Best Neighborhoods Mckinney Texas
McKinney Texas was official established in 1913. It consists of roughly 63 square miles and 156,821 residents and about 55,489 homes. This beautiful north Texas town sits in Collin county and is 32 miles north of Dallas.
The best McKinney neighborhood list includes:
- Auburn Hills
- Hardin Lake
- Mallard Lakes
- Stonebridge Estates
- Trinity Falls
- Tucker Hill
The neighborhoods on our list of best of McKinney neighborhoods are in no particular order. Have fun reading this article and we'd love to hear your opinion at the end of the article in the comments section...
Adreiatica is a $350 million, 45-acre mixed-use project on Virginia Parkway and Stonebridge Drive and is modeled after Supetar, a small fishing village on the island of Brac off the coast of Croatia. The whole purpose of Adriatica was to bring back the spirit of village life and community.
You can purchase either a condo or villa with features you would expect in a modern executive home. For example: open floorplans, high end counter tops, handscraped wood floors, wine bars, and so on.
Children attend the McKinney Independent School District, including Glenoaks Elementary School, Dowell Middle School, and McKinney Boyd High School.
Auburn Hills is in McKinney Texas just North of Hwy 380 and adjacent to Baylor hospital. The 100-acre Gray Branch Community Park sits across the street. Giving residents access to an indoor and outdoor recreation facility along with active sports fields, an amphitheater, pond and plenty of hike and bike trails.
Auburn Hills features walking trails, lakes, an on site amenity center and many other amenities. Currently 859 homes sites have been approved in the rolling hills of this neighborhood. The Children of Auburn Hills will attend the awesome Prosper ISD.
Children attend the McKinney Independent School District, including McClure Elementary School, Johnson Middle School, and McKinney North High School.
Hardin Lake is truly a special place to live. The community is on a quiet side road off of Hardin and boasts a beautiful lake along the southern border of the neighborhood. Trees line the southern border as well. Since Hardin Lake is built on a hillside the lots are terraced with stone retaining walls. This ensures beautiful views from all the homes.
Children attend the McKinney Independent School District, including Valley Creek Elementary School, Faubion Middle School, and McKinney High School.
Being a part of Stone Bridge Ranch provides residents with all the great Stonebridge amenities. As a gated neighborhood, residents are provided with an extra layer of security.
Residents can take advantage of the country club, tennis, golf, restaurants within walking distance, social events and much more.
Children attend the McKinney Independent School District, including Bennett Elementary School, Dowell Middle School, and McKinney Boyd High School.
Mallard Lakes is a very beautiful and unique neighborhood. Homes sit on large lots and the neighborhoods is up on a hill off of Virginia in McKinney. When you enter the neighborhood you get a sense of peacefulness due to the majestic homes and mature trees.
Children attend the McKinney Independent School District, including Walker Elementary School, Faubion Middle School, and McKinney Boyd High School. The exemplary rated elementary school is across from the neighborhood making it very convenient for parents and students.
Serenity has a long and unique heritage in McKinney. You see, it was originally the McKinney Country Club and Golf Course. Located in the Lovejoy ISD and sitting next to the 600 acre Heard MuseumNature Preserve, this is a neighborhood with tons of charm.
Serenity is a neighborhood in Mckinney, Texas that consists of single-family homes that are of the traditional style. All the homes were built between 2010 and 2013. Homes average 5,100 square feet with five bedrooms and five bathrooms. The average lot size is a minimum of one half-acre with have four car garages.
Wow! Just Wow!
Thats usually the reaction from folks that drive through Stonebridge Ranch for the first time. Mature trees line the winding streets that over look peaceful fishing ponds with kids holding poles during the summer months. The golf course patrons are enjoying the views and the course and everyone is having fun at the sandy beach entry pool. This is a day in the life of Stonebridge...
Stonebridge is unique due to its size of 5,000 acres in total and 500 acres reserved as open space. The neighborhood consists of 72 villages that will have an appeal for everyone.
Children attend the McKinney Independent School District at Bennett Elementary School, Dowell Middle School, and McKinney Boyd High School.
Tucker Hills is a front porch neighborhood, literally. The whole neighborhood is designed with a brownstone style feel. Virtