Flower Mound Texas 75022 and 75028 | Weichert, Realtors Classic 972-544-6400
The Town of Flower Mound is 40.9 square miles of heavily wooded hills on the shores of Lake Grapevine in south
central Denton County, the fastest growing county in Texas. Flower Mound is located just 15 minutes from either DFW
International Airport, the third busiest airport in the world, or Alliance Airport, the nation's first industrial airport.
With a population of more than 62,000, Flower Mound is the tenth fastest growing community in the United States in its population
category, having grown 230.4% over the past 10 years. The town, however, has a comprehensive Smart-growth
management plan that has encouraged controlled growth.
Average household income is $116,374. Average age of the Flower Mound resident is 33.1.
For shopping, Flower Mound is located only minutes away from Grapevine Mills mall in Grapevine with more than 1.5
million square feet of retail space and Vista Ridge Mall in Lewisville with over 160 stores.
Flower Mound is served by Lewisville ISD, but a small portion in the western part of the town is served by Denton ISD
and Northwest ISD. Higher education is available at more than 35 institutions within easy commuting distance. More
than 72% of the adult population of Flower Mound has some higher education.
For those interested in sports, Flower Mound offers municipal and private golf courses such as Bridlewood Golf Club,
tennis, swimming, and other team sports. For fishing, boating, and water sports, Flower Mound residents enjoy Lake
Grapevine and Lake Lewisville or the many other area lakes that are within close driving distance. Flower Mound has 33
public parks with more than 454 acres.
The Town of Flower Mound is a beautiful North Central Texas town and is one of the top ten fastest-growing
communities in the United States. Flower Mound’s low tax rate, excellent school system, safe neighborhoods, and a
quality of life hard to find in any community, make it one of the premier cities in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex to live
and raise a family.
The population of Flower Mound has grown from 15,527 in 1990 to an estimated 62,434 in 2001, with a 4% growth
annualized in last 5 years. Flower Mound’s location – in close proximity to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and
Alliance Airport, at the heart of the “golden triangle” – and development-ready land, has contributed to this phenomenal
The vision of Flower Mound is to preserve its unique country atmosphere, heritage and quality of life, while cultivating a
dynamic economic environment.
Flower Mound is named after a prominent, 12.5-acre mound once covered with blue stem grasses and a variety of
indigenous flowers. Historians believe the mound was a sacred ceremonial ground used by Wichita Indians dating back
to the early 1800s. This unusual piece of land, located near the intersection of FM 3040 and FM 2499, is now a
Flower Mound is situated at the south edge of Denton County, Texas. The town is 23 miles northwest of Dallas, 28
miles northeast of Fort Worth and five miles north of DFW International Airport, making it “ten minutes from anywhere in
Flower Mound is located in Denton County, the fastest-growing county in the State of Texas. The county is 957 square
miles of mostly rolling hills. The county’s three lakes cover more than 69 square miles.
The town consists of a young, rapidly growing and affluent populace. Over 72 percent of the adult population has had
Annually, more than 1,100 building permits are issued for new single-family homes, priced from $115,000 to $500,000.
Existing housing is available from the 100’s to over $2.3 million.
The estimated number of single-family housing units in 2001 was 15,499 and the number of multi-family units was 660.
An additional 3,807 lots are currently zoned and projected for residential development.
Located between Lake Grapevine and Lewisville Lake, and blessed with heavily wooded hills, panoramic views, and an
abundance of creeks and shorelines, Flower Mound offers unlimited recreational and leisure activities. Home to two
nationally recognized golf courses, Tour 18 and Bridlewood, and only minutes from Grapevine Mills Mall, featuring more
than 250 outlet stores, an ice rink, and a 30-screen theater, residents and visitors have numerous entertainment
More than ten miles of nationally recognized multipurpose trails connect parks and neighborhoods, and provide citizens
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