When you move to Coppell, you'll be living in a very affluent bedroom community just outside one of Texas's main metroplex areas. At last record, the median household income was $106,783, over double that for the nation, while the percentage of families living below the poverty line was vastly lower than elsewhere in the country. There are also a variety of high-quality amenities locally, such as spas, theaters, night clubs and golfing courses. The local Theatre Coppell runs a new show every other month featuring local talent and great seasonal deals. It's a great place to relax and take in a show, or to strut your stuff on the stage.

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As a suburb of 'Big D,' Coppell, Texas benefits from being near a large and bustling city. With just over 38,000 people and 14.7 square miles of land, Coppell feels like a close-knit community. Homes range from older, tree-lined lots to new, modern developments with stone and brick facades. A range of sizes are available, but the most common is a standard, four-bedroom layout suitable for families of small to average size.

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