New Homes in Arlington Area

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Explore Arlington, Texas
Located in Tarrant County, Arlington, Texas is a bustling city of approximately 375,000 people and counting. The seventh-largest city in the state is situated in the middle of major Texas hubs Dallas and Fort Worth, known as the Mid-Cities region of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.

At 20 miles to Dallas and 15 to Fort Worth, residents can easily jump to either major city for a full events calendar and plenty of fun. Arlington itself offers enough amenities and entertainment of its own, so residents can always find something to keep them busy without having to hop on interstate 30.

Arlington, Texas has been awarded many prestigious titles including The Best Places to Live in the U.S. (2017), 10th Most Diverse City in America (2018) and 4th Most Entrepreneurial City (2018).

With 4,700 acres of parkland, 53 miles of trails, 49 tennis courts, 21 basketball courts, seven swimming pools and more, you and your family will always find a way to get outside and stay active in Arlington.

Visit one of the city's four beautiful golf courses for a relaxing day on the range or grab a bite to eat at the Ventana Grille, located in the Tierra Verde course's clubhouse.

The city also hosts many programs for adults and children alike, including day camps, sports leagues, fitness classes and more. Stop by one of the five recreation centers or seven public libraries for more details on available programs.

Stay Busy in Arlington
You and your family will never be bored in Arlington. Residents thrive living so close to a variety of amazing experiences suited to every interest!


  • AT&T Stadium (home to the NFL Dallas Cowboys)
  • Texas Rangers' Globe Life Park


  • Six Flags Over Texas (the original Six Flags theme park)
  • Hurricane Harbor
  • TexPlex Park (a 1,000-acre park filled with UTV racing, off-roading, Motorcross training for all experience levels and more)

Music & Art:

  • Arlington Museum of Art
  • Levitt Pavilion (offers visitors more than 50 free concerts each year as well as movie nights for the family)
  • Arlington Music Hall (historic downtown concert venue)


  • Lake Arlington
  • University of Texas Arlington Planetarium
  • Cedar Hill State Park
  • Joe Pool Lake
  • Mountain Creek Lake

Downtown Arlington also boasts plenty of shopping, a vibrant nightlife and cast food and drink options for residents to explore. Plus, there are always events happening at the museums, music venues and various businesses located downtown. Stop by one of the city's many festivals celebrating everything from food truck cuisine and art to the Highland Games and German holiday traditions. The options are endless!

Five school districts serve Arlington, Texas: Arlington ISD, Kennedale ISD Mansfield ISD, Fort Worth ISD and Hurst-Euless-Bedford (ISD). These districts offer exemplary education for school-aged residents in Arlington.

Are you searching for new homes for sale in Arlington, TX? Explore the Perry Homes communities below to find your dream home in the Mid-Cities region!

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M3 Ranch
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M3 Ranch 50'

From the $500s / 2,100 - 3,200 Sq. Ft.

M3 Ranch 70' - Now Available

From the $680s / 3,000 - 4,900 Sq. Ft.
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Lakes of Somercrest 60'

From the $530s / 2,500 - 4,100 Sq. Ft.

Lakes of Somercrest 70'

From the $610s / 3,000 - 4,900 Sq. Ft.
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Ventana 60'

From the $580s / 2,400 - 3,400 Sq. Ft.

Ventana 70' - Now Available

From the $660s / 2,800 - 4,900 Sq. Ft.
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Walsh Townhomes

From the $420s / 1,500 - 2,500 Sq. Ft.
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Walsh 70'

From the $780s / 2,900 - 5,000 Sq. Ft.