When the Denton County city of Lewisville was officially incorporated in 1925, the government’s first ordinances regulated medicine shows and set speed limits for automobiles at 18 mph. But it’d already been a bustling town with a gristmill, several cotton gins, and two saloons. With many of its original structures still standing, downtown Lewisville, called Old Town, bustles today with shopping, dining, and entertainment venues, including a 1.5-acre urban park and the Medical Center of Lewisville Grand Theater. Today the city has approximately 106,000 residents, one of the largest suburbs we’ve covered in this Suburb Sunday series. Here are three great homes we found in Lewisville that could be perfect for your family.
Address: 2324 Round Mountain Circle, Lewisville
- 5 bedrooms, 4 and a half baths
- 4,650 square feet
- Listed by Anne Berlin of Compass RE Texas
This Castle Hills two-story home built by Highland Homes has upgrades and extras you’ll love: A whole house water filtration system, wine cooler, wet bar upstairs in the game room, and an ice machine (that makes the good ice) in the utility room. Plus, custom gray paint, but not that boring gray you see in every flipped house in town. This is a rich greige that sets this home apart from others in the luxury amenity-packed Castle Hills neighborhood.
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Address: 651 The Lakes Blvd., Lewisville
- 3 bedrooms, 2 and half baths
- 2,865 square feet
- Listed by Sally Esposito of Ebby Halliday – Willow Bend Plano
Speaking of Castle Hills, this two-story, three-bedroom home is proof that little updates make all the difference. Roman shades, simple sleek fireplace, clean white cabinets, and freshly stained floors — these extras make this home in The Lakes neighborhood feel immaculate and modern.
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Address: 2785 Ithaca Place, Lewisville
- 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
- 1,685 square feet
- Listed by Sandon Smith of Keller Williams Realty Dallas Preston Road
On the other side of Lewisville near Vista Ridge Mall sits this upgraded 2018-built Pulte home in the Willowbrook neighborhood. The open floor plan feels incredibly spacious as the kitchen, dining, and living areas all converge with still more open space in the middle of the great room.