Willow Bend Polo Estates provides luxury living in West Plano with 3,000 to 6,000 square foot homes ranging in price from the $500’s to over $1M. Estate homesites and luxury residences line quiet streets – many constructed on cul de sacs to maximize privacy.
Country Club Amenities
The neighborhood’s name gives a historical nod to the polo fields, previously known as Willow Bend Polo and Hunt Club, that once dotted the area. Still today, recreation is important to many residents of Willow Bend Polo Estates. The neighborhood enjoys the amenities of Gleneagles Country Club, including 36 holes of golf, tennis courts, swimming pools, workout facilities, and casual dining, all within steps from home.
Retail and Fine Dining
Located just east of the Dallas North Tollway, between Park Boulevard and Parker Road, the neighborhood provides easy access to an assortment of fine retail and dining. Just across the Tollway, The Shops at Willow Bend brims with high-end stores like Restoration Hardware and Neiman Marcus. Lakeside Market houses upscale shops, restaurants, and salons while Preston Park Village includes favorites like Williams Sonoma, Talbots and White House Black Market. Popular grocers Whole Foods Market and Trader Joe’s are nearby.
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 headquarters several other major corporations. Plano has accumulated numerous awards, such as 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).
Willow Bend Polo is zoned within the Plano Independent School District, with neighborhood children attending Centennial Elementary, Renner Middle School, Shepton High School, and Plano West Senior High.
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 Attractions 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 Plano’s recreational opportunities.
Plano residents enjoy many fun-filled annual festivals including: Plano Balloon Festival, Suburbia Music Fest, All-American Fourth, Festival, and Dickens in Historic Downtown.