Living in Greenville is living on the edge, where the exciting Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex (just 45 minutes away!) meets scenic East Texas. Whether you're interested in exploring nearby lakes and nature preserves, museums, listening to live music or enjoying some great Texas wines, Greenville will delight you.
Downtown holds a treasure trove of eclectic riches. Entertainments include the Kenneth Threadgill Concert series, which brings well-known Texas performers to the Municipal Auditorium stage in three concerts per year; the Greenville Entertainment Series, a subscription concert series featuring artists from a variety of musical genres; the Symphony Festival Series, which brings the world-famous Dallas Symphony Orchestra to Greenville for three concerts and an additional children's concert per year; and the Greenville Follies, a musical review showcasing local talent every other year. Local clubs with musical entertainment, live theater in nearby Commerce, local art shows, a movie theater and a bowling alley offer year-round entertainment. A fisherman's dream, the city of Greenville sits right at the center of no less than FIVE large, incredibly beautiful Texas lakes: Lake Tawakoni to the south, Cooper Lake State Park to the northeast, Lake Fork to the southwest, Lake Ray Hubbard to the southeast, and Lake Lavon to the west.
Some facts about Greenville: Compared to the rest of the country, Greenville's cost of living is 14% Lower than the U.S. average. The median home cost in Greenville is $60,400. Home appreciation the last year has been 1.45%. There are about 13.5 students per teacher in Greenville.
Come join us in beautiful Greenville, and live the good life!
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