Overland Grove’s roots are deeply intertwined with those of the city in which it is located. Forney’s legacy began in the 1870s as the first trading center east of Dallas, an important stop on the Texas and Pacific Railroad. Close to a century and a half later, Overland Grove recreates the timeless feel of Forney’s early agricultural days, when it was known as the Village of Brooklyn. Winding trails snake through lush foliage, as first-class homes blend with rustic-style fences and community buildings.


Overland Grove gives you the tools to grow your family and lifestyle. Join your neighbors to grow your own vegetables, pick fruits and nuts from the groves, and fish from well-stocked ponds.


And though Overland Grove is situated away from the bustle of city life, the all-encompassing on-site amenity center offers plenty of activities, play areas and water features.


Meanwhile, dining, entertainment and shopping options – as well as major employers – are a short drive away.