Grapevine, Texas

Grapevine, Texas
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Are you ready to sell your home in Grapevine for cash today? We’re prepared to buy it. At OutFactors, we pay cash for houses in Grapevine and believe getting a cash offer on your home should be simple, fast, and easy. That is why sellers love our cash for house programs, it makes the process of selling a home ridiculously simple. Ready to sell but not ready to move? We offer a short and long-term leaseback option. You can lease your current residence back from us for as long as you want. If you get started now, 10 days later you can be sitting at a table signing the closing documents and collecting the cash for your house.

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History of Grapevine, Texas

Grape Vine Prairie to Vibrant Suburb

Grapevine is a suburb of Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, and is located along State Highways 114 and 121 in northeastern Tarrant County. Grapevine is nineteen miles northwest of Dallas and approximately 22 miles northeast of Fort Worth.

Grapevine is the oldest settlement in Tarrant County and the settlement started around 1843 when General Sam Houston, Republic of Texas assignees, and ten American Indian nations were gathered at Tah-Wah-Karro Creek, also known as Grape Vine Springs, and signed a peace and friendship agreement. As a result of the agreement, the first settlers arrived by carriages and settled in the area in 1844. The area was called Grape Vine due to the wild grapes that grew there.

The Missouri Colony was the first Anglo community in the region. Soon, more families from Platte County, Missouri, arrived and settled in the area around Grapevine that was granted to them under the Peters Colony land grant agreement.  A post office was founded in 1854 and the first postmaster was Archibald Franklin Leonard. Pioneers built and lived in simple log cottages, and livestock ranching and farming was the main source of income in the area before the Civil War. The Grapevine Independent School District was founded in 1869, and the Grapevine Masonic Institute was the first school in the district.

The first Methodist church was founded by Nathan Hudgins in 1866 in his house. A few years later, a parcel of land was donated by E.N. Hudgins and Susan L. Hudgins to build the church. The church building was completed by 1874, but a storm destroyed the structure in 1887. In 1901, the church was rebuilt and in the late 1960s, the name of the church was changed to the First United Methodist Church of Grapevine. The Baptists established the First Baptist Church of Grapevine in December 1869 with A. J. Hallford serving as the church’s first pastor. In 1871, the First Baptist Church of Grapevine building was completed and placed in service.

The first local news publication in Grapevine was Grapevine Globe published around 1882. At that time the community had 550 residents, three gristmills, cotton gins, a public school, four general practitioners, Methodist church, Baptist church, and a few other businesses. During that time agriculture was the main economic activity with the local farmers growing a range of crops and livestock. The arrival of St. Louis, Arkansas, and Texas Railway in 1888 provided the farmers with a method to transport their goods to larger and more profitable markets in the nearby Dallas and Fort Worth. Grapevine soon became the regional agricultural trading hub and by 1890 Grapevine had a newspaper, a public school, numerous cotton gins, a post office, and a railroad depot facility.

Grapevine was formally incorporated in February 1907, and the town name Grape Vine was changed to one-word Grapevine in 1914. In 1921, the city had 821 inhabitants, and a volunteer fire department. Two years later, the first public library was established as a component of the Tarrant County Free Library. The town continued to grow and prosper and by 1940 the population was approximately 1,040 people. The growth and changes continued with the construction of Grapevine Lake by the Army Corp of Engineers that was completed in 1952. By 1960 the population had increased to over 2,800 people and to meet the needs of their growing population the city approved the council-manager system of government in 1965. The agreement to develop the Dallas-Fort Worth Regional Airport was completed by Dallas and Fort Worth cities the same year. The airport became operational in 1974 and started international travel by 1985.

The lake and airport contributed to the continued growth of Grapevine and by the year 2000, over 42,000 people were residing in the city. Over the next 10 years, the growth slowed but continued and by 2010 the Grapevine population was over 46,300 people. The children of the community are educated by the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District, which handles 11 elementary schools, four middle schools, and two high schools.

Today, Grapevine is a vibrant suburb of Dallas and Fort Worth that is a suburban cultural and business hub with a population of 58,225 spanning over thirty-six square miles.

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