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  • The small town of Trophy Club, Texas, was built up around a luxurious golf course starting in the late 1970’s. Though it’s small, Trophy Club is made up of a community of 11,227 residents, and has continuously developed its high quality of life due to the involvement and interaction of its residents and neighborhoods. As a northern suburb of Fort Worth, as well as a part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Trophy Club, Texas, real estate has grown in demand not only due to its location, but also to the fact it has been acknowledged by D Magazine, several times, as one of the best places to live in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Shopping and Dining

Residents living in Trophy Club will find plenty of shopping and dining options both in and around town. Residents can get almost everything that they need on a daily basis at the Tom Thumb Food & Pharmacy. Here they can pick up fresh baked goods at the bakery, fresh cold cuts at the deli, withdraw or deposit money at the Wells Fargo bank and even pick up prescription medication at the pharmacy. Not far from town in nearby Roanoke, one can visit the Walmart Supercenter and the Home Depot for additional shopping needs.

Trophy Club Texas real estate is also located nearby a number of excellent local restaurants. Anyone in the mood for authentic Italian cuisine can dine in or take out homemade pastas, baked casseroles, chicken entrees, seafood, pizza and more from Vinny’s Italian Restaurant. Other popular options around the Trophy Club area include the Tres Casas Mexican GrillBabe’s Chicken Dinner House and Twisted Root Burger Co., just to name a few. There are over 25 restaurants in the area, so there is truly something for everyone.

Parks and Recreation

The Trophy Club Park is one of the most beautiful spots in town, consisting of 877 acres and located on the northwestern end of the gorgeous Grapevine Lake. The park boasts a huge assortment of amenities that includes six miles of ATV trails, a motocross track, a boat launch and ramp on Grapevine Lake, a dog park and an 18-hole disc golf course. The park also provides the more common amenities offered in park areas such as plenty of picnic tables to use and nature trails to explore. Other parks around town include Harmony Park, a 13-acre area that offers the use of one large soccer field, three small soccer fields, two fully lit tennis courts and one basketball court as well as Independence Park East and Independent Park West, which also provide residents with a number of courts and fields. The community of Trophy Club happens to be incredibly pet friendly, as evidenced by the 8.3-acre Freedom Dog Park, which offers separate fenced in areas for both small and large dogs as well as plenty of water fountains and shaded areas.

Golf fans will be happy to know that Trophy Club is also home to the Trophy Club Country Club, which offers two world class golf courses including the only course designed by golf legend Ben Hogan. The club features tennis courts, swimming pools, fitness facilities and two restaurants.

Living

The unemployment rate in Trophy Club has been dropping throughout the year and now sits at 3.8 percent, which is not only lower than the 4.6 percent state-wide unemployment figure, but also considerably lower than the national unemployment rate of 4.3 percent. Only 0.4 percent of the town’s population is below the poverty line, none of whom are over the age of 64. The most common industries over the last decade include manufacturing, finance and insurance, and professional, scientific and technical services. The community is made largely up of families, with 72 percent of the 3,072 households being couples, and 45 percent have children. In fact, according to the most recent census, there are 5,291 families living on Trophy Club real estate. The median value of a home in Trophy Club has increased six percent in the last year and now sits at about $398,100. The median age of residents living in Trophy Club is 40 years, and the median income of a Trophy Club household is $117,268 as of 2016.

Schools, Health and Transportation

Trophy Club Texas real estate is located in the Northwest Independent School District, which has a total of 17 elementary schools, five middle school and three high schools spread throughout the 10 cities and three counties it serves. Northwest ISD strives to offer the best education to their students. With small class sizes averaging at 16 students to an instructor, Northwest ISD makes sure that its students are ready to enter college and the workforce once they leave the classroom. There are also two private preschools available.

The community is served by the Baylor Medical Center, which prides itself on a 98 percent patient satisfaction score. The 24-hour, 7-day a week emergency room makes use of six state of the art operating rooms as well as extensive on-site diagnostic imaging. Additionally, the medical center specializes in fields such as Bariatrics, Orthopedics and Spine, General Surgery, Podiatry, Pain Management and Urology, to name a few.

Located right off of Highway 114, Trophy Club is easily accessible as well as conveniently located between the Alliance Airport and the Dallas Fort Worth Airport. There is also an Amtrak station located in Fort Worth, which is an estimated 19 miles away.

Presented by Minteer Realty. If you are thinking about buying or selling a home in Trophy Club, give us a call at (817) 481-8890 or send us an email to explore your options and to find out when is the best time for you to make a move.

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