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Coppell is located in the state of Texas and a city in the northwestern corner of Dallas County. It is also a suburb of Dallas and became the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex’s bedroom community. A small portion of the area is situated in the northern portion of the city which extends into the neighboring Denton County. The present-day Coppell used to be settled by the immigrants from France and Germany that started in the 1840s. The members of the Peters Colony settled in the area around the 1840s, and was originally named as Gibbs Station, after one of Texas’ first lieutenant governors - Barnett Gibbs, and was then renamed after a wealthy English financier who came into the United States, George Coppell. Coppell was said to be heavily involved in the final construction of the local railroad line. Incorporated in 1955, Coppell is relatively younger than other Texas communities, but it’s quickly become one of the finest places to live in the state. Located near metropolitan Fort Worth and downtown Dallas, Coppell’s lively economy is boosted by its nearness to the DFW International Airport, transit rails, and the business centers of north Dallas and Las Colinas. This, in turn, has propelled the real estate values in the area, which now attracts plenty of commuting professionals. When not traveling to work, locals have loads of options when it comes to recreation. Outdoor activities are plentiful in Coppell thanks to the Farmers Branch Historical Park, the Dallas World Aquarium Zoological Gardens, Coppell Aquatic and Recreation Center, the Fort Worth Zoo, and the nearby Six Flags Over Texas. Inside the city are 5 soccer fields, 8 tennis courts, and 6 baseball fields spread out over several hundred miles of green space. The City of Coppell also encourages active community engagement with events like the Spirit of Coppell July 4th Celebration, Oaktober Fest, and the Sweetheart Ball Dance. Providing an excellent base for work, and an even better place to settle down in, Coppell should be high on your list of potential homes in Texas.

Home Prices

569,219 -3%
509,950 -3%

Relative Price (per sqft.)

172 +2%


65 -32%
48 -20%

Market Duration

41 -23%
Population 40,342 (10.30%)
House Size (sqft.) 3,083 (-6.41%)