For all the various cities found within Dallas County, Lancaster is one of the more thought of when it comes to moving for a better Texas life. Not that Lancaster is superior to the other great cities surrounding, but it definitely offers a great deal of charm to those that want something different from the suburban life, and still wish to enjoy all the great Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex amenities.
The city was first founded during 1852, later incorporated in 1866, becoming one of the first in Dallas County. It is said that the city is actually modeled after Lancaster, Kentucky, first surveyed and staked off by “Honest A” Bledsoe. In 1888, the Lancaster train depot was declared a Dallas and Waco line stop, with great growth following. The homes in the Southern part of Lancaster – which holds the bulk of the real estate – is quite affordable, demonstrating architecture of the past y…
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The city of Lancaster also falls into Ellis County, offering the amenities of that county as well. What makes Lancaster different is that it is more of a section of land with only a few houses, but those houses are the Texas homes that offer the most in comfort, privacy, and serenity.
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Listing information last updated on June 27th, 2017 at 2:02pm CDT.