A bright, airy 4 bedroom, 2.1 bath home in beautiful neighborhood w BRAND NEW WOOD FLOOR DOWNSTAIRS, GRANITE COUNTER-TOP AND BACK-SPLASH. Large windows throughout provide...
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Frisco Stars.
THIS GORGEOUS DAVID WEEKLY HOME HAS IT ALL. 4 BR, 3,5 BA, STUDY, MEDIA, AND GAME RM. LOCATED ON AN OVERSIZED CORNER HOMESITE (100 X 120) FEATURING A BACKYARD OASIS COMPLE...
Listing courtesy of PATTON INTERNATIONAL PROPERTIE.
Gorgeous and stunning home in Griffin Parc. 4th bedroom could be used as a media room. large back yard, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and much more. ...
Listing courtesy of Ace Realty, Inc.
With around 145,000 residents, the urban City of Frisco, Texas is a wonderful place to buy a home in Collin County. With a median income over $105,000, Frisco is also a great place to work as well. Frisco, along with the neighboring city of Plano, serves as home to numerous prestigious employers including Toyota, JP Morgan Chase, Frito Lay, Dr. Pepper, Pepsi, Hewlett Packard, Boeing, Liberty Mutual and FedEx, just to name few.
Homebuyers relocating for work often choose Frisco as their destination, as do homebuyers aspiring to be employed by one of those extraordinary companies. Adding to the allure, homes in Frisco are generally newer compared to the available real estate in neighboring communities. Homes for sale in Frisco come in a broad listing-price range with prices dependent on the property’s age, square footage, architectural style, and location. Because of all of these great features, Frisco was one of Texas’ fastest growing cities from 2000 to 2009 and continues to be a sought-after address for homebuyers searching in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area.
Among the city’s many selling points, Frisco is conveniently located just twenty-five miles from Dallas Love Field and the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. This spectacular city is also a great choice for art lovers. In fact, Frisco has a multitude of Texas and international art on display all across the city. Other points of interest include the 18,000 square foot Heritage Museum. This impressive two-story complex preserves and displays the rich and interesting history of the city and the surrounding communities. Frisco, afterall, was originally a stop on the St Louis-San Francisco railway and was named accordingly.
In addition to these enchanting historical and cultural destinations, Frisco also boasts excellent dining opportunities. The restaurants in this city include diverse cuisine options that include everything from French, Asian, American, Italian, and Mexican to Texas BBQ and steakhouses. You can also easily find some exceptional seafood options, as well as numerous other delicacies.
With major retailers like Sam Moon Trading Company and IKEA, and destinations like The Centre at Preston Ridge and Stonebriar Centre, Frisco residents also have great shopping opportunities. The community is also close to The Shops at Legacy in Plano, as well as Grand Scape’s Nebraska Furniture Mart in The Colony. And as if all of that wasn’t enough to lure you to Frisco, the city is also known for spectacular entertainment such as concerts and sporting events. You’ll find the 18,000-seat Toyota Stadium in Frisco, which hosts the FC Dallas Major League Soccer team. Also in Frisco is The Ford Center at the Star, the official world headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys. So, when you consider all the wonderful amenities and features of Frisco, you can easily see why it is a great place to buy a home in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area.
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