Kings Ridge

Located in a charming area of northwest Plano, Kings Ridge offers homes ranging from 3,000 to 6,000 square feet and priced from the $400’s to $1.25M.

The 214-acre neighborhood is notable for its festive community spirit. In fact, a 2014 HOA survey revealed that residents rank friendly and engaged neighbors as the factor they appreciate most about Kings Ridge.

Community Spirit

On patriotic holidays, the neighborhood’s three exterior entrances are adorned with 150 U.S. flags. For a number of years, Kings Ridge has hosted the largest National Night Out in Plano, partnering with city and school officials to reinforce the neighborhood’s commitment and dedication to community, family, and safety. Other community events include Neighborhood Movie Night, Girls Night Out, and an Adult Holiday Party.

Kings Ridge is beautifully landscaped with lovely ponds, which showcase another unique aspect of the neighborhood’s community spirit. Residents enjoy watching two swans glide through one of the neighborhood’s ponds. A group of neighbors takes turns caring for the swans, using donations to pay for their upkeep and food.

Corporate and Retail Convenience

Located just south of Sam Rayburn Tollway between Spring Creek Parkway and Shadow Rock Drive, the neighborhood is within close proximity to an extraordinary amount of shopping and dining options. Just west of the neighborhood, Grandscape, a new 400-acre mixed used development, promises to be a huge retail draw. Also nearby, Stonebriar Centre offers desirable retail and dining like Nordstrom and Cheesecake Factory and The Shops at Legacy provides an eclectic assortment of boutiques and restaurants like Kendra Scott and Del Frisco’s Grille.

The convenient location makes for a short commute to nearby Legacy Business Park, which is home to corporate giants like Toyota North America, Ericsson, FedEx, FritoLay and PepsiCo.

Neighborhood Schools

Kings Ridge is zoned within the Lewisville Independent School District with neighborhood children attending Hicks Elementary, Arbor Creek Middle School, and Hebron High School.

Plano Overview

Plano, a City with over 260,000 residents, is located approximately 20 miles north of downtown Dallas. Plano is home to 6 Fortune 1000 companies and the headquarters of several other major corporations. Plano has accumulated numerous awards including Best City for Families (wallethub.com, 2014), Best Suburbs for Education in America (movoto.com, 2014), Safest Places in America (movoto.com, 2014), and Best City to Raise a Family in America (niche.com, 2015).

Exceptional Schools

Plano I.S.D. is a highly-regarded school district, which educates 55,000 children across 70 campuses. Twenty-three Plano ISD schools have captured the prestigious National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence honor, awarded by the U.S. Department of Education. In addition, the City provides easy access to a number of institutions of higher learning including Collin College, The University of Texas at Dallas, SMU-In-Plano, and Dallas Baptist University North.

Outdoor Amenities and Events

The City boasts over 3,000 acres of park space, including hike and bike trails and nature preserves. A number of recreation centers, splash grounds, pools, and waterslides add to the City’s recreational opportunities.

Each year, Plano residents look forward to many events including: Plano Balloon Festival, Suburbia Music Fest, All-American Fourth, Feastival, and Dickens in Historic Downtown.

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