Homes for Sale in Frisco TX

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Frisco July 12, 2020
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Frisco TX - A Community of Growth in North Dallas Forth Worth

Frisco real estate is a city about twenty eight miles north of Dallas, which is basically a half an hour drive. The Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is around twenty five miles from the city. Located in the counties of Collin and Denton, Frisco is a part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.

Frisco was ranked as the fastest growing city in the country back in 2018. In the last ten to fifteen years, Frisco has seen some stunning real developments with almost two dozen neighborhoods coming up with master planned communities and a variety of amenities. The city has a population of more than 175,000. It has also been consistently rated as one of the best places to live in the country. In 2018 Money.com ranked Frisco 1st on its list of the 50 best places to live in America. A rating that is well deserved. 

The History of Frisco Texas

The history of Frisco can be traced back to the early years of the nineteenth century. Back then, the area now known as Frisco was primarily farmlands. Owing to the rich soil and the availability of water and transportation, the area thrived and quickly witnessed the development of a railroad. With the development of waterways and railroads connecting the area up North to Chicago, Kansas City and other major towns or trading hotspots, the land around the routes of transport garnered substantial interest, primarily among merchants and traders. Innumerable lots were auctioned in 1902 which paved the way for the subsequent development of the area that we now call the city of Frisco. But the city did not grow at the rapid pace that we witnessed in the first decade of this century. For many years, it was a sparsely populated area. There were a few more than seven hundred people back in 1920. In 1950 census, the count remained almost unchanged. Steady growth in the latter half of the twentieth century led to migration and then came the population explosion.

Living in Frisco

Frisco is slightly humid and has a subtropical climate. It receives around 39 inches of rain every year and there are more than 230 assured sunny days. The highs are usually 96 degrees while the lows are typically around 33 degrees.

Frisco is a very well connected city. Not only is downtown Dallas a quick half an hour drive away, courtesy the Dallas North Tollway, the city is well connected to rest of the state and beyond via  Sam Rayburn Tollway, SH 289 (Preston Road) and US 380 among others.

Frisco has a livability score of 90 (I think higher) and is ranked 39th in Texas and 205 in the US. Frisco has very low crime rates with a variety of safe neighborhoods and gated luxury communities. There are more than enough schools, parks, recreation hotspots and civic amenities. The cost of living in Frisco Texas is slightly higher than the state average and are looking at 21% higher expenses than the average in Texas. Gasoline prices are up to 10% higher than the state average. But when you consider the national average, the affluent city of Frisco appears to be quite affordable. Taking the national cost of living index standard to be 100, the goods and services index of Frisco is 103, the groceries index is 102, healthcare index is 106, transportation index is 105 and the utilities index is the same at 100.

Frisco has a 98.6% graduation rate, which is 23% better than rest of Texas. Total crimes are about 1,978 for 100,000, which is 46% lower than Texas. Violent crimes are 81% lower than Texas at 76 for 100,000. The median household income in Frisco Texas is $108,428 which is 110% higher than the state average.

Neighborhoods of Frisco

Some of the notable neighborhoods of Frisco are Chapel Creek, Cobb Farm, Dominion at Panther Creek, The Fairways at the Trails, Frisco Hills, Grayhawk, Griffin Parc, Heritage Village, Hills of Kingswood, Lawler Park, Meadow Hill Estates, Park Place Estates, Pearson Farms, Phillips Creek Ranch, Richwoods, Shaddock Creek Estates, Starwood, Stonebriar Country Club Estates, Stonelake Estates, Stonewater Crossing, Waterford Falls, Westfalls Village and Willow Pond.

Highlights of Frisco

The hotspots of Frisco are The Star, Stonebriar Centre, IKEA, Frisco Square, Cinemark, Forest Park Medical Center and you are likely to find all major restaurant chains including McDonald’s, Starbucks and others. Frisco also hosts a Wal-Mart, Costco, Best Buy, Target and Kroger’s.

The biggest employers in Frisco are Frisco Independent School District, T-Mobile USA, Amerisource Bergen Specialty Group, City of Frisco, Conifer Health Solutions, Baylor Medical Center of Frisco, Mario Sinacola & Sons, Centennial Medical Center, Oracle Corporation, Collin College, Randstad Technologies, Kenexa, Fiserv, HCL Technologies and IKEA Frisco. Toyota who is in Plano TX right on the edge of the Frisco border.

