Colleyville, Texas

Real Estate and Community Information


Colleyville Texas is a midsize suburb of the Dallas-Fort Worth area. This suburb has a population of about 22,000 residents according to the 2010 census. This is considered an affluent suburb, therefore the homes are typically kept up meaning that it is very likely that the property values here will only continue to rise; protecting your new investment. Colleyville is a great place to begin your adult life, raise a family or enjoy the empty nest and retirement. Colleyville attracts families from far and wide because of the outstanding school system, parks and recreational facilities, and friendly residents. This is all set in a peaceful neighborhood setting that is just minutes away from all that Dallas-Ft Worth has to offer. 

Where it Started

Colleyville was originally a settlement on the Cotton Belt Route. At this time, it was known as Bransford, one of many smaller settlements in the area. In 1880 a prominent doctor, Dr. Lilburn Colley settled down and built the home that he would reside in. A few years later, another prominent resident built a grocery store close to the historic home and introduced the idea to name the town after the first person who put the town on the map: Dr. Colley, which is how it became Colleyville, as we know it today.

Educational System

The educational system in Colleyville starts with preschool and ends with various types of colleges in and around the Dallas-Ft Worth area. Starting with public schools, the Colleyville-Grapevine combined school district operates neighborhood oriented elementary and middle schools while the two area high schools serve the entire area. Colleyville Covenant Christian Academy offers private education to kids in grades Pre-K all the way to high school graduation.

After high school, most students who are alumni of the local schools will go on to attend some type of higher learning. Dallas-Ft. Worth has a wide variety of post secondary education opportunities close to home including the Art Institute, ITT Technical Institute, many two-year community and city colleges and Texas A&M School of Law. Every major and every desired career path can be achieved right here around the area of Colleyville, there is no need to pursue secondary education in another state or far from home. Many students even earn various scholarships, grants and awards to attend their local colleges.

Golfing

Golf is a way of life in Colleyville, just look at some of the people who were raised here. People like Hunter Mann, Ryan Palmer and Chad Campbell are all natives to Colleyville and are now, or used to be, part of the iconic PGA tour. In all, there are 10 country clubs in and around Dallas-Ft Worth and the Colleyville area. This way, you can choose where and when you play and the club that you play at. Golf is a fun way to relax and exercise while socializing with friends and associates in a casual setting.

Parks and Recreation

Colleyville has a bit of everything in its parks department. There are nature parks and trails for those who just want to hike or bike through nature or there are parks with playgrounds for those who want their children to play and there are parks with sports fields for various games and practices for both casual teams who are just wanting to play for the day or formal little league and co-rec teams. There are also pavilions residents can rent to host family gatherings, celebrations or parties. The red pavilion will hold up to 100 people to accommodate virtually any party.

On top of multiple parks located throughout the suburb, the parks department is also charged with supervising various sports teams and events. Youth leagues from football to baseball for the boys and volleyball for the girls are available as well as adult, co-rec teams in most sports. For more information on the youth sports opportunities available through the Colleyville parks and recreation department, go to www.colleyville.com.


Notable People

Colleyville is home to many notable people in addition to many golfers on the PGA tour. For instance, pop star Demi Lovato was originally from Colleyville as well as Texas Ranger outfielder Josh Hamilton, former MLB player Rafael Palmeiro, NFL quarterback Christian Palmer and DeMarkus Ware of the Dallas Cowboys. Colleyville is proud of the impressive alumnus that has come out of the suburb, as they should be. There are not many small suburban towns that can create as much talent that Colleyville has.

If you have considered relocating to a rural, affluent suburb in the Lone Star State, then consider Colleyville. Here you will enjoy well-manicured properties and high-end homes combined with world-class golfing, exceptional schools and a parks and rec department that cannot be beat. Come home today to Colleyville. Contact Dee Evans today through email or phone and she will get started on finding the perfect home in this wonderful community.

Dee Evans
Dee Evans
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