Why you'd want to live in Corinth
Six miles southeast of Denton, in Denton County, Texas, you will find the charming community of Corinth. Corinth boasts a long rich history, having celebrated its 100th anniversary back in 1980. Corinth was named by the Dallas and Wichita Railway when tracks were laid through the town in 1880. Since 1970 Corinth has experienced steady growth, with a population of 461 in 1970, and a population of 11,325 in 2000. Today Corinth is home to around 20,000 residents with around 150,000 people living within a 5 mile radius. That growth is attributed to the development that has taken place along I-35 between Denton and Dallas, Texas. Because of its great location, Corinth is home to many people who commute to Denton, Lewisville and Dallas. Corinth is north of Lake Lewisville, 15 miles southwest of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and 20 miles north of downtown Dallas. Corinth sits on I-35E and has excellent highway access. In addition to highway access, residents also have access to the Denton County Transportation Authority commuter rail system which makes travel to Denton and Dallas a breeze. In addition to a great location and easy travel, Corinth also has excellent schools. Students in Corinth are served by the Denton ISD and the Lake Dallas ISD. Corinth is also home to North Central Texas College, the largest community college in Denton County, and only minutes from the University of North Texas and the Texas Women’s University. With all of these great amenities, Corinth is a must-consider location when looking to buy a home in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. In Corinth you will find both affordable homes and multi-million dollar homes. There are upscale condos, mid-priced single family homes on the Oakmont Country Club golf course, expansive estates overlooking the glistening waters of Lake Lewisville, and everything in between. Because of the wide variety of homes for sale in Corinth, Texas, the cost of homes is diverse.