Nestled into a desirable area of Frisco, Chapel Creek is a luxury community priced from the $800’s to over $2M for homes ranging in size from 4,000 to over 6,000 square feet. Lots ranging in size from a quarter acre to one acre provide plenty of room for premium outdoor features.
The neighborhood’s homes display various architectural styles including Traditional brick, French Country, Mediterranean villa, and Old-World European.
Chapel Creek boasts a plethora of community recreational amenities including hike and bike trails, a greenbelt and green spaces, a playground, and jogging trails.
Retail and Dining
Located off Parkwood Boulevard between Stonebrook Parkway and Wade Boulevard, Chapel Creek puts residents within easy reach of a wide variety of shopping and dining options. Just minutes away, Stonebriar Centre offers both high-end and mainstream shops. Adjacent to the Mall, IKEA provides access to Scandinavian-style furnishings.
Chapel Creek is zoned within the highly-regarded Frisco Independent School District. Neighborhood children attend Spears Elementary, Hunt Middle School, and Frisco High School.
Frisco, located about 30 miles north of Dallas, is one of the most desirable suburbs in the DFW Metroplex. The city of 136,000 has received honors such as Best Place for Young Families in Texas (nerdwallet.com, 2014) and America’s Friendliest Towns (Forbes, 2012). Best Cities for First-Time Home Buyers (wallethub.com, 2014), Best Mid-sized Cities for Education in America (movoto.com, 2015), and Tree City USA.
Frisco I.S.D., educating 50,000 students each school year, has a mission ”to know every student by name and need.” More than 90 percent of the district’s graduates go on to post-secondary education. The District has received honors such as Best Communities for Music Education and 100 Best Communities for Young People.
Frisco serves as home to a number of pro sports team. The Frisco Roughriders (the Texas Ranger’s AA affiliate) play at Dr. Pepper Ballpark while pro soccer team FC Dallas entertains fans at 20,000-seat Toyota Stadium. Even the Dallas Cowboys are preparing a move to Frisco, where they’re relocating their practice facilities and corporate headquarters. The Team will partner with Frisco I.S.D. in sharing The Star, a 12,000 seat stadium.
Outdoor Recreation and Events
The City also provides expansive green space with 1,369 acres of developed park space (and another 744 acres of land marked for future park development). Other Frisco recreational opportunities include ice skating, indoor rock climbing, and indoor skydiving.
Frisco embraces its rapid growth while maintaining a spirit of community with events like the Frisco Freedom Fest, a patriotic festival that coincides with Independence Day. And Christmas in the Square turns Frisco’s downtown square into a winter wonderland each holiday season.