Collin County, Frisco
City of Frisco,Texas
Frisco Independent School District
Stonebriar Country Club
Stonebriar Shopping Centre
We Live here ...where we call Home now!
"Tomorrow's Vision Is Here Today"! Frisco, Texas, one of the fastest growing communities in the U.S., was founded in 1902 as a small railroad town and today is "On Track for the Future." A wide variety of housing styles and price ranges are available. From old town area to golf course lots and country homes on acreage, to resale and new construction by nationally known home builder's; you'll find Frisco a great place to call home! Stonebriar,Star Wood, Plantation Resort & Main Street townhomes ~Frisco offers its residents a unique living experience; with numerous recreational activities, recognized schools and great family neighborhoods. Frisco is home to the Superdrone - a state of the art cycling track, that is the site of the 2000 Olympic trials and the Senior National Finals. Frisco has several major employers such as: Beall Aerospace, Econ Abrasives, P.C. Dynamics, Rodman Excavating, Staley Steel and Collin County Community College Preston Ridge Campus.
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Addison is one of three communities that sit in the crest of northern Dallas. We have Lived in & Loved Addison! Most homes are built in the mid 80's & 90's custom builders surrounded by well manicured greenbelts! The area has maintained a close-knit, neighborly atmosphere throughout its growth. Excellent municipal services, along with outstanding parks and recreation programs, add to Addison's charm. The area is within 20 minutes from Downtown Dallas and has easy access to major highways & airports within the city. ~ Residents have use of the Addison Athletic Center ($10. annual membership), members have indoor pool, basketball court, racquet ball courts & nautilus equipment, aerobic classes, out door Tennis & volleyball courts & community pool under construction.
Population: 92,020Allen is a small, but growing family community located in North Collin County and features many great homes for sale. It is far enough from Dallas to provide a relaxed, small-town environment, yet close enough to take advantage of activities and services in the "big city". Allen homes often sit on a decent amount of land, or are located in gated communities. Allen homes for sale range in price and provide all the amenities of an inner city property. There are a variety of places to live that meet a resident’s lifestyle. The area has planned well for growth, utilizing a Master Land Use Plan that includes expanding water storage capacity and major thoroughfares. The city of Allen is known for its pro-business climate and ability to promote growth while making the community a good place to live. Allen: 60 Million new stadium
City of Allen
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Carrollton, TXPopulation: 126,700
Carrollton is one of three communities that sit in the northern crest of Dallas. The area has maintained a close-knit, neighborly atmosphere throughout its growth. Excellent municipal services, along with outstanding parks and recreation programs, add to Carrollton's charm. The area is within 20 minutes from Downtown Dallas and has easy access to major highways within the city. Great neighborhoods-Wellington Run, Oak Hills, Castle Hills & Coyote Ridge just to begin!
The Dallas Independent School District has cooperative education, alternative schools, special education and gifted student programs. The Carrollton-Farmer's Branch Independent School District places special emphasis on individual attention to meet the needs of students. The district offers award-winning vocational instruction; a progressive alternative school designed to re-interest potential dropouts, and a variety of special education courses. Twenty-two elementary schools, 6 junior high schools, 3 high schools, and an alternative school serve this area. The overall student-teacher ratio is 19:1, and one-half of the teachers have earned master's degrees. Many private schools also are located in and around the area, including Trinity Christian Academy. Brookhaven College, a Dallas County Community College, is located in Farmers Branch. Several colleges and universities are located within commuting distance to the area.
Farmers Branch, TXPopulation: 31,664
Farmer's Branch is one of three communities that sit in the northern crest of Dallas. The area has maintained a neighborly atmosphere throughout its growth. Excellent municipal services, along with outstanding parks and recreation programs, add to the charm of Farmer's Branch. Many charming homes & cottages built in the 50's with hardwoods! The area is within 20 minutes from Downtown Dallas, Love Field & Dfw Airports with has easy access to major highways within the city.
