Grand Prairie, TX 75052
Located in the desirable Westchester community of Grand Prairie, 4419 Crane is a 4 bedroom, 2.1 bath, 2 story home with beautiful updates throughout its 2,813 square feet of living space. The main level presents open, expansive living and dining areas washed in natural light with fresh paint, updated lighting and beautiful flooring throughout. At the heart of the home is a large gourmet kitchen outfitted with granite counters, a center island, walk in pantry and a gas range. A favorite feature is the kitchen’s wall of windows overlooking the covered patio and backyard. Two living areas include a living room with 20 foot ceilings and a gas fireplace accented with floor to ceiling shiplap. The second living area is open to the dining room and kitchen, serving as a family center. This versatile space provides plenty of room for homework, gaming, crafting or simply relaxing and enjoying family. Upstairs are four generously sized bedrooms including the primary suite featuring a large updated luxury bath with a soaking tub, separate shower and walk in closet. Like the master bath, the second full bath is nicely updated and equipped with double sinks and plenty of counter space. Don’t miss the covered patio, private back yard and a convenient front entry 2 car garage! Of course, one of the best things about the home is its convenient location, steps away from the Garner Fine Arts Academy and close to area lakes, parks and major corridors for commuting. You’ll be close to virtually anything you need or want to do. Being home for the holidays in the Westchester community is especially fun as the neighborhood is well known for its fantastic light display. The house, the neighborhood, the location, and the community. It’s all here, and 4419 Crane is turn key ready for its next lucky owner.
The Westchester neighborhood is a lively community that celebrates seasons and holidays by decorating the main entrance and main street. Scenic walking trails on Carrier Pkwy are lined with mature pecan trees and well maintained landscaping. The home is walking distance to Garner Fine Arts Academy.
The second you walk in, you realize this is not the average recreation center. The Epic certainly lives up to its name with over 120,000 square feet of exercise, arts, and entertainment. Fitness buffs love our selection of cross-training and cardio equipment, group classes, and 1/8 mile indoor jogging track. Families flock to our gymnasium, lap pool, kiddie splash area, and game rooms (including one for teens).
The Epic Culinary kitchen presented by IKEA has learning and social opportunities for all ages. And The Epic Theater, presented by Texas TrustCredit Union, is a fantastic space for performances and live music that can be recorded from the in-house recording studio. No matter what you’re into, The Epic promises year-round fun and enrichment for everyone in the community.
At The Summit, members can enjoy a variety of fitness equipment, including treadmills, ellipticals, stationary bikes, weight machines, free weights, and more. The facility also features an Olympic-sized pool with lap lanes and a diving board; an indoor walking track; a state-of-the-art fitness center; and outdoor recreational activities such as basketball courts and sand volleyball courts.
In addition to physical activities, The Summit offers fun classes and social events that are open to members. These include pottery classes, painting classes, cooking classes, workshops on health topics such as nutrition or stress management, seminars on financial planning or retirement planning—and much more!
The Summit’s friendly staff provides excellent customer service and creates a positive atmosphere for everyone who visits the facility. The Summit is the perfect place for active adults over 50 years old to stay fit and healthy while having fun! Visit us today to take advantage of all the great benefits we have to offer!
The Grand Prairie Parks, Arts and Recreation Department opened the doors to The Summit, on May 24, 2010. The $23 million-dollar, 60,000 square foot facility located in Epic Central is designed specifically for active adults ages 50 and older.
Grand Prairie Premium Outlets features a collection of the finest brands for you, your family and your home. Featuring more than 100 stores with savings of up to 65% off everyday. Grand Prairie Premium Outlets is located in Grand Prairie, Texas, just minutes from Dallas-Fort Worth at the corner of I20 West and State Highway 360 South.
The world's leading home furnishings retailer, is now open in Grand Prairie! This is the second store in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and only the fourth in Texas. IKEA features nearly 10,000 exclusively designed item, 50 inspirational room-settings, and three model home interiors.
Grand Prairie Parks, Arts & Recreation Department has three Lake Parks on Joe Pool Lake. Britton Park, Loyd Park, and Lynn Creek Park have a variety of amenities from swimming, camping, boating, hiking, and more. Residents of Grand Prairie receive free admission into Joe Pool lake and parks.
Loyd Park – On the west shore of Joe Pool Lake, Loyd Park covers about 791 acres of native Texas landscape. Centrally located, camping at Loyd Park is conveniently close to the major DFW attractions in a peaceful tree filled setting right on the lake. Individual campsite sizes are large (avg 1000 sq ft.) and each one has a picnic table and pavilion, grill, and fire ring. Loyd Park trail reaches 11 miles of trail and houses entry for the Walnut Creek Paddling Trail.
Lynn Creek Park– On the northwest shore of Joe Pool Lake, Lynn Creek Park covers about 784 acres. Park amenities include a new white sand swimming beach, playground, restrooms, showers, two boat ramps with eight lanes, a concession stand, almost 100 picnic sites, group picnic pavilions, and a sand volleyball court. The swimming area has a sandy beach along with a grassy section with covered picnic tables. Adjacent to the beach/swimming-area is a playground, restrooms, changing rooms, and a concession stand. Lynn Creek Park Trails total 8.5 miles. Natural Surface Hiking & Biking
Britton Park – Britton Park is a self pay day-use park with a 2-lane boat ramp, restrooms, and a parking lot. Guests may fish from the bank or launch a boat.
GRAND PRAIRIE, TX.Grand Prairie is thirteen miles west of downtown Dallas in western Dallas and eastern Tarrant counties. It is crossed by State highways 161, 180, and 303, Interstate highways 20 and 30, and Farm Road 1382 (Belt Line Road). The townsite comprises approximately eighty-one square miles enclosed by Dallas, Arlington, Irving, and Cedar Hill. Mountain Creek Lake is on the east, a portion of Joe Pool Lake is in southern Grand Prairie, and Kirby, Cottonwood, and Fish creeks flow through the community, as well as the West Fork of the Trinity River. Settlers arrived in the area before the Civil War.
The post office continued to call the community Deckman until 1877 when it changed the name to Grand Prairie to agree with the railroad which had called the town Grand Prairie since 1873. The community was supposedly so named because a woman stepped off the train and said, "What a grand prairie!" By 1890 the town had a population of 300, two churches, a public school, a steam gristmill-cotton gin, a broom factory, a wagon factory, and general stores.
The population of Grand Prairie had increased from 1,263 in 1925 to 1,595 by World War II. The first wartime-era addition was the Naval Reserve Aviation Base, built in 1940 on thirty acres of Hensley Field to be used by the army and navy for flight training. Between 1940 and the end of the war the population of Grand Prairie grew from 1,595 to 18,000.
Through the next several decades Grand Prairie continued to grow, and by 1990 the population was 99,616. The city was run by a council-manager form of government and had 181 police officers, 137 paid firemen, ten banks, a library, and churches of fourteen communions. The Grand Prairie Independent School District had seventeen elementary, six junior high, and two high schools.
Tourism became another important business because of the city's proximity to such attractions as Six Flags Over Texas. Grand Prairie had its own tourist attractions. Traders Village, a market, was open on weekends, and special events included Cinco de Mayo, the Prairie Dog Chili Cookoff, the National Championship Indian Pow-wow, the Oktoberfest, and the Western Days Rodeo. Nearby Joe Pool Lake and Mountain Creek Lake provided water recreation. Lone Star Park, a one-mile-long horse racing track, opened in 1997. A 6,300-seat indoor theater and convert venue (later renamed Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie) opened in 2002, followed by a minor league baseball stadium in 2008.