The towns of Bartonville, Copper Canyon, and Double Oak are slow, quiet, semirural communities in southern Denton County that have very little commercial development. Acreage and horse properties are characteristic for this area, with all three towns having minimum building requirements of at least 1 (Copper Canyon and Double Oak) or 2 acres (Bartonville) per dwelling. Children in this area are served by the Denton ISD (parts of Bartonville and Copper Canyon) with an enrollment of 22,688 at its 31 schools, the Lewisville ISD (part of Copper Canyon and Double Oak) with more than 50,000 enrolled in 66 schools, or the Argyle ISD (part of Bartonville) with 1,724 students in 4 schools. Higher education is within close commuting distance, such as at North Central Texas College in Corinth, a 2-year technical and vocational school, or the 4-year major institutions of Texas Woman's University or University of North Texas in Denton.
Bartonville has a population of 1,637 (382 families) within its 6.03 square miles. Median household income is $120,340; median home value is $388,872. Copper Canyon, with its population of 1,493 (407 families), has 4.25 square miles within its boundaries and a median household income of $122,218. Median Copper Canyon home value is $339,663. Double Oak sits on 2.2 square miles and has a population of 2,600 (682 families), with an average household size of 3.2 and a median household income of $143,258. Median home value in Double Oak is $363,976.
Lake Lewisville and Lake Grapevine are close by for boating, fishing, and water sports, and other area lakes are within easy driving distances.
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