About Southlake

This affluent suburb balances small town feel with all the amenities of big city living through forward-thinking plans. Southlake’s unique character is promoted through attention to urban design details and community aesthetics, along with balanced development, attractive landscaping, and pedestrian friendly streets and pathways. The city has smartly paired with private entities to create Southlake Town Square housing the town hall and post office along with what has become a very well-known shopping, dining, and entertainment area.

If you are not enjoying an electric Friday night lights experience at Dragon Stadium or top-quality golf at Timarron Country Club, then there are numerous quality parks encompassing hundreds of acres and one of the largest Tennis Centers in DFW. Like many Texas communities there are a wide variety of home types and price ranges emerging from mostly planned communities. In general, homes in Southlake cost more than the average and belong to the exemplary Southlake Carroll ISD. Currently there is no multi-family development in Southlake. Proximity to the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport also makes it popular with frequently travelling executives.