Plano TX Real Estate
Plano is a city in the suburbs of Dallas, lying mostly in Collin County, with a small portion in Denton County. Boasting a population of 260,000 residents and 75 square miles of land, Plano TX real estate makes up the ninth largest city in Texas. Located 19 miles north of Dallas, Plano is home to four Fortune 1000 companies and headquarters to many major corporations.
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Why Plano Homes For Sale Are The Best
For cities over 250,000, Plano has recently received awards including #1 as the best place to build personal wealth and raise a family, #2 in level of education, and #1 as the safest city in the United States. With a reputation as one of the best places to work and live, Plano homes for sale are predicted to provide residents with a bright future.
Recreational opportunities abound in and around Plano Realty. Whether you enjoy outdoor parks, walking trails, the arts or special events, Plano has something for everyone. The Parks and Recreation Department alone operates and maintains 83 public parks spanning more than 4,000 acres, 70 miles of paved trails, 69 athletic fields, 8 swimming pools, 5 recreation centers, 4 arts and cultural venues, High Point Tennis Center and Pecan Hollow Golf Course and Grille. Whew!
Of course, anyone who loves shopping and dining will never be at a loss for places to go. Plano real estate includes a mix of national retailers, eclectic locally-owned boutiques and many specialty stores. Popular shopping venues include The Shops at Willow Bend, The Shops at Legacy, Collin Creek Mall and the Historic Downtown Plano. All that shopping will surely work up an appetite – which is no problem Plano offers more than 700 full service restaurants that will please all palettes and budgets.
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Conveniently located near to several major roadways, Plano residents have easy access to many metroplex cities. Central Plano is bordered to the east by Highway 75, the west by Dallas North Tollway, the south by President George Bush Turnpike and the north by State Highway 121. In addition, Preston Road, a major thoroughfare, runs through the city.
Plano Independent School District
Plano is served primarily by the Plano Independent School District and has long been a source of pride within the community. Small portions are served by Lewisville, Frisco, and Allen Independent School Districts. In addition to Catholic primary and middle schools, the Catholic Diocese operates John Paul II High School in Plano. Non-Catholic private schools include Plano Christian Academy, Great Lakes Academy, Spring Creek Academy, Prince of Peace Lutheran School and Prestonwood Christian Academy.
For higher education opportunities, Plano is home to two campuses of Collin College as well as SMU-in-Plano - a branch of Southern Methodist University - a graduate university serving the needs of 3,000 working professionals.
Amenities of Plano Homes
Conveniently located near to several major roadways, residents of Plano homes have easy access to many metroplex cities. Central Plano is bordered to the east by Highway 75, the west by Dallas North Tollway, the south by President George Bush Turnpike and the north by State Highway 121. In addition, Preston Road, a major thoroughfare, runs through the city.
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Listing information last updated on August 20th, 2018 at 7:30am CDT.