 days, how can anyone in Grapevine not feel the spirit of community, caring, and just pure joy? Apart from Christmas, Grapevine has an annual event calendar with events scheduled every month, which creates the opportunity to create traditions amongst families and friends.

Grapevine is an amazing city that has so much to offer its residents. From parks and lakes to shopping and wine tasting, there are endless opportunities for recreation and relaxation. And not only does Grapevine offer a wealth of recreational activities, but it also has a great culture of laid-back living. This makes it a wonderful place to call home. In Grapevine, you can truly find something for everyone. Whether you enjoy spending time outdoors or exploring the city's many museums and festivals, there is always something to do. And with so many great restaurants and shops, you can always find something new to try.

Some of the major attractions are Grapevine Mills Mall, Grapevine Vintage Railroad, Historic Downtown, Glass Cactus, Oak Grove Park, Grapevine Historical Museum, Texas Star Dinner Theatre, Legoland® Discovery Center, and Nash Farm. With over 200 restaurants, a street full of wineries, and a calendar of events, your family will never find themselves with little to do.

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Schools in Grapevine, TX

A national and coveted school district, The Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District (GCISD) inspires, encourages, and empowers students to achieve their full potential in a global society.  Their seven core beliefs prove that GCISD is passionate and committed to not only educating the youth but fostering an environment to promote good citizenship and encourage each student to reach for their full potential, in a safe, caring, cooperative environment.


With 11 elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools, two alternative schools, and one virtual school, GCISD has the structures in place to serve every student.  Ranked in the Top 100 Texas Districts, GCISD has a proven track record of providing an excellent education to its youth. 

Move to Grapevine, TX

Diverse residentially, Grapevine's established upscale neighborhoods continue to thrive and cater to a family-based community.  In addition, a soon-to-be-completed luxury housing development will offer amenities and entertainment that simply cannot be found anywhere else. If you're ready to get started with a Grapevine real estate agent, let's find time to meet. We will create a personalized listing search that'll help guide us to your perfect Grapevine home.  

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