Midlothian Homes & Real Estate

Find up-to-date Midlothian, TX homes for sale and real estate below! Green and charming, Midlothian is a great place to live for those who are looking for a robust real estate market in Ellis County, just 25 miles south of the city of Dallas. Searching for further information on properties for sale in Midlothian, including prior sales history, prices, and property disclosures? Set up a private home tour of any property listed below by contacting your LOCAL real estate experts today. Read more about Midlothian real estate.

Homes for Sale in Midlothian TX

Midlothian Real Estate Listings May 28, 2024
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Midlothian Real Estate Market

The real estate market in Midlothian is one of the most quickly growing in the suburbs south of Downtown Dallas. Most properties for sale are cozy single-family homes with prices starting around $150,000 and ranging into the $700s. 

Midlothian luxury homes for sale offer sprawling acreage and top-of-the-line private amenities, including backyard swimming pools. These opulent estates start at $1 million and sometimes exceed $2.5 million. 

Scattered throughout various neighborhoods, Midlothian new construction homes are popping up to keep pace with the growing population. Some of these properties are custom builds occupying vacant land and lots, while others are constructed for master-planned communities. 

Common architecture styles in Midlothian include ranch-style homes, farmhouse properties, and mid-century modern homes. While detached homes dominate the housing market, buyers can also find some multi-family developments. 

Midlothian Community Amenities

Midlothian offers tons of opportunities for fun activities, including parks, trails, golf courses, and recreational facilities. 

Main Street is the primary commercial area in Midlothian. In the most central area, people will find several restaurants, an art studio, and two parks—including the picturesque Back Alley Plaza, where residents can take advantage of beautiful landscaping and downtown parking.

Midlothian Parks and Recreation operates 14 lovely parks. The 60-acre Mockingbird Nature Park is the largest and one of the most popular. Residents can hike, explore the butterfly garden, and even take part in a citizen science project.

The peaceful Heritage Park, located just off of Main Street, is home to The Larkin Newton Log Cabin, a historical landmark dating back to 1848. Festivals are held here throughout the year.

In the nearby town of Waxahachie, Flying G Ranch is a horse riding field surrounded by several stables. Everyone from novices to experienced riders can take lessons, join clubs, and take scenic trail rides with the ranch's horses.

For even more outdoor fun, residents can head to Cedar Hill State Park, located about 20 minutes away from Midlothian. This expansive state park offers camping, fishing, mountain biking, and boating on the sparkling Joe Pool Lake. 

The city of Arlington, home of Six Flags Over Texas, Hurrican Harbor, AT&T Stadium, and Globe Life Field, is also just a short drive away. 

Midlothian Local Highlights

  • Since the city is quickly growing, potential buyers enjoy diverse real estate options to meet individual needs
  • There are more than 10 parks and plans to build more, so there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the sunshine
  • Being just 20 minutes from Cedar Hill State Park means it's easier than ever to go on fun outdoor adventures
  • The city's location only 26 miles from Downtown Dallas and 29 miles to Downtown Fort Worth makes commuting to work or school a breeze
  • Being 33 miles from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport means welcoming visitors or taking out-of-town trips accessible and easy

Midlothian School Information

The community is also served by the Midlothian Independent School District, which enrolls about 9,300 students. The district offers a total of 13 schools, with eight pre-K and elementary schools, three middle schools, and two high schools. 

Navarro College offers higher education courses on-campus at Midlothian High School and operates an independent campus in town. 

Midlothian Private School offers enrollment for students from pre-K to sixth grade. While there are no Midlothian private institutions for grades 7–12, residents can easily travel to schools in the town of Cedar Hill or the city of DeSoto.

If you're searching for a pleasant home with access to first-rate amenities, Midlothian is an excellent place to start.

Midlothian TX Real Estate Agents

Interested in buying a home in Midlothian? Let our Midlothian real estate experts guide you through the sale of your current residence or the purchase of your new Midlothian property. As local real estate agents, we're well-versed in the Midlothian real estate market's unique dynamics.

Contact The RealFX Group to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Thinking of selling your home in today's Midlothian, TX real estate market? Head to our market analysis page to receive a free property value estimate instantly!

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