Corner lot and barely a year old! This immaculate and clean home has almost 3,000 square feet with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a media room, a 3-car garage, and a great co...
Listing courtesy of The Michael Group.
Located across the street from Al Ruschhaupt Park & Soccer Complex, this home is perfectly located for the family with an outdoor lifestyle. Completely updated inside and...
Listing courtesy of Trinity Real Estate Group.
Beautiful 3br 2.5 bth American legend built w study liv rm. in th Heights at Westridge nbhd, in Mckinney & highly acclaimed Frisco ISD. Home has an open floor plan with 1...
Listing courtesy of Robinson Real Estate Co.
The county seat of Collin County is the remarkable City of McKinney, Texas. Situated just thirty-two miles north of Dallas and west of State Highway 5, McKinney has served as the county seat since 1848. Prior to that, it was Buckner that had the honor. It seems fitting that McKinney now has the distinction since Collin McKinney, one of the signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence is the namesake for both the city and the county.
This interesting history is only one of the many appealing attributes that make McKinney a must-consider destination for prospective homebuyers in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area. McKinney wasn't incorporated until 1913, years after it had become the county seat. However, until surpassed in size by Plano in 1970, the city served as the county’s commercial center. For those working in Plano and Dallas, McKinney became a thriving commuter town in the mid-1980’s. Since then this splendid city has continued to undergo significant growth. In fact, in 1990 the city was home to only 21,300 residents but by 2000, it had more than doubled in size with almost 55,000 residents. Among the factors contributing to this rise in popularity is the city’s close proximity to a number of sought-after destinations like Lake Lewisville. The city is also home to much-desired hiking and biking trails, lush golf courses, picturesque parks and fabulous shopping, dining and entertainment options.
In addition to a rich history, great location and numerous amenities, McKinney also has wonderful real estate opportunities. Regardless of which McKinney neighborhood or subdivision you choose, you’ll quickly come to understand why McKinney was ranked by Money Magazine as the No. 1 “Best Place to Live” in the United States.
Popular neighborhoods in McKinney include Estates at Verona, Sorrellwood Park, and Shiloh Ranch, though there are many others from which to choose. Homes for sale in McKinney come in diverse architectural styles and in varying ages and sizes as well. The listing price for McKinney homes is broad giving prospective homebuyers multiple options. Come see why Niche.com ranked McKinney the No. 9 “Best Suburbs to Buy a House in Texas.”
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