Grapevine TX Homes For Sale

Considering homes for sale in Grapevine, Texas? You're not alone. Residents love that there's always something going on in this vibrant little town. Take a ride on an antique steam locomotive from the Cotton Belt Railroad Depot, or check out the new vintage release from one of Grapevine's wineries. The fact that this little city sits at the confluence of 7 major highways and enjoys top-notch schools is just icing on the cake for home buyers considering Grapevine.

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Grapevine Property Listings & Current Grapevine Real Estate Market Statistics April 20, 2024
101
Listed
43
Avg. DOM
$307.30
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$650,000
Med. List Price
101 Properties
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Why Consider Homes for Sale in Grapevine?

Located halfway between Dallas and Fort Worth, Grapevine's welcoming spirit stands out across the Metroplex. The charming shops, restaurants, and galleries that line Main Street are testaments to the fact that this little city has grabbed hold of its historic past and celebrates it with residents and visitors at every opportunity.

Grapevine TX Main Street

Downtown's Historic Main Street is home to the celebrations of Grapevine's history and welcoming spirit.
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Grapevine's Hometown Atmosphere

Perhaps you want to stroll down Grapevine's Main Street to see the restored Palace Arts Theatre, home of the Grapevine Opry. Be sure to check out Main Street's other historic buildings, which house all types of stores and galleries offering antiques, arts, and handcrafted items. You may even want to ride in an 1896 steam locomotive from Grapevine's Cotton Belt Railroad Depot or visit one of the nine Texas wineries in Grapevine.

Grapevine seems to host festivals and events almost every month. In April, the New Vintage Wine Trail showcases the new vintage releases from Grapevine's wineries. In May, Main Street Days celebrates the start of summer. July 4th is the Annual Fireworks Extravaganza Over Lake Grapevine.  GrapeFest, probably the best-known festival the city hosts, is held in September. Monarch butterflies migrate from Canada to Mexico through Grapevine in October, so the city invites guests to the annual Butterfly Flutterby... I could go on, and on. And on. But you get the idea. There's always something happening in Grapevine!

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Learn More About Living in Grapevine

City of Grapevine
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Map of Grapevine's Historic Housing Districts
Grapevine Parks and Recreation
Grapevine-Colleyville Schools

 

Grapevine Home Buyers Seek Quality Schools

A big draw for buyers looking at homes for sale in Grapevine is often the school districts that serve the area.  The Grapevine area schools are highly regarded locally, as well as ranked highly in state and national surveys. Most Grapevine homes are served by the highly ranked Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, while small portions of the homes for sale in Grapevine fall into the Carroll ISD, Lewisville ISD and the Coppell ISD boundaries.

Discovering Grapevine Real Estate

You can see why residents of Grapevine love this unique little town. Located just north of DFW International Airport and sitting at the confluence of 7 major highways, commuters find they have easy access to employment centers. Homebuyers always find a  nice selection of homes for sale in Grapevine, as the real estate in the city includes all architectural styles, property ages, and a good selection of housing price ranges.

When we moved to Grapevine we fell in love with the charm of Main Street. I guess that's kind of funny because the neighborhood in Grapevine we live in isn't even on that side of Highway 114. But there's still something about being a part of the activity in the city we love. And we do take advantage of being near the lake every weekend as part of a group that bikes the trails. The reason we looked at houses for sale in Grapevine to begin with is the schools. We still feel it's a great choice.

-Jim and Lacy Schultz
Homeowners in Grapevine's Saybrook Neighborhood

 

Character Homes & New Construction Homes in Grapevine

When it comes to the Grapevine housing market, there's plenty to get excited about. From historic downtown bungalows to new construction homes, the homes for sale in Grapevine offer an eclectic variety of options.  You'll even find a few homes with basements. Yes, basements in Texas!

Grapevine Property Types

While most Grapevine homes for sale are two stories, homebuyers usually have a nice selection of single story homes.  Houses with backyard pools are always popular.  Grapevine homes with 3 car garages or properties on oversized lots or acreage in Grapevine are much rarer.  So if you see a property with those features and you fall in love with it, don't think about it too long.

Home for sale in Grapevine's Glade Hill Neighborhood
Preowned home in Grapevine Neighborhood

The Charm & Curb Appeal of Grapevine Neighborhoods

Most traditional single-family homes are found in well-established Grapevine neighborhoods north and south of Highway 114 and east and west of 121. The homes for sale in Grapevine are often found in large subdivisions with several hundred homes. That's not to say there are not some smaller, more intimate Grapevine subdivisions- they're just less frequently found.  If there is a "typical" Grapevine home for sale, it would be a two story property built in the late 1980's to mid 1990's and be located in a nicely wooded neighborhood.

Some budget-friendly neighborhood options are available, often on the north side of Highway 114. Home buyers will also find newer executive and luxury homes scattered throughout Grapevine.  Those newer homes are often smaller additions, as large tracts of land have not been available for development in Grapevine for years.

Relocating to Grapevine

If you're considering relocating to Grapevine, TX, download our free Homebuyers Guide.  It may answer some of your questions and help you discover some things you hadn't even considered when buying a home for sale in Grapevine.

Local Grapevine Real Estate Agents

If you'd like to see if Grapevine homes for sale offer just the right property for you, give me a call. I'd love to tell you about the available options. As a local Realtor®, I'm well versed in the area and happy to share what I know about Grapevine real estate choices and show you around the area.

Cindy Allen, Grapevine Realtor
About the Author

After 30 years working for well-known real estate firms, Cindy wanted a better way to do business for her clients. With the creation of DFWmoves, Cindy can tailor services specifically for each client, giving them the personalized approach they deserve.  Her knowledge and no-pressure approach has led to her being voted a Top Favorite real estate agent by readers of the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram, recognition as a Top Agent by Top Producers Magazine, and inclusion as a Top Realtor by Ft. Worth Magazine.  You'll also see Cindy quoted in national publications like the Redfin and Realtor. com blogs.
                 

Grapevine Texas Home for Sale, 76051

Grapevine home owners live in Tarrant County. While 76051 is the main Grapevine zip code, a small section of Northern Grapevine is in the 76092 zip code boundary. There are other zip codes for Grapevine, but they are not residential single family home areas. 

City of Grapevine GeoCoordinates:

-97.07849766718365
32.93966843112421