Grapevine Real Estate
Visitors can enjoy shopping, dining, wineries, museums, nightlife, sports, spas and outdoor adventures—without ever leaving Grapevine. On Historic Grapevine Main Street are than 80-locally owned restaurants, boutiques, jewelry stores, visit winery tasting rooms and art galleries. Tourists can hop on the Grapevine Vintage Railroad, shop at Grapevine Mills Mall, visit Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, enjoy a performance at the Grapevine Opry Show or learn more about the history of Grapevine at Nash Farm. Outdoor enthusiasts can explore one of the city's many hiking trails, picnic in a neighborhood park, or take in some fun on the water at Lake Grapevine. Grapevine has also earned its reputation as headquarters of the Texas wine industry; it is home to many winery tasting rooms and host to GrapeFest®, the largest wine festival in the Southwest.
A fortunate few have the opportunity to live in the place so many come to play. Some of the reasons why Grapevine real estate is so desirable are the quality neighborhoods, convenient access, and highly acclaimed school district. Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, a K-12 public school system boasts 11 National Blue Ribbon Schools, and is committed to transforming its culture to provide the foundation that today’s 21st Century learners will need to be successful now and in life beyond high school.
Grapevine Listings Summary
Grapevine - Town vs. County Stats
Avg Price in Grapevine: $580,300 / County Avg $523,400
Avg Taxes in Grapevine: $8,400 / County Avg $8,000
Avg Sq. Ft. in Grapevine: 2,652 / County Avg 2,506
Avg Price per/ft2 in Grapevine: $219 / County Avg $209
Avg Walkscore in Grapevine: 40 / County Avg 34
Avg Year Built in Grapevine: 1987 / County Avg 1991
Avg Days on Website in Grapevine: 72 / County Avg 62