Fall might bring cooler temperatures, but the Texas heat is here to stay – in real estate terms, that is. From Plano to Frisco to McKinney, north neighborhoods are welcoming new businesses and new people.
Explore open houses in some of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in the region on Sunday, Oct. 2. Outstanding homes in established communities with friendly neighbors, award-winning schools, incredible greenspace and more – it’s a taste of what you’ll find if you go north!
Transitional design elements, an open floor plan, natural light and neutral colors synergize to create a refreshing and comfortable yet elegant executive style home at 400 Park Lake Drive in the guarded and gated community of Kings Lake in Stonebridge Ranch.
Enjoy 8,400 square feet, five bedrooms downstairs, three bedrooms upstairs, plus an attached guest suite or mother-in-law suite, with a dedicated elevator.
The first day of fall signals more than the promise of cooler weather – it’s the start of holiday planning, the height of the charity event season and time for a final push on end-of-year business projects and travel.
At one of the busiest time of the year, wouldn’t life be so much easier living in a luxury lock-and-leave townhome?
Living in McKinney means you have options. Enjoy one of the many beautiful parks or golf courses, or take it slow and browse the boutique shops on historic Main Street. “Unique by nature” isn’t just a McKinney tagline; it’s a commitment to remain one of the best places to live in the country.
If North Texas is the nation’s sweet spot, attracting major corporate relocations for its business friendly environment and its quality of life, then McKinney is right at the heart of it all.
Voted the Best Place to Live in America, this city of nearly 150,000 residents also ranks as one of the happiest mid-size cities in the nation and one of the healthiest cities in Texas. It’s 30 minutes to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, 45 minutes to Downtown Dallas, and 20 minutes to Plano or Frisco. Continue Reading…
What makes McKinney the Best Place to Live in America, according to Money Magazine? Catch the view from the balconies and terraces of the 17 Green neighborhood, and you’ll understand.
With accolades such as the #1 Best Place to Live and Healthiest City in Texas, and multiple announcements of major corporate relocations to McKinney and the surrounding Dallas suburbs, the North Texas real estate market has heated up in the past year. Continue Reading…
Money magazine has ranked McKinney, Texas, #1 in its annual Best Places to Live in America list.
With a population just shy of 150,000 about 31 miles north of Dallas, McKinney is known for its historic downtown lined with shops and restaurants, exemplary schools and booming development. It is home to the nationally ranked TPC Craig Ranch golf club and the Cooper Fitness Center – Craig Ranch, part of the internationally renowned Cooper Aerobics group. Continue Reading…
The lock-and-leave luxury of 17 Green has fresh value this season: These two- and three-bedroom townhomes with sweeping views are now priced from the mid-$700,000s to mid-$800,000s.
The homes at 17 Green are the jewels of McKinney’s Craig Ranch neighborhood, sitting alongside the nationally acclaimed TPC Craig Ranch golf course. The scenery is breathtaking, from the landscaped and Audubon-certified greens to the lake to picturesque Rowlett Creek. All are reached through the backyard gate – or golf cart entry open only to 17 Green residents.
With corporations relocating to North Texas and a whole team of Cowboys headed to Frisco, the Metroplex’s northern neighborhoods are bursting with opportunities. Take of tour of these homes, and many more, at briggsfreeman.com. Continue Reading…