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Whitesboro TX Real Estate & Homes for Sale

Whitesboro is a city on the western edge of Grayson County, located an hour northwest of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Originally known as Wolfpath, the city is named for its founder, U.S. Army Captain Ambrose B. White, who arrived in the area in 1848. His Westview Inn was part of the Butterfield Overland Mail route from 1858 to the route’s closure in 1861. The name Whitesborough was used from 1860, when its post office was established, to 1887, when the last three letters were dropped from its current name.

Whitesboro Homes for Sale July 17, 2024
53
Listed
88
Avg. DOM
$359.53
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$419,000
Med. List Price
53 Properties
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4
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
5,533
Sq.Ft.
2007
Year Built
167
Days on Site
20520306
MLS
$5,750,000
Neighborhood: G-0131 - BRATTON JOSEPH A-G0131
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
4,134
Sq.Ft.
2011
Year Built
181
Days on Site
20510641
MLS
$3,900,000
Neighborhood: bridges
6
Beds
4F21/2
Baths
4,469
Sq.Ft.
2010
Year Built
342
Days on Site
20405454
MLS
$3,300,000
Neighborhood: E D Webster Surv Abs #1326
3
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
4,001
Sq.Ft.
2009
Year Built
51
Days on Site
20621988
MLS
3
Beds
2
Baths
2,268
Sq.Ft.
2007
Year Built
167
Days on Site
20525500
MLS
4
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
5,533
Sq.Ft.
2007
Year Built
167
Days on Site
20523183
MLS
$2,800,000
Neighborhood: 3 parcels
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
3,105
Sq.Ft.
2017
Year Built
90
Days on Site
20592667
MLS
$2,300,000
Neighborhood: G-0477 Graham T W A-G0477/ Acres 25.756
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,675
Sq.Ft.
2020
Year Built
118
Days on Site
20558555
MLS
$1,895,000
Neighborhood: Morrison Joseph
3
Beds
2
Baths
3,213
Sq.Ft.
2001
Year Built
117
Days on Site
20565264
MLS
$1,375,000
Neighborhood: Puryear
4
Beds
3
Baths
3,449
Sq.Ft.
2005
Year Built
227
Days on Site
20483659
MLS
$1,085,000
Neighborhood: Sunrise Acres
4
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,610
Sq.Ft.
2021
Year Built
19
Days on Site
20649380
MLS
3
Beds
3
Baths
2,810
Sq.Ft.
2003
Year Built
50
Days on Site
20628667
MLS
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Homebuyers considering Whitesboro have a wide range of options available, from modest homes perfect for the first-time owner, to magnificent ranches with equine facilities. Homesteaders have plenty of lots to choose from to build their dream home, from under one acre to nearly 400 acres. Market prices in Whitesboro range from the high $70s to the low seven-figures. The current median property value is $99,200.

Living in Whitesboro

Nearly 3,900 call Whitesboro their home among the bluebonnets, including another military hero, Robert L. Delashaw. Serving in the U.S. Army Air Corps in Europe during WWII, Delashaw rose in the ranks from private to colonel, and led the 405th Fighter-Bomber Group during the Normandy Invasion. He would later retire from service as a major general in the U.S. Air Force.

The average commute time to and from Whitesboro is 23.2 minutes according to DataUSA.io. Public transit is scant at best, so having a car (or two, the average number in the city) is a must for getting around town and beyond.

Whitesboro is surrounded on all sides by unincorporated land. The nearest town is Sadler, located to the northeast just off of U.S. 82, the east-west corridor of Whitesboro. Intersecting with north-southbound U.S. 377, the two major roads connect the city to Sherman, Gainsville, Denton, Texas, and Ada, Oklahoma.

Major employers in Whitesboro include: the City of Whitesboro, Texas Manufacturing Company, and Whitesboro ISD.

Whitesboro Parks and Attractions

Whitesboro’s Parks and Recreation Department hosts an annual art show every spring, the Shauney P. Lucas Community Art Show. The art show draws hundreds to view the dozens of artists and pieces in various mediums, most from the city and surrounding area. The department also has a full calendar of events open to one and all throughout the year.

Outside of Whitesboro, residents can visit the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge throughout the year to hike, fish, hunt, and observe nature. There’s also an audio auto route tour of the refuge, which is definitely a plus during the hot summer months. Hagerman is within the confines of the Central Flyway, a north-south migratory route passing over the Great Plains from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.

Directly north of Whitesboro is Lake Texoma, one of the largest reservoirs in the United States. The lake is a popular spot for boating, fishing, and swimming, drawing over six million to the water annually. There are several small islands within Lake Texoma, which are only accessible by watercraft, as well as the submerged town of Woodville, Oklahoma, which saw the sky for the first time in 2011 during a severe drought.

Schools in Whitesboro

For new residents with school-age children making Whitesboro home, the town is within the jurisdiction of Whitesboro Independent School District, which extends into neighboring Cooke County. The ISD has one primary, one intermediate, one middle, and one high school. Whitesboro High School has one of the finest debate teams in Texas, while its football team broke an 84-year-long playoff drought in 2011, having begun at the program’s inception in 1936.