Boasting a mindset of “living well and playing hard,” Frisco’s Heritage Lakes is a guarded/gated community offering homes averaging from 2,000 to 4,500 square feet and priced from the $300’s to the $400’s. A series of lakes with fountains accents the neighborhood, giving many homes scenic lake views.
The neighborhood boasts an array of resort-style amenities including an impressive 6,000 sq.ft. clubhouse with a stone fireplace and spectacular wall of windows, as well as a ballroom, craft room, billiards room, and fitness center. Outdoor recreational amenities include a 9-hole golf course, lap pool, pool with lazy river and tropical landscaping, cabana, hot tub, playground, basketball court, fishing lakes and biking/walking trails.
Residents are required to get membership to the Lakes Tennis Academy. The membership includes use of the tennis courts, ball machine, complimentary league play, pool and lounge, as well as shower and locker room privileges. All programming such as private tennis lessons, junior tennis camps, classes, and swimming lessons are offered at a reduced rate.
Neighborhood community spirit is fostered through events like Casino Night, Family Game Night, ice cream socials, drawing and painting opportunities, a community garage sale, and a Little Free Library.
Convenient to Retail and Corporate
Located south of Lebanon Road and west of Legacy Drive, Heritage Lakes is within close proximity to an extraordinary amount of shopping and dining options. To the south, Grandscape, a future 400-acre mixed used development, promises to be a huge retail draw. To the north, Stonebriar Centre and IKEA provide additional shopping and dining.
The prime 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.
Heritage Lakes is zoned within the Lewisville Independent School District. Neighborhood children attend Hicks Elementary, Arbor Creek Middle School, Hebron 9th Grade Center, and Hebron High School.
Located 28 miles north of Dallas, Frisco reigns as one of the most highly-coveted locales in the DFW Metroplex. With 136,000 residents and numerous family-friendly attractions, Frisco 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.
With a student population numbering 50,000, Frisco I.S.D. proclaims “to know every student by name and need.” With more than 90 percent of graduates pursuing post-secondary education, the District is highly regarded. It has received honors such as Best Communities for Music Education and 100 Best Communities for Young People.
Sports and Recreation
A number of professional sports teams call Frisco home. Dr. Pepper Ballpark hosts The Frisco Roughriders (the Texas Ranger’s AA affiliate), and professional soccer team FC Dallas plays at 20,000 seat Toyota Stadium. Even the Dallas Cowboys, who play regular season games at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, are preparing to move their practice facilities and corporate headquarters to Frisco. The Team will share The Star, a 12,000 seat stadium, with Frisco I.S.D.
The City also boasts 1,369 acres of developed park space (with 744 acres of open space set aside for future park development), and offers exhilarating recreation like ice skating, indoor skydiving, and indoor rock climbing.
Frisco maintains a close spirit of community through festivals and events like the Frisco Freedom Fest, an action-packed event held over the Independence Day holiday. Each holiday season, Christmas in the Square transforms the downtown square into a winter wonderland.