4 apartments for rent in Northwest Carrollton, Carrollton, TX

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3620 Huffines Blvd, Carrollton, TX 75010
$900 - $2,541 | 1 - 3 Beds

(972) 536-2333

Updated 1 day ago
1220 Indian Run Dr, Carrollton, TX 75010
$875 - $8,395 | 1 - 3 Beds

(469) 289-4970

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4025 Huffines Blvd, Carrollton, TX 75010
$860 - $2,011 | 1 - 3 Beds

(972) 536-2060

Updated 2 weeks ago
1152 Indian Run Dr, Carrollton, TX 75010
$1,600 | 3 Beds
Updated 2 weeks ago


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Northwest Carrollton Neighborhood in Carrollton, TX

Northwest Carrollton Neighborhood

Northwest Carrollton is located a short 25 minutes from Dallas (about 16 miles,) in Denton County zip code 75010. The western boundary of the area is Stemmons Freeway. The southern boundary lies slightly north of the North President George Bush Turnpike. The eastern boundary is Old Denton Road.

This part of Carrollton is arguably the most prestigious. The styles of the homes in this part of Carrollton include Darling Homes, custom, Mediterranean villa style , stucco Italianate or traditional style buildings. Many houses in this neighborhood are on lots of a quarter or third of an acre. Some of them are in gated communities such as the Gates of Preston Wood. Most of these structures are relatively new, having been built within the last 10 years.

Residents can enjoy the 6.626 acres of Indian Creek Branch Park that was developed through the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. The park has walking paths, benches, a barbecue grill, a picnic pavilion, picnic tables, a playground and even a fishing pier. Parking is also available. The Indian Creek Golf Club is also in this area.

There are many restaurants in this part of Carrollton, including Korean, Tex-Mex, Southern, Italian, Latin, several types of Asian cuisine, fast food, sweets, including frozen custard, donuts and other treats, pizza, and even one fine dining restaurant.

Residents can also enjoy music performances of the Carrollton Wind Symphony, a volunteer symphonic band that was originally founded as the Carrollton Community Band in 1995. The group presents four yearly concerts at St. Andrew Methodist Church.

Nature lovers can head to the Elm Fork Nature Preserve. The City of Carrollton received 40 acres of land for the preserve in 1986. It is an undisturbed and self contained eco-system with trails for walking and hiking. It is open every day of the year from dusk to dawn.

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