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Apartments in Carrollton, TX
There’s a reason the fun-filled city of Carrollton consistently makes “best” lists! This terrific location is adjacent to Lewisville Lake and Grapevine Lake in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Nearly 120,000 people have made this Texas city home – if you want to be one of them, start searching for Carrollton apartments today!
When you move to Carrollton, you’ll love having access to two popular lakes for boating, kayaking, paddle-boarding, and fishing. If you prefer to be “on the green,” then you’re in luck – Carrollton is home to one of the best public golf courses in the Dallas-Fort Worth area! Indian Creek Golf Club offers two unique 18-hole courses along the Trinity River.
First settled in 1842, Carrollton’s original colonists named their new home after their old one – Carrollton, Illinois. Much of the city’s early history can be explored at the A.W. Perry Homestead Museum. Perry and his wife, Sarah, came to the area from Carrollton, Illinois in 1844. They built a home on 640 acres in 1857 – that home was torn down, but much of the lumber was reused in the building of their son Dewitt’s home – he built the current house in 1909, on top of the old foundation.
After you’ve chosen your new apartment in Carrollton, you may find yourself spending quite a lot of time downtown! Historic Downtown Carrollton still retains much of its 1800 character, wrapping around a charming square and offering quaint boutiques and restaurants. Nearby Vista Ridge Mall provides even more shopping and dining.
Carrollton is just 20 miles north of downtown Dallas and 35 miles from downtown Fort Worth. Other nearby cities include Plano, Flower Mound, and Richardson. With its terrific location close to the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Brookhaven College, and Galleria Dallas, apartments in Carrollton put you at the heart of the Metroplex!
- Brookhaven College
- Dallas College of Oriental Medicine
- Parker College of Chiropractic
- Devry University Irving
- Southeastern Career Institute