Wylie Real Estate
Most of the Collin County portion of Wylie is served by Wylie Independent School District. A small portion in Collin County is served by Princeton Independent School District. The Dallas County portion is served by Garland Independent School District. The Rockwall County portion is served by Rockwall Independent School District.
With its recent growth, the City has made a transition from "bedroom" community to a "balanced" community combining quality residential living with a healthy business climate. Wylie’s historic downtown brings the community together for events ranging from its unique rodeo, an annual car race, to arts festivals and holiday-themed celebrations including Boo on the Ballard and the Christmas Parade. There’s also the annual Bluegrass on Ballard, JazzArts Fest, Taste of Wylie, and more. Historic Downtown Wylie also offers the famous Wylie Opry and a host of local restaurants, salons, shops, and services. When you have the need to leave, Highway 78 running through the middle of Wylie takes you quickly to the George Bush Turnpike with direct access to I-75 Central Expressway to get to downtown Dallas, or stay on to get anywhere you wish to go in the Metroplex. Go north instead on Highway 78, and McKinney is 16 miles away with a plethora of upscale dining, shopping and entertainment offerings.
Wylie Listings Summary
Wylie - Town vs. County Stats
Avg Price in Wylie: $580,200 / County Avg $687,600
Avg Taxes in Wylie: $6,800 / County Avg $8,100
Avg Sq. Ft. in Wylie: 2,690 / County Avg 2,772
Avg Price per/sqft in Wylie:$216 / County Avg $248
Avg Walkscore in Wylie: 16 / County Avg 22
Avg Year Built in Wylie: 2007 / County Avg 2006
Avg Days on Website in Wylie: 69 / County Avg 58