Not Your Average Rodeo
The city of Dallas has many beautiful towns and suburbs surrounding it. Among the top of these is popular Mesquite. About 35 miles east of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Mesquite is home to the world famous Mesquite ProRodeo. Once a small railroad town, the city was founded in 1878 and the land was predominately used for cotton farming, as well as sugar, corn, and hay. That is, until the end of the 1950s, when two things happened. In 1958 the Mesquite ProRodeo was established and a year later Mesquite opened Big Town Mall, the country’s first air-conditioned shopping mall. It didn’t take long before people took notice of the next big city. Today, more than 140,000 residents proudly call Mesquite home.
Most schools in Mesquite are served by Mesquite Independent School District, which is comprised of 46 campuses: thirty-two elementary schools, eight middle schools, five high schools and Mesquite Academy, the alternative school on Motley Drive. A small portion of the city is served by Dallas ISD, and some attend the private Dallas Christian School.
There are more than a dozen neighborhoods within Mesquite for you to consider while searching for your new home. Some of the most popular include Pasadena Gardens, Falcon’s Ridge, Rollingwood Hills, and Pecan Creek.
If you’re considering a move to Dallas, or are relocating for work, there’s no better home and community resource than The Dream Connectors. Together, Sylvia Seabolt and her mother Gale have decades of experience in the Southeast Dallas real estate market. Sylvia was the 2013 Texas Chapter of Women’s Council of REALTORS® President, and is currently serving on the National Executive Committee and as the Region 9 Vice President for Women’s Council of REALTORS®. A resident of Rowlett, Sylvia loves spending time with her family on Lake Ray Hubbard. For expert advice on communities and schools in southeast Dallas, contact The Dream Connectors today at 972-226-1900 or email Sylvia directly for a quick response!
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