Three Reasons to Buy a Home in Rockwall, TX

Harbor lighthouseWhen people think of Texas, they usually think cowboys, rodeos and country music. But Texas is a diverse state with a rich cultural heritage across extremely rural areas to bustling urban cities.

One of the major hubs in Texas is the Dallas – Fort Worth metropolitan area. Home to the DFW airport, the Dallas Cowboys and Dealey plaza (the famed spot of JFK’s assassination)- this city boasts a thriving tourist trade and is rich in museums, architecture and nightlife. But city life isn’t for everyone- which make the surrounding suburbs desirable living spots for people looking to relocate to the area.

Rockwall, Texas is part of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Situated right on the banks of Lake Ray Hubbard, Rockwall is a bustling community named after a curious geological formation that resembles – you guessed it- a rock wall! Boasting a competitive real estate market, there are a variety of reasons Rockwall is a perfect place to purchase a home including:

  • Small town feel- with access to big city life. Rockwall is located a mere 30 minutes from downtown Dallas, making it easy to venture into the city to explore its famed museums, restaurants and activities.
  • Beautiful and historic downtown area that caters to families and singles alike.
  • The Harbor. Called “the waterfront experience” of north Texas, The Harbor is home to waterfront restaurants, a major movie theater, retail stores, festivals and special seasonal events.

Rockwall has many parks, a strong community culture and is a wonderful place to call home!

Terry Roberts
RE/MAX Landmark 972-771-7575
http://www.rmlandmarkhomes.com

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