Elegant home in premier Plano location. Quarter mile to Arbor Hills Nature Preserve with walking & mountain bike trails & playground. Well maintained traditional style wi...
Listing courtesy of Sharon Ketko Realty.
Freshly Updated. New paint, new wood floor, new appliances, new counter tops, Roof just 2 years old. BEAUTIFUL TRADITIONAL STYLE TWO STORY HOME IN POPULAR PLANO NEIGHBO...
Listing courtesy of Apatel Realty , LLC.
A wonderful place to buy a home, Plano, Texas, ranked No. 9 on the “Top Places to Settle Down,” list put forth by Leaffilter North, Inc. This fantastic urban community in Collin County boasts a long list of additional accolades and recognitions as well. For example, on WalletHub’s list of the best cities for families, it ranked No. 2, and it made the list of the “Top 100 Places to Live in 2016,” put forth by Livability.com. Many prospective homebuyers are drawn to Plano because of its proximity to Frisco, and by the fact the two communities serve as home to numerous corporate campuses including Frito Lay, Pepsi, Liberty Mutual, FedEx, Toyota, Dr. Pepper, Hewlett Packard, Boeing and JP Morgan Chase, just to name a few. Many employees of these companies choose Plano when relocating for work, and many people relocate to Plano in the hope of finding employment with one of these fabulous companies.
Home to approximately 271,000 residents, Plano is a truly remarkable city with equally remarkable real estate options sure to impress prospective homebuyers. Homes for sale in Plano include properties of varying architectural styles in a broad price range. Homes here also vary widely in age and size, so whether you are single, a family, empty-nesters, retirees or someone in between, you can find a home here. The least expensive homes available in Plano are mobile homes, with townhomes and condos being the second least expensive real estate option. Of all the available real estate in Plano, single-family homes are the most abundant, and they are generally the most expensive housing option as well.
Within this charming city, you can find these diverse housing options in equally diverse neighborhoods and subdivisions, each with its own unique character and amenities. Altogether, the family-friendly city of Plano is composed of sixty-six square miles and encompasses sixteen private schools and seventy public schools to serve its school-age residents. Students calling Plano home are served by the reputable Plano Independent School District, in addition to being in proximity to two college campuses and having convenient access to six public libraries.
The schools in Plano are a continual draw for homebuyers with children because three of the district’s high schools have been recognized among the nation’s best by Newsweek. That said, there are also small parts of the city that are served by the Lewisville, Frisco and Richardson Independent School Districts.
Not only does Plano have diverse real estate and exceptional schools, the city also boasts a thriving downtown area. The charming neighborhood of Downtown Plano is comprised of a mix of office and residential spaces that give this otherwise urban city a delightful small-town charm. You’ll find a vibrant nightlife and convenient public transportation access, including a light rail system, in Downtown Plano. Here, and in other parts of the city, there is also a multitude of opportunities for recreation, entertainment, shopping, and dining. For example, residents enjoy amazing shopping opportunities at the conveniently located Shops at Legacy and Legacy West retail centers, in addition to numerous local establishments that include one-of-a-kind boutiques.
With all of these spectacular features and amenities, Plano is a must-consider destination when buying a home in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area.
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