Located in southwest Frisco, The Lakes on Legacy offers 275 homes ranging in size from 2,700 to 7,400 square feet. Equipped with 2-6 bedrooms and up to 5 bathrooms, homes are priced from the mid $200’s to approximately $1.5M.
Neighborhood amenities include fishing ponds, hike and bike trails, a playground, and an area with a 24-hour gated entrance. Includes in the Homeowner’s Association dues it tennis/swim membership at The Lakes Tennis Academy, located across Legacy Drive.
The Lakes on Legacy is zoned within the Lewisville Independent School District, including Hicks Elementary (located within the neighborhood), Arbor Creek Middle School, Hebron 9th Grade Center, and Hebron High School.
Located west of Legacy Drive and south of Lebanon Road, the neighborhood provides easy access to numerous high-end shopping and dining options. From Nordstrom and Cheesecake Factory at nearby Stonebriar Centre to an eclectic assortment of boutiques and restaurants like Kendra Scott and Del Frisco’s Grille at The Shops at Legacy, the area is ripe with retail offerings.
Frisco, a city of 136,000, located 28 miles north of Dallas, ranks as one of the most highly-regarded communities in the DFW Metroplex. The town 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. educates 50,000 students with its mission ”to know every student by name and need.” More than 90 percent of Frisco I.S.D. graduates continue on to post-secondary education. The District has received numerous accolades, including 100 Best Communities for Young People and Best Communities for Music Education.
Premier Sporting Venues
Frisco is home to a burgeoning number of professional sports. The Frisco Roughriders (the Texas Ranger’s AA affiliate) play at beautiful and family-friendly Dr. Pepper Ballpark. FC Dallas, a professional soccer team, plays at 20,000-seat Toyota Stadium. And the Dallas Cowboys are preparing to move their corporate headquarters and practice facilities to Frisco, where the Team will share The Star, a 12,000-seat stadium, with Frisco I.S.D.
Outdoor Recreation and Events
Frisco appeals to fitness enthusiasts and nature lovers with its 1,369 acres of developed park space (and 744 acres of undeveloped park space). In addition, the City offers diverse recreational opportunities from ice skating to indoor rock climbing and indoor skydiving.
Frisco embraces its rapid growth without relinquishing the feel of a close-knit community with events like the Frisco Freedom Fest, an action-packed festival held over the Independence Day holiday. And Christmas in the Square blankets the downtown square in “snow,” creating a magical winter wonderland each December.