Beautiful home with many updates, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths with a water softener. This home has been meticulously maintained, come see before its gone. It has unique art nic...
Listing courtesy of Global Realty.
NO MUD OR PID in this neighborhood! Built by Stonehollow Homes. Standard features for this home are granite in the kit and bathrooms, travertine or marble backsplash, 42i...
Listing courtesy of Ultima Real Estate.
Come fall in love with this charming single story, fully move-in ready home. Recently completed new carpet, wood floors, roof, stained fence, and extended patio with buil...
Listing courtesy of Simply Texas Real Estate, LLC.
Located at the intersection of Farm Road 75, 982, 1377 and U.S. Highway 380, the wonderful City of Princeton, Texas is a great place to buy a home in east central Collin County. In addition to access to those major thoroughfares, the city is also in close proximity to U.S. 75, Highway 121, Highway 5 and Interstate 30. Adding to the appeal of its location, Princeton is near Greenville, just seven miles east of McKinney and around thirty miles northeast of Dallas.
Collin County is one of the state’s fastest-growing counties and Princeton is one of the county's fastest growing cities. This increasingly popular community is served by the Princeton ISD 3-A School District which operates Lacy Elementary, Godwin Elementary, Harper Elementary, Smith Elementary, Huddleston Intermedia, Clark Jr. High and Princeton High schools. The district covers sixty square miles and also serves the rural communities of Branch, Climax, Culleoka, Lowry Crossing and Lake Lavon’s west side.
Residents of Princeton also enjoy some wonderful community events and festivals, such as the annual 4th of July Community Event and the Princeton Spring Onion Festival which is held every year on the last Saturday in April. In addition to a great location and wonderful, conveniently located schools, and family-friendly festivals, Princeton also has some delightful recreation opportunities. For example, Lake Lavon is only three miles away and attracts around four million visitors annually. Lavon Lake is home to five beaches, sixteen parks, a handicapped park, seventy-one tent camping sites, one hundred sixty-seven electric sites, six group shelters, and two hundred forty-four picnic sites. You’ll also find a fishing pier and two privately owned marinas here with boat and boat slip rentals, fishing supplies and gasoline. This enchanting destination is also home to a 9-mile equestrian and hiking trail called Trinity Trail. Adjacent to Lavon Lake you’ll find a 75-acre hiking and biking trail, Sister Groves, nestled between Farmersville and Princeton. Sister Groves is a primitive trail great for off-road cycling and hiking. Beyond these extraordinary recreation options, you’ll also find fantastic opportunities for other types of entertainment, as well as spectacular shopping and dining options. With all of these amenities and attractions, Princeton is a great place to buy a home.
Homes for sale in Princeton come in a broad price range and include properties of varying ages and sizes. Princeton real estate is comprised of houses of varying styles, including homes perfect for singles, as well as homes ideal for families.
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