Flower Mound Named Nation's 32nd 'Best Place to Live'
Flower Mound sounds like a whimsical location, and indeed it is. It is a town within Texas, found in both Denton and Tarrant County. The town is named after a large field of flowers that has continually grown in the area and has quite a value to the residents and visitors who wait each year to see the field come to full bloom. The rounded population is about 65,000 in Flower Mound, which offers a community of different backgrounds. The 12.5 acres of flower field bringing title to the tow…
Flower mound is a mid-size suburban area, which offers the city feel with access to all that is found in the Dallas/Fort Worth metro area. It still does not accept the title “city”, however, claiming itself to be the “Town of Flower Mound”, which features not a city hall but a town hall and town council. The area was first claimed by Native Americans as far back as 4,000 B.C., later reaching development by Europeans in the 1840’s, with 19th century settlement by Andrew Morris, David Kirkpatrick, and others – who are memorialized through the street signs in each neighborhood.
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Listing information last updated on June 19th, 2013 at 1:30pm CDT.