Beautiful home in highly desired location. Minutes from HWY 360 and HWY 20. This 3 bed 2 bath home features an open floor plan, large kitchen and is perfect for entertaining! Formal dining room can also be used as study. Split bedrooms, 2 living areas. Large master bath, oversize tub, separate shower, his and her sinks and large WIC. Move in ready. Welcome home!
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Last Updated: Mar 29th, 2021. Source: NTREIS
Arlington is a city in Texas, west of Dallas. It's home to the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), whose campus has a modern planetarium. In River Legacy Parks, trails cut through hardwood forest rich in wildlife. The park also has the River Legacy Living Science Center, with aquariums, terrariums and interactive exhibits. The Dallas Cowboys football team plays at AT&T Stadium, which also hosts concerts.
By 1925 the city's population was estimated at 3,031—well under the population of Dallas and Fort Worth at the time. In 1929, a horse-racing track called Arlington Downs was constructed by W.T. Waggoner close by to the speakeasy. Gambling was still illegal, but people were making bets regardless. Waggoner and his sons campaigned to make parimutuel betting legal, and in 1933 the state issued its first legal gambling permit to Arlington Downs. The track was immensely profitable at that point, making a daily average of $113,000 before inflation with a daily attendance average of 6,700 people. At the end of the 1937 season, the state legislature repealed their parimutuel gambling laws, and the Downs were sold to commercial developers.
In the 1940s, the Arlington Downs was used as a rodeo and event venue. Top O' Hill Terrace evaded the police until 1947, when famous Texas Ranger M. T. "Lone Wolf" Gonzaullas caught the gambling operation in full-swing and had the place shut down. The 1940s brought World War II to the forefront of the United States, and many families from around Texas moved to Arlington to find jobs. Before World War II, the city's population had grown to over 4,000. The war kick-started a manufacturing revolution in Texas. Arlington was between the biggest aerospace engineering hubs in Texas at the time, Dallas and Fort Worth.
Patty was born in Garland, Texas but grew up in Maryland. She got her first taste of real estate while working in the mortgage industry for several years. As most Texans do, Patty eagerly returned home to the Dallas area in 2012, later settling in and starting her own family in Plano while pursuing a successful career as a litigation consultant, helping attorneys and their teams with vital case matters. With a solid background in litigation, involvement with legal contracts and negotiations, coupled with her mortgage industry experience, Patty easily transitioned into the challenging and ever-changing world of real estate. Patty states that her biggest rewards as a Realtor come from the daily opportunities she’s given to walk alongside and guide families as they make one of the most important steps and biggest purchases of their lives; “It’s an honor and a privilege to share this with my clients”. When she is not ensuring that you have the right information, the best representation, and giving you peace of mind along the way - you will find Patty enjoying her free time supporting her children’s sports activities, volunteering at church, trying new recipes or taking adventurous road trips with her family. Patty is fluent in English and Spanish.
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