There is a large area that makes up Dallas County, TX, which includes Dallas, Fort Worth, and the Arlington metro area, which each contribute to a great unique style of the county that allows for great intrigue by those thinking of within Texas. During 2010, it was recorded that Dallas County held a population of 2,368,139, which makes this county the 9th most populous in the nation. Founded in 1846, the county was originally named in memoriam of George Miffin Dallas, the 11th of the U.S. Vice Presidents. Read more
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There are many cities and towns in Dallas County, which include Mesquite, Famers Branch, Cockrell Hill, Coppell, University Park, and many more. There are also many different historical communities such as Bird’s Fort, Duck Creek, Hatterville, Tripp, and Trinity Mills among many others.
Choosing a home within Dallas County will bring forth many great choices between historical and modern architecture, and various styles that include Tudor, Ranch, Estate, Craftsman and more. The families within Dallas County are evenly spread throughout the vast area of space and community, with annual, monthly, and even weekly events held within various communities – most of which are managed and well-maintained by a neighborhood association or homeowner’s association, depending on the community.
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