Addison Homes for Sale

Addison is in the central portion of the Far North Dallas region of Dallas, Texas. Its name used to be Peters Colony but had it changed in 1902 to honor postmaster Addison Robertson. In 1902, the city’s primary industry but with the recent urbanization of the Dallas – Fort Worth Metropolitan Area, Addison had greatly diversified. In 1953, Addison became an incorporated town. It officially changed its name to “Town of Addison” in 1982. Addison was renowned as “The Restaurant Capital of Texas” because it has more restaurants per capita than any other city in the state. Addison is also near all the attractions, sports, shopping, and airports in the DFW Metroplex.

The most common housing preference in Addison ranges from large apartment buildings; that make up half of the city’s residential supply. Others are smaller apartment buildings, a selection of single-family homes, bungalows, and single detached properties. Larger residential developments in the city were also developed during the 1990s. Typical home layouts in the region are quite modest, coming with one or two-bedroom layouts. These houses make up the housing options in the city’s heart with larger suburban options located in developments in surrounding areas. Renters make up almost three-quarters of the population while the rest are homeowners. Properties are not that cheap, yet it is reasonably priced. In case you might be interested in moving to Addison and require assistance and information, please contact me; I will be happy to assist you.

Market Overview

North Dallas Real Estate Market Report

Median Home Price

$400,000

Median Days on Market

70

Median Price Per Sqft

$197

Number of Households

8,689

Median Rent

$2,320

Home Ownership

19.6%

What's To Love

Addison is close to almost all the attractions, sports, national brand retailers, local boutiques, and airports in North Dallas. Residents enjoy easy access to a well-developed commercial area in the city center surrounded by family-friendly suburban neighborhoods.

What's Not To Love

Addison has an average of 2 inches of snow per year and an arid climate in summer, which may be too hot for your liking.

Is it for me?

Who is this community for

If you are looking to live in a diverse and educated community with an array of job opportunities, Addison is the best place for you. It is home to many young single professionals and couples who enjoy the bustling attractions with live entertainment levels at varying levels of class and sophistication. There are 180 restaurants, gastropubs, cafes, 16 parks, and three hiking trails available to individuals and families living in the city.

Find Your Home

Addison Homes for Sale

40
Active

$3,750,000

5656 Celestial Road

Addison, TX, 75254
Beds3Baths3.1SqFt7,196MLS#14575687
36
Active

$1,350,000

4819 Broadway Street

Addison, TX, 75001
Beds3Baths4.2SqFt4,100MLS#14645184
40
Active

$1,150,000

4821 Broadway Street

Addison, TX, 75001
Beds3Baths3.2SqFt3,148MLS#14649368
23
Active

$600,000

14999 Oak Street

Addison, TX, 75001
Beds3Baths3.1SqFt2,302MLS#14644702
12
Active

$555,000

14995 Oak Street

Addison, TX, 75001
Beds2Baths3.1SqFt2,167MLS#14612708
33
Active

$550,000

5055 Addison Circle 730

Addison, TX, 75001
Beds2Baths2.1SqFt2,460MLS#14656917
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Meet the locals

Who Lives in Addison

Population

15,907

Median Age

32.3

Median Household Income

$93,242

Has Bachelor's Degree or Higher

64.5%

Elderly Percentage

10.11%

Cost of Living Index

118.7

Entertainment

Things to do in Addison

Addison Circle Park

It is a special events site with over 10 acres of open space where artistic performances, active recreation, and other outdoor festivities are held.

Beckert Park

A quiet and scenic place, surrounded by Addison Circle District's high-rise buildings. Beckert Park is preferred by office workers to relax during lunch and is also a fantastic recreation space for residents in the area.

Vitruvian Park

A world-class park with a spring-fed lake and 19 acres of beautiful green spaces. The park serves as a venue for live performance, public art exhibits, and events such as Vitruvian Nights in the summer and Vitruvian Lights in the winter.

Cavanaugh Flight Museum

Cavanaugh Flight Museum displays artworks and artifacts dated from World War I through the Vietnam War. The museum continuously collects, keeps, and flies an impressive collection of aircraft and offers visitors the chance to ride warbirds.

Village on the Parkway

Fantastic place to hang out, indulge yourself with good food, shop, watch movies, and pamper yourself.

Education

Schools in Addison

School NameGradesAdmission
Greenhill SchoolK - 12Public
Trinity Christian AcademyPK - 12Public
George Bannerman Dealey MontessoriPK - 6Public
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