Education at Frisco

Frisco is home to ten high schools. There’s Frisco High School, Liberty High School, Centennial High School, Wakeland High School, Lone Star High School, Heritage High School and Independence High School.

The city has seventeen middle schools: Wester, Cobb, Clark, Hunt, Cobb, Griffin, Maus, Roach, Stafford, Pioneer-Heritage, Scoggins and Vandeventer. There are more than 42 elementary schools including Allen, Bledsoe, Anderson, Boals, Ashley, Carroll, Borchardt, Christie, Bright, Comstock, Elliott, Fisher, Isbell, Mooneyham, Newman, Phillips, Nichols, Robertson, Rogers, Shawnee Trail, Smith, Sonntag, Sparks, Spears and Taylor among others.

For higher education, Frisco has Collin College, Amberton University’s local campus, University of Dallas, UT Arlington’s MBA campus and a campus of University of North Texas.

Sports & Recreation

Frisco has a massive Athletic Center, Dr Pepper Ballpark, Toyota Stadium, Dr Pepper Arena and Superdrome among others. The Star offers Frico ISD a premium setting for high school football.  

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 Frisco Subdivisions:

The Arbors at Willow Bay
Austin Ridge
Avondale (New)
Bella Casa
Belmont Woods (New)
Canals at Grand Park (New)
Chapel Creek
Chapel Creek Bridge View
The Chase at Stonebriar
Cheyenne Village
Christie Ranch (New)
Cobb Farm
Cobb Hill
Country Club Ridge
Creekside at Stonebriar 
Creekside Village (New)
Crown Ridge (New)
Cypress Creek
Diamond Point Estates (New)
Dominion at Panther Creek
Eagles Nest at Westridge 
Eldorado Fairways
Edgestone at Legacy (New)
Emerson Estates (New)
Emory Park
Estates on Legacy
Estates at Shaddock Park
Fairwater (New)
The Fairways at the Trails
Frisco Hills (New) (Little Elm)
Frisco Lakes (New)
Frisco Ranch
Frisco Square
Glen View (New)
Grayhawk (New)
Griffin Parc
Heather Ridge
Heritage Green
Heritage Lakes
Heritage Village
Hickory Springs
Hidden Cove (New)
Highland Ridge
Hills of Crown Ridge
Hills of Kingswood (New)
Hunters Creek
Kingswood Trail (New)
Kingswood Village (New)
Knolls of Frisco
Lake Hill Village
Lakes on Legacy
Lakeside at Lone Star Ranch
The Landing at Waterstone (New)
Latera (New)
Lawler Park (New)
Lexington Country
Liberty Crossing (New)
Lone Star Ranch
Majestic Gardens (New)
Meadow Creek
Meadow Hill Estates
Miramonte (New)
Newman Village (New)
Northridge
Oakmont at Frisco (New)
Panther Creek
Park Place Estates
Parkwest (New)
Pearson Farms
Phillips Creek Ranch (New)
Plantation Estates
Plantation Resort
Prairie View (New)
Preserve at Lone Star Ranch
Preston Gables
Preston Glen
Preston Hutson (New)
Preston Highlands North
Preston Hills
Preston Lakes
Quail Meadows
Retreat at Stonebriar
Ridgeview at Panther Creek (New)
Rivendale by the Lake (New)
Rivendale Pointe (New)
Saddlebrook Village (New)
Sedona
Shaddock Creek
Shaddock Creek Estates (New)
Sheridan in Phillips Creek Ranch 
Shores at Hidden Cove (New)
Shores at Waterstone 
Sorano Estates (New)
Starwood
Stewart Creek Estates
Stone Creek Village
Stonebriar Country Club
Stonebriar Creek
Stonebriar Park
Stonebrook Crossing (New)
Stonebryck Manor (New)
Stonelake Estates
Stonewater Crossing (New)
The Trails of West Frisco
The Grove Frisco
The Tribute (New)
Traditions of Frisco
Village Lakes
Villages of Stonelake (New)
Villages at Willow Bay
Villas at Belle Creek (New)
Waterford Falls
Westfalls Village
Willow Pond
Winding Creek
Windsor Place
Wyndsor Pointe (New)
Wynngate