345 Arbor Court Euless TX 76039

Living in Euless, known as "Tree City USA," is a city in Tarrant County, Texas, United States, and a suburb of Fort Worth. Euless is part of the Mid-Cities between Dallas and Fort Worth.

Nestled in the heart of Euless TX this beautifully maintained home is the perfect location for travel, fun and family. Located within walking distance to the new Bear Creek Riverwalk,  Euless Water Park and minutes from DFW International Airport who could ask for anything more?

Beautiful Open Concept
3 Bedroom ` 2.5 Bath home in Arbor Glen Euless, TX
For Lease!

345 Arbor Court Euless TX 76039
Front yard Maintained by HOA ~ Zero maintenance back yard.

Two way wood burning fireplace

Beautiful open kitchen looking on to the fire!

Fantastic layout for entertaining

Huge Master Suite

Beautifully updated bath

So much more!!! You just have to see this home!!!

 More about Euless

The Riverwalk! site, in Euless, Tarrant County, Texas, consists of approximately 200 acres located at the northwest corner of State Highway 183 and State Highway 360. The site is the largest undeveloped tract in the City of Euless and the topography is generally conducive to development. It occupies a central location relative to job centers and cultural venues in Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, the DFW Airport as well as other points in the DFW Metroplex.
The land uses surrounding the site consist predominately of higher density housing to the north and the west, the DFW Airport to the east, and a mix of commercial, industrial and
residential uses to the south across SH 183. Virtually the entire site is subject to an Aviation Easement for the DFW Airport. Although several large tracts within the area bounded by the state highways, Harwood Road, and FullerWiser Rd,

Lennar Homes buys land in Euless Riverwalk project 

The national home builder Lennar Corp. has bought 13 more acres in the Bear Creek Riverwalk development in Euless. Last year, Lennar bought 55 acres in Bear Creek Riverwalk, at the northwest corner of Airport Freeway and Texas 360. Lennar is building 200 homes there and calling the development Dominion at Bear Creek. The company said it will build about 60 homes on the newly acquired land. Construction won’t begin until 2015, the company said. “We are very pleased with the positive response to our Dominion at Bear Creek Development, and we are happy to expand our commitment to this community,” Greg Urech, Lennar’s vice president of land and acquisitions, said in a statement. Lennar bought the land from Stratford Land, which started Bear Creek Riverwalk, a residential and commercial development, in 2011 when it bought 194 acres from a California group that had owned the land since 1993. Stratford said it will begin the commercial development when more homes are built. About 70 acres are set aside for commercial development of shops and restaurants. When completed, Riverwalk will have about 480 single-family homes, 250 town homes and about 500 apartments. Andrew Prine of Stratford Group and Tim Coltart of Realty Capital Management brokered the latest deal.

Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/news/business/biz-columns-blogs/sandy-baker/article3862669.html#storylink=cpy

The all new Euless Family Life Center Aquatic Park a.k.a. EFLAP is now open for the summer. It features a lazy river, thrill slides, zero-depth entry with a splash structure, shade structures, concession/entry building and much more. Vouchers for summer swim passes are on sale now at the front counter of the recreation center. For more information, please call 817-685-1666.
[Outdoor Aquatic Center]
Midway Park
300 W. Midway Dr.
Euless, Texas 76039


The Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD has been named the #1 school district in
Texas by Education Resource Group for the last six years using its
“bang for the buck” formula of student performance and financial
efficiency. Founded in 1958, HEB ISD’s rich history of excellence
is demonstrated today through International Baccalaureate,
Asian languages, Spanish Immersion, Core Knowledge
Pre-K, and sister schools in China and India. These
international programs provide HEB ISD students a
world-class education that prepares them to compete
in a global economy.

The District is recognized across the state and
nationwide for its superior curriculum, low
teacher-student ratios, and a singular focus on instructional spending. This fine-tuned combination consistently makes HEB ISD the district of choice for families who want their children to have an academic edge.

HEB ISD is rich with diversity, which gives the district a distinctly international flavor. Students come from homes where more than 60 different native languages are spoken. These include children from Pakistan, the Sudan, Mexico, India, Vietnam, and South Korea. The HEB community has one of the largest Tongan populations outside of the South Pacific.  
Girl with Chinese Flash CardPreparing children to compete on a global stage takes a concerted effort. Every department, campus, and teacher works to support student achievement. Everyone must work together to prepare each student for the future, but in the end, it is students' responsibility to take charge of their learning. Teachers have high expectations for their students, and they will give them the resources to take ownership of their education.

This cultural environment provides students with the ability to interact on a global level, in the comfort of a school setting. When HEB students attend college with students from around the world, they will already have the experience of working with international peers. This prior experience will give them an added advantage in school and on the job.

Bell IB BoyIn addition to a rich student life experience, HEB ISD offers a variety of international programs to help students prepare for living in a global economy. Elementary Spanish Immersion, junior high Hindi and Mandarin languages, and high school International Baccalaureate are only a few of the unique academic enrichment opportunities available.
The District benefits from a strong relationship with the three municipalities, Tarrant County College, the HEB Chamber of Commerce, HEB Economic Development Foundation, HEB Education Foundation, Rotary Club of HEB, and local businesses and volunteers. Community support is an essential part of the HEB ISD success story.

Giving students that extra “edge” is not new in HEB. In 1958, three cities consolidated their school districts to form the Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD. This was the first of many forward-thinking, visionary actions taken in order to provide a unique education found only in HEB ISD. After 50 years of academic excellence, the District is well positioned to continue offering an unmatched education to all students.


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a place to call Home! 


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