Argyle, with a population of 3,100 within 10 square miles, has a small-town lifestyle in the rolling, wooded terraine of southwest Denton County, the third fastest growing county in the US. It is located just 6 miles south of the city of Denton, on the eastern edge of the Chisholm Trail, within the Golden Triangle region formed by Denton, Fort Worth, and Dallas.
The homes in Argyle are mostly country estates with acreage. Most lots are 1-2 acres, but many are 5-10 acres, suitable for farming or ranching. The median home value in Argyle is $328,766. There are about 787 households with a median household income of $115,163 and an average household size of 3.1.
Argyle is served by its own school district, Argyle ISD with 4 schools and a total enrollment of 1,714 students, and also by Denton ISD and Northwest ISD. About 1,025 students are also enrolled in Liberty Christian School, a private non-denominational school for pre-K through 12. Higher education is available at University of North Texas or Texas Woman's University, both in nearby Denton.
The Argyle Bluegrass Festival attracts music fans from all over the country to Argyle each March.
For sports enthusiasts, Argyle has Integrity Park, a baseball/softball field complex. For fishing, boating, and water sports, Lake Lewisville and Lake Grapevine are near by, and other area lakes are within close driving distance.
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