Welcome to information on home sales in Ellis County, TX for February!
The Texas State legislature officially established Ellis County on December 20, 1849 when it passed a bill sponsored by Gen. Edward H. Tarrant. It was drawn from Navarro County and is named for Richard Ellis, president of the Texas Constitutional Convention of 1836.
Waxahachie was named the county seat and established on land donated by E. W. Rogers in August, 1850. William Hawkins was the first chief justice (county judge). Judge Oran Milo Roberts presided over the first term of the Ellis County district court during the fall of 1850. Ellis County includes the cities of:
- City of Waxahachie
- City of Ennis
- City of Midlothian
- City of Red Oak
- City of Italy
- City of Maypearl
- City of Ferris
- City of Ovilla
- City of Cedar Hill
- City of Grand Prairie
- City of Glenn Heights
- City of Mansfield
- City of Pecan Hill
- City of Oak Leaf
As Texas continues to move forward and be the State of choice for so many, the Ellis County sales prices continue to show the popularity of this area. In February, the price per foot for homes in Ellis County shows once again only minor dips in some prices and an overall stable market. There is a marked increase in the higher end homes with a price of $222,500 and higher:
This stability is also evidenced by the Median Sales prices reflected here:
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