About Frisco, TX
Frisco homes for sale are amongst the most sought after in the Dallas/Fort Worth area because of their floor plans, features, master planned communities, and excellent value. The typical home size in Frisco is between 1,500 and 2,300 square feet for a single story, and 2,500 and 4,000 sqft for a two story! The majority of homes sold in the area are priced between $300 and $600K, depending on their location and size. As you can see, there is a perfect home for every buyer in this fantastic locale.
Frisco real estate is located in Far North Dallas, north of Highway 121, east of FM 423 and west of Custer Street. As an owner of a Frisco home, you'll have easy access to downtown Dallas and the DFW Airport through the North Texas Dallas Tollway and the State Highway that run through it. The city has grown in popularity over the past several years thanks to the plentiful job opportunities the area offers. The city is home to many major corporations like T-Mobile and IKEA, and nearby Plano is home to even more!
Young professionals and families love Frisco (the median age is 35!) However, this is undoubtedly a family-friendly area as well, with lots of green spaces and parks. With gorgeously crafted traditional homes, an inviting sense of community, and a rich local heritage, it's no wonder that residents of Frisco tend to stay. If you're looking for serene suburban living in a mid-sized city closed to the cosmopolitan hub of Dallas,Frisco homes for sale are an excellent choice.
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Frisco homes in the eastern section of the city are just a stone's throw from the Plantation Resort Golf Club, the Shawnee Trail Sports Complex (a 17-acre multiuse sports facility), Collin County Community College, and the Centennial Medical Center. Much of this area is currently under development as the city is experiencing exponential growth.
The western portion of the city is home to the Stonebriar Centre, a 165 store regional mall, an IKEA store and numerous retail and restaurant chains. Western Frisco homes for sale are close to the Stonebriar Country Club (a 36-hole golf course, with eight lighted outdoor tennis courts, a swimming pool, and a 65,000 square-foot clubhouse) and just minutes away from Lake Lewisville, one of the metroplex's finest lakes.
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Amenities and Recreation in Frisco
Frisco has so many opportunities for recreation; it's been called the sports mecca of North Texas! With many community and neighborhood parks, walking trails, and ponds stocked with fish, there is no shortage of outdoor activities. The City of Frisco manages about 40 park sites totaling 1,369 acres that are open from sun up to sun down. The city also owns more than 744 acres of undeveloped land for future projects. Frisco even has its own water park complete with slides, gushing water towers, and a large lagoon.
Frisco has much to offer to sports enthusiasts, such as the Frisco Roughriders at the Dr. Pepper Ballpark, FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium, or the NHL Dallas Stars facility at the Dream Center. You can even watch the Dallas Cowboys practice and then tour at their all-new headquarters and practice facility at The Star. There are many golf courses that offer private and public memberships, as well as the Frisco Athletic Center, which has state of the art gym, aquatic, basketball, and aerobics facilities.
There are many dining options around such as the Blue Goose, Casa Rita’s and the Silver Fox Steakhouse. From barbecue to pizza to sushi there are over 300 options to choose from. The Stonebriar Centre is a large shopping mall with many retail and dining options as well. Frisco is nurturing its growing arts community with a public art trail, and educating about its rich history with the Frisco Heritage Museum, Museum of the American Railroad, or the National Videogame Museum.
Schools in Frisco feed into Frisco ISD, which is also one of the most attractive features of the neighborhood. One of the highest ranked school systems in the country, Frisco ISD keeps their student-teacher ratio low, and their campuses use the latest technology. The district is one of the fastest growing in Texas and the nation, expanding from four schools in 1995 to adding over 57 new schools in the last 15 years.