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FRISCO NEW HOME COMMUNITIES

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75035Collinsbrook FarmFirst Texas Homes
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75034Fields 50’sPerry Homes – Britton Homes
75033Fields 50’sShaddock Homes
75034Fields 60’sPerry Homes – Britton Homes
75033Fields VillasTaylor Morrison
75034Gables at OhioMegatel Homes
75034Hills of KingswoodGrand Homes
75034Legacy – EdgestoneShaddock Homes
75033Legacy – Edgestone – DarlingTaylor Morrison
75035LexingtonToll Brothers ★
75035Lexington Duets 41’sLandon Homes
75035Lexington Estate 64’sLandon Homes
75035Lexington Impression 55’sLandon Homes
75035Lexington Signature 74’sLandon Homes
75035Lexington Symmetry 37’sLandon Homes
75033Northwood ManorSouthgate Homes
75034Ohio – GablesMegatel Homes
75035Preston – HutsonMegatel Homes
75035Preston HillsMegatel Homes
75033Rockhill – EstatesShaddock Homes
75033Rockhill – EstatesWindsor Homes
75034Silverleaf EstatesGrand Homes
75035The GroveAmerican Legend Homes
75035The GroveCB JENI Homes
75035The GroveHighland Homes
75035The Grove 40’sShaddock Homes
75034Village on Main StreetCB JENI Homes
75034Village on Main StreetNormandy Homes
75034Wade SettlementMegatel Homes
75034Wade Settlement TownhomesMattamy Homes ★

Frisco: The Most Desirable Suburb in North Texas

Just 25 minutes north of downtown Dallas lies Frisco, an emerging city for families and young professionals who work in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. In 2018, money.com named Frisco the Best Place to Live in America.

What makes Frisco the top place to live in America? Once a small community of about 6,500 residents in 1990, Frisco today has an estimated population of 189,000. Jobs are expected to grow almost 15% over the next few years, thanks to corporations like T-Mobile USA, Oracle, and Conifer Health Solutions that have offices in the city.

Welcome to Frisco / frisco.com

Frisco Independent School District / frisco.com

A healthy economy and low cost of living aren’t the only reasons why your clients will love Frisco. Frisco’s school system is exceptional. With 67 schools and nearly 60,000 enrolled students, the Frisco Independent School District has near perfect “A” scores across the board. For the 2017-18 school year, Frisco ISD scored 96 out of 100 for overall student performance, 94 out of 100 for student achievement, and 91 out of 100 for school progress and growth. Parents looking for quality schooling will find it in Frisco.

National Videogame Museum / nvmusa.org

Texas Sculpture Garden / prestigeer.org

Harold Bacchus Community Park / team-psc.com

Family and Fun in Frisco

Frisco also has top notch culture and quality of life. Sports fans can catch a game at Dr. Pepper Ballpark, Toyota Stadium, or The Star. Looking for arts and culture spots? The National Videogame Museum is America’s first museum dedicated to the history of video games, with 20 interactive exhibits, 80s-themed arcade, and gaming stations. Texas Sculpture Garden is another must-see landmark in Frisco, a public art trail that spans over 160 acres. Exploring Frisco doesn’t have to be on foot or in the car, either. Over 90 miles of paved and natural trails connect Frisco’s parks system, making it an incredibly bike-friendly community. Frisco was even deemed a Bicycle Friendly Community in 2016 by the League of American Bicyclists, joining just 7 other cities in Texas that made this list.

Residents can enjoy sports facilities in Harold Bacchus Community Park, or the scenic open space views at Central Park. Then, take a ride or a walk down one of Frisco’s many trails to a local eatery like Hutchins BBQ, a veteran family-friendly BBQ joint just west of Frisco Commons Park. For trendier fare and atmosphere, there’s Mash’D at The Centre at Preston Ridge, a Cajun gastropub that serves moonshine cocktails and beer. There’s a restaurant for all kinds of tastes in Frisco, from Greek food to sushi to Tex-Mex and more.

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