Addison Real Estate

With more than 170 restaurants, 22 hotels, over 9 million square feet of quality office space and its own airport, Addison is where Dallasites come for business and entertainment. \More than 100,000 people from across the entire North Texas Region work for the major corporations and small businesses that have found Addison an enticing city in which to base their headquarters.

A shopper’s delight, Addison is home to the renowned Dallas Galleria as well as numerous upscale strip shopping centers. For arts and entertainment, Addison offers the WaterTower Theatre, the Cavanaugh Flight Museum and Addison Circle Park. With all of its world class venues to choose from, the city has become famous for its special events including the annual North Texas Jazz Festival, Fork & Cork, Kaboom Town! Fourth of July firework show, and Addison Oktoberfest. There are special events in Addison on 29 separate weekends of every year.

Only about 13,000 of Addison’s 100,000+ daytime residents reside in Addison, and those fortunate few enjoy the convenience of being close to so many attractions. Residents are zoned to either the Dallas and Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISDs. All Addison residents may attend the new George H.W. Bush Elementary School in Addison, built in 2011 for Pre K through Grade 5 students. Addison is also home to the private Greenhill School and Trinity Christian Academy.

Addison - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Addison: $962,300 / County Avg $709,000


Avg Taxes in Addison: $17,500 / County Avg $9,200


Avg Sq. Ft. in Addison: 3,101 / County Avg 2,249


Avg Price per/sqft in Addison:$310 / County Avg $315


Avg Walkscore in Addison: 53 / County Avg 42


Avg Year Built in Addison: 2001 / County Avg 1984


Avg Days on Website in Addison: 83 / County Avg 63


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