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    Lindale Real Estate

    Sitting just off Interstate 20 just north or Tyler, TX is the quiet and welcoming town of Lindale. Founded in 1871 as Lindseydale after a local businessman, the name was shortened just a few years later. Today it’s a peaceful town with 5,000 souls and being so close to Tyler, it has a lot of potential.

    Truly Good Country Living

    There are plenty of houses for sale with prices ranging between $100-300,000. Lindale has a small town feel with friendly people and safe streets. When it comes to work, the blackberry cannery closed down over 20 years ago, so many people work in Tyler, though Lindale has plenty of jobs on its own, including the Cardtronics ATM plant on the southwest edge of town, and several large nurseries both for flowers, and of course a few blackberries.

    Kids go to the Lindale Independent School District, which is considered to be one of the best in Texas. If you’re ever in need of medical care Tyler has several fine hospitals, and there are several churches in the city for those who seek spiritual guidance.

    Most services such as trash removal are done by private companies, though the city provides water. There aren’t many city parks, but Tyler State Park is just a few miles away. The town has all the standard shops and restaurants you would expect, and if you’re interested in higher education, UT-Tyler is the top school in the area.

    So life in Lindale’s lovely, but what is there to do?

    Both Lindale and nearby Tyler have a lot to keep people occupied. Parrot Park Museum is full of antique farm equipment if that’s what you enjoy viewing, and southwest of town is the Texas Rose Horse Park, home to the Super Ride equestrian show, one of the most prestigious in America.

    Downtown is the Miranda Lambert store, with memorabilia relating to the country music artist who hails from Lindale, as well as a few specialty shops. Tyler State Park offers a lovely lake for fishing and boating, and offers camping, hiking, and mountain bike riding.

    Most of the action however is further south in Tyler. The Tyler Museum of Art has many great works in it’s galleries, and the Cotton Belt Railroad Museum commemorates both the town’s history on the rails, and shows off a large model train collection. Caldwell Zoo and the Chamblee Rose Garden are open to anyone who wants to spend a relaxing day outdoors.

    Lindale has a lot to offer anyone who chooses to move there, and you should consider it if you’re moving to the Tyler area.


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