Melissa Homes for Sale
Real Estate in Melissa Texas
As with many of the surrounding communities, Melissa was first established with a post office and was home to the Houston and Texas railroad, a huge draw for many of Melissa’s first settlers. Read on below the listings to learn more about Melissa.
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NTREIS data last updated May 21, 2022.
More About Melissa, TX
As with many towns in the greater rings of Dallas, Texas, the small town of Melissa has seen exponential growth in both residential and commercial development over the past several years. A huge perk to the city is it’s easy freeway access, with Interstate 75, State Highway 5 as well as 121/Sam Rayburn Highway running directly through town which allows for optimum commuting accessibility as well as limitless travel to explore all Texas has to offer.
Students who call Melissa home will attend schools within the Melissa Independent School District, one of the highest-rated districts within the area. The district has also seen growth as more students move into the area, however, the student-to-teacher ratio remains low and test scores are continually higher than the national average, making the district highly sought-after among those in surrounding communities. With 5 public-school campuses, including the Melissa Ridge Education Center for those seeking pre-K schooling needs, your students are sure to receive an exceptional education when calling Melissa home.
Things to do in Melissa
There truly isn’t much need to travel outside of Melissa. While the town still remains fairly small, you can find a large handful of dining options ranging from quick service to dine-in favorites such as Maria’s Mexican Restaurant, a small hole in the wall serving authentic Mexican cuisine. Much like with restaurants, the surrounding communities offer endless options for entertainment as well as shopping, however, one of Melissa’s best-hidden gems, Lola’s Local Market, boasting family fun activities throughout the year as well as a local farmers market, is a favorite among both Melissa locals and those residing in other Dallas suburbs.
Melissa Real Estate
Nearly all of Melissa Real Estate is owned vs. rented, with very little renal options found within the city limits. A huge perk to Melissa homes is their affordability, with the average home value right around $310,000. While the average remains low, Melissa homes range drastically in style and price with homes that date back to early-mid 1900s as well as new construction homes boasting all of the latest design features and upgrades. Another reason Melissa Real Estate is so coveted is due to large lot sizes. While not true for each and every home, the majority of Melissa Real Estate boasts large lots with plenty of space for extra parking and storage or the perfect backyard oasis and even farming.
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