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Arlington Central, Texas Real Estate

The real estate market in Central Arlington is composed of primarily single-family, detached homes in quiet suburban neighborhoods and gated communities with a good number of townhouse and condominium properties on the market as well. Homes in retirement communities are also available for purchase, as are waterfront properties near Lake Arlington. A three-bedroom, two-bath house ranges from just under $100,000 to about $200,000 depending on location. Slightly bigger properties with four bedrooms and three baths can be acquired for less than $200,000 to about $350,000. Larger estate properties near golf courses and boasting five-bedrooms and up are priced starting at less than $500,000. Prices for condominiums in the area range from about $70,000 for a two-bedroom, two-bath townhouse and can reach $160,000 for a three-bedroom unit with two and one half-baths. Empty lots of land are available for those who wish to construct their dream homes from custom designs. An acre of residential land can be bought for about $100,000.
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Central Arlington Real Estate Information in Texas

Central Arlington is comprised of several suburbs clustered in and around mid-Arlington, which lies on the Trinity River in Northern Texas. The community is located midway between Dallas and Fort Worth in Tarrant County. Central Arlington includes Pantego and Dalworthington Gardens neighborhoods and has a current resident population of approximately 60,000. Central Arlington consists of older, more established neighborhoods with many located on golf courses. Real estate options include single-family, detached homes, condominiums, townhouses and land lots for custom building.

Interstate 30 and Interstate 20 as well as Highway 360 are nearby, allowing convenient travel to and from neighboring cities. For those dependent on air travel for business or pleasure, Dallas/Fort Worth International and Fort Worth Meacham International airports are both less than 20 miles away. The economy within the neighborhood is well diversified and includes industries such as education, health and social services, manufacturing, retail trade, professional, scientific, management, administrative, and waste management services.

Residents who have children will find the proper educational amenities through the Arlington Independent School District. Those in pursuit of a degree in higher learning will find more than 11 local college and university campuses within the area, including the University of Texas at Arlington. There is a plethora of recreational opportunities to explore within the region as well, including museums, regional parks, amusement parks, dining, arts and culture. Some places of interest include the Arlington Museum of Art, Six Flags Over Texas and Wet-n-Wild Water Park. Arlington is also home to the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium and Rangers Ballpark, home of the Texas Rangers baseball team.

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