Far North DallasPopulation: 165,719
Far North Dallas encompasses the areas north of LBJ Freeway (635), including Northwood Hills, Prestonwood, Oak Tree, Oak Dale, Preston Trails, Estates West, and Bent Tree. Home prices range from $100,000 to $2,000,000. In this area, amenities are abundant with glamorous shopping centers and convenient strip centers. Former Resident/ of Northwood Hills (25yrs) attended all RISD schools growing up in Northwood Hills!
Park Cities, TXPopulation: Highland Park: 8,862, University Park: 23,992
The Park Cities is comprised of Highland Park and University Park. The area is known for its high quality of living, beautiful parks, award winning homes, closeness to downtown Dallas, excellent public schools, proximity to shopping centers, and Southern Methodist University. The Park Cities has some of the most unusual and palatial homes in the area, many new homes have been built on property where homeowners buy an older bungalow for the land, raze the home, and rebuild. Wilbur David Cook, the landscape architect, who designed Beverly Hills, California Hills, laid out Highland Park.
McKinney, TXPopulation: 148,559
McKinney is one of three small, but growing communities located in North Collin County. They are far enough from Dallas to provide a relaxed, small-town environment, yet close enough to take advantage of activities and services in the "big city." This area is home to EDS Corporation, J.C. Penney, Murata Business Machines, Texas Instruments, and Fisher Controls. The areas have planned well for growth Using a Master Land Use Plan which includes expanding water storage capacity and major thoroughfares.
North DallasPopulation: 40,259 (Dallas)
North Dallas includes the areas of Preston Hollow, Oak Lawn, Bluff View, and any part of Dallas that is north of downtown and south of 635/LBJ. The Preston Hollow area is noted for its country feel in the middle of the city. Trees, rolling hills, lakes, and streams are prevalent in the area. The North Dallas area provides a lifestyle for everyone: historic areas, new construction, townhomes, estates, condominiums, high rise living, and single families residents in the D.I.S.D.
Plano, TXPopulation: 274,409
Plano is one of the fastest growing communities in the nation. Plano is a sparkling combination of real estate, banking, industry, retail, acclaimed education facilities, and diverse sporting and recreational facilities. This area projects an image of quality, excellence, and prosperity. The corporate world has noticed the area's attributes and major businesses have flocked to the area in recent years. J.C. Penney, Frito Lay, E.D.S., Southland Life, Capital Wire and Cable, ARCO, Texas Instruments, US Brass, Rockwell International, DSC Communications Corporation and many others have made their home in this area. Dr. Pepper/7-Up, Inc. and Fina, Inc. are some of the new additions that have joined Plano in becoming the dynamic, prosperous city that it s today.
Richardson, TXPopulation: 104,475
Richardson has grown dramatically from a village of 600 in 1930 to a thriving, dynamic, master-planned community of more than 80,000 today. Because more than half of the residents have moved to Richardson from another part of the country, the city has an air of cosmopolitan sophistication not often found in a community its size. Richardson is the location for a growing number of companies such as Alcatel Network Systems, Fujitsu America, Texas Instruments, Rockwell International, Nortel, MCI Telecommunications, Ericsson, Inc., Cyrix, and SoftDesign, being dubbed as the "Telecom Corridor of the Southwest." With a strong economic forecast, Richardson has been recognized by the Wall Street Journal as a suburban boomtown of the 1990's. My Hometown -lived in & attened RISD schools! Rated as Nations Top School Districts!
The Colony, TXPopulation: 39,458
The Colony nicknamed "The City by the Lake" on Hwy 121 is strategically positioned for easy access to DFW Airport, I-35E and the Dallas North Tollway. Located on the shores of Lake Lewisville it offers opportunities for golf, fishing, water sports, and picnicking as well as a home with view of the lake. Many fabulous neighborhoods- Stewarts Pennensula, The legends & Ridgepoint!
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Allen: 60 Million new stadium
allenorchestra.org/awards.html - lots of awards!!!!
Frisco: Frisco High & Centennial have orchestras!
PLANO: Plano has High Schools for grades 9 & 10th grade & Senior Highs for 11 & 12th grade
McKinney: Boyd High school- recognized
All population statistics based on most recent data available (2013) and are estimates only.