A Premier Residential Address in Frisco

In a lush setting of 550 acres of woodlands, creeks, and stunning views, Starwood provides upscale living in Frisco. Featuring home designs by premier builders, homes boast square footages varying from around 3,000 to more than 10,000. Homes range in price from the $400’s to over $1M.

Neighborhood Amenities

Amenities include wooded walking trails, a community center, fitness center with indoor sports court and fitness equipment, playground, swimming pools, and tennis courts. The community is enhanced by safety measures like gated entrances and 24/7 security.

Community Events

Starwood brims with a spirit of community, evidenced by enjoyable events such as campouts, fun runs, a Fourth of July Parade, and festive holiday displays. Additional social groups provide residents the opportunity to engage in specific interests such as wine tasting, dinner and play groups.

Convenience to Corporate and Retail

Located off of Lebanon Road just west of the Dallas North Tollway, Starwood is just 2 miles north of Legacy Business Park, providing convenient access to major corporate employers such as Toyota North America, Ericcson, FedEx, FritoLay and PepsiCo.

The neighborhood also offers proximity to Frisco’s more than 9 million square feet of shopping and dining space, including Stonebriar Centre, IKEA, and the shops and cafes of historic Frisco Square.

Neighborhood Schools

Starwood is zoned within the Frisco Independent School District, with neighborhood children attending Spears Elementary, Hunt Middle School, and Frisco High School. In addition, Starwood Montessori School, serving children ages 2 through middle school, emphasizes the “magic of learning for its own sake.”

Frisco Overview

Frisco, located 28 miles north of downtown Dallas, is one of the most desirable suburbs in the DFW Metroplex, with a 300% population growth rate between 2000 and 2014. The city of 136,000 has received honors such as Best Place for Young Families in Texas (, 2014) and America’s Friendliest Towns (Forbes, 2012). Best Cities for First-Time Home Buyers (, 2014), Best Mid-sized Cities for Education in America (, 2015), and Tree City USA.

High-Performing Schools

Frisco I.S.D., home to 50,000 students, has a mission ”to know every student by name and need.” More than 90 percent of Frisco high school graduates go on to higher level education. The district has received distinctions such as Best Communities for Music Education and 100 Best Communities for Young People.

Premier Recreation

Frisco houses a number of premier sporting venues including Dr. Pepper Ballpark (home of The Frisco Roughriders) and Toyota Stadium (home of FC Dallas). The Star, Frisco’s new 12,000 seat stadium, is set to become the practice facility for the Dallas Cowboys.

The City also proves desirable for fitness and nature enthusiasts. It boasts 1,369 acres of developed park space (and another 744 acres of land marked for future park development), 56 miles of hike and bike trails, and 3 golf courses.