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Living in Mineral Wells, TX

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  • Mineral Wells has a Livability Score of 69/100, which is considered average
  • Mineral Wells crime rates are 18% higher than the Texas average
  • Cost of living in Mineral Wells is 5% lower than the Texas average

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We love it here 5 rating By Anonymous ( Oct 25, 2021) Mineral Wells is going through a lot of growing pains but I absolutely love it here. It’s a terrific time to buy here as property values are rising and the Crazy Water and the Baker Hotel are working to completion. We love being in walking distance of downtown. We lived in Co ...Read More untry Club Estates while we completed the initial rehab on our home! I’m so excited we finally moved in in spite of hold ups with covid and the infamous 21 freeze… no water for 6 days!! We have a decent healthcare system… covid shut some shopping options down but new ones are sprouting up. People are friendly. There is public transit available with a private system - I’m not sure how accessible it is. Come be a part of a rebirth and a great investment opportunity. Read Less
Mineral Wells, Texas: A Simple Life for Simple People 3 rating By Anonymous ( May 16, 2018) Mineral Wells, Texas is a town with a lot of history and that gives the area a lot of charm. Being close to the Fort Worth area, many choose to live here in order to commute back and forth to work. I live here because this has always been the town that I call home.

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...Read More ineral Wells, Texas gives you a slow pace of life. Many people know each other here and you will never meet a stranger. This town could use some growth, but if but if you like a simple life, then this place has all that you need.

The best areas in Mineral Wells, Texas are the areas that shows its unique history. The town actually got its name from the fact that a natural mineral spring exists in the area. You can also travel to Possum Kingdom lake easily because it is just over an hour drive to get there. So if you like the quiet life and don’t need much excitement, then you may actually enjoy calling Mineral Wells, Texas home. Read Less
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Lion Park
Elmhurst Park
Mineral Wells Park
West City Park
Fort Wolters Historical Park


Lone Star Amphitheater
Mountaineer Lanes
Brazos Cinema
Little Rock School House Museum

Food & Drink

El Paseo Mexican Restaurant
Pulido's Mexican Restaurant
Panda Chinese Buffett
Drive to Work

7% higher than the US average

Take Public Transit

5% lower than the US average

Walk to Work

1% lower than the US average

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