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Argyle Texas 76226 | Eyad Salloum 214-562-5039
Argyle, Texas came to life in 1881 when the Texas & Pacific Railway added a stop at the base of Hickory Hill. Incorporated in 1963, Argyle has become a community known for its beautiful rural setting. Argyle, with a population of 3,100 (2007 estimate) within 11.1 square miles, has a small-town lifestyle in the rolling, wooded terrain of southwest Denton County. Just six miles south of the city of Denton, on the eastern edge of the Chisholm Trail.
The homes in Argyle are mostly country estates with acreage or ranches. The average appraised home value in Argyle is $175,000. Argyle's housing ranges from modest frame homes on small lots to expensive custom homes on multiple acres. Situated within one of the largest concentrations of horse farms in the United State, it is quite common to drive past frolicking horses or to see catle or horses grazing peacfully. Most available lots are 1-2 acres, with many in the 5-10 or more acres suitable for farming or ranching. Several new subdivisions, currently under construction or in th eplanning stages, offer new home models or opportunities for custom homebuilding on smaller lots. There are many homes for sale in Argyle.
DFW International Airport, one of the world's largest airport, is a35-minute drive (21 miles) from Argyle and serves as a regional hub for daily national and international flights. Nearby Alliance Airport (15 miles away) offers an important cargo link for industry and commercial clients to and from national and international destinations. Alliance Airport is also home to the southwest regional hub for Federal Express.
Four counties in North Central Texas, including Denton County, accounted for 80% of all regional growth during 2006. Denton County is ranked in the top 25 fastest growing counties in the United States. Argyle, and the surrounding area, anticipates extremely high growth rates over the next 10 years.
For fishing, boating, and water sports, Lake Lewisville and Lake Grapevine are nearby, and other lakes are within close driving distance.