Going amazingly with the name of the city, Grapevine is a city with a touch of wild, beautiful nature mixed with a historic streak. Located in the Tarrant County, neighbor to Coppell, TX, the city has more than 43,000 people living here.
The city of Grapevine enjoys a nice and humble history. Sam Houston and other Texas Commissioners camped out at Grape Vine Springs in 1843 in order to meet with the leaders of some Indian nations. The end of this meeting was a contract of “peace, friendship, and commerce” – which effectively paved way for some people to start calling the area their home. As the city is located near the Grape Vine Prairie, it was then called Grapevine. The historic humbleness of the city can be seen almost tangibly – no wonder Grapevine was termed as one of America’s Best Places to Live in 2007 by CNNMoney.com!
In the city, you will enjoy a very town-like experience. Some of the places that add to its historic and small town ambience are mostly located on Main Street such as old train station and the statue near it, the City Hall, the old jail built in 1909, the Torian Log Cabin, and like places and landmarks.
If you’re the one to enjoy living in places that are urban but still maintain a classical touch, Grapevine is the perfect place to live in. People moving here can gladly consider themselves lucky! Ameritex Grapevine Movers would be more than happy to assist you on your move, be it moving in to Grapevine, TX, within the city’s neighborhoods, or out of the city to another city in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
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