Euless Real Estate

A suburb of Forth Worth in Tarrant County, Euless, Texas, is best known as being home to parts of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, which serves the surrounding regions around Dallas and Fort Worth. Euless has a total area of 16.3 square miles and was measured in July 2008 to be home to a population of around 52,500, an increase since the 2000 census of more than 14%.

The city is named after Elisha Adam Euless, a Tennessee native who moved here in 1867 and bought 170 acres of land. He started the city's first cotton gin and community center on his property. Today, residents of Euless are measured to have a median household income of around $60,000, up by nearly $10,000 since the 2000 census. Home values in the city measure in with a median of around $145,750, up by nearly $50,000 since 2000.

Most of the children in the city are served by the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District, with has eight elementary schools, two junior high school and one high school located in the school. Some children also attend schools in the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District. The 10 largest employers in Euless include, in order, Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District, LSG Sky Chefs, the city of Euless, Autogrill Group, Beall Concrete , Target, Life Outreach International, TJ Lambrecht Construction, Home Depot and Lowes, all with at least 130 employees.

The nearest hospital from Euless is just four miles away in Bedford. The city's local parks include Blessing Branch, Bob Eden, Heritage, J.A. Carr, Kiddie Carr, Lakewood, McCormick, Midway and Reflection parks, and it is also home to several larger ones: The Parks at Texas Star, which makes up 120 acres, and the Preserve at McCormick Park. Euless also has the Texas Star Golf Course, the Dr Pepper StarCenter and the Softball World at Texas Star venue.