Garland, Texas is a suburban community located in Northeast Dallas County with a population of approximately 225,000. Garland ranks as the 12th largest in Texas and the 91st largest city nationwide. Garland is shares its borders with the cities of Rowlett, Sachse, Dallas, Mesquite and Richardson. With downtown Dallas less than 15 miles away, Garland has a suburban feel with Dallas easily in reach via the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) and other major roadways.
The median age of homes in Garland, TX is 24 years, with 61% of those homes owned, 32% rented and 6% not occupied. In 2016, 2413 Garland properties were sold with an median sales price of $166,000. The median household income in Garland is $51,758. Half the population of Garland commutes 24 minutes or more to work, with 74% of residents holding white collar jobs and 26% residents holding blue collar jobs.
In Garland, homebuyers will find a vast selection of housing options including Condos, Townhomes, Garden Homes to Single Family Homes. Home prices in Garland for single family homes range from $60,000 to $1,100,000.
Named after the U.S. Attorney General Augustus Hill Garland, The City of Garland, Texas has a rich history dating back to 1891 with the merging of two early settlements, Embree and Duck Creek. If you drive through Downtown Garland, you will find historic homes and a bustling downtown square with restaurants, shops and entertainment.
When you need to get out of the house and spend time in the great outdoors, Garland is the place to be. The Firewheel golf center offers three 18-hole golf courses. Firewheel Town Center, a Main Street-style shopping, dining and entertainment destination is located in Northeast Garland at the intersection of President George Bush Turnpike (190) and State Highway 78. If you love movies, you’ll find something for everyone at the AMC/IMAX 18 screen theatre in Firewheel Town Center. Looking for live entertainment, catch a Broadway musical at the Patty Granville Performing Arts Center or relax and enjoy the music with the Garland Symphone Orchestra. If you enjoy the water, the city offers Surf & Swim, a giant wave pool as well as three other city pools. Waterslide enthusiasts enjoy spending time at Hawaiian Falls located on North Garland Avenue near 190. Garland offers six recreation facilities, over 2,880 acres of parks, a nature preserve with walking trails including the Rowlett Creek Preserve, and the western shores of Lake Ray Hubbard for boating, fishing and watersports.
Garland Independent School District serves most of the city’s students. Garland ISD educates 57,000 students across 71 campuses, and it ranks as the 2nd largest school district in Dallas County. The remainder of Garland students are served by the Dallas, Mesquite and Richardson Independent School Districts. If you're a sports enthusiast, Garland ISD has 7 high schools with Friday night Fooball, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, Tennis and Swim Teams.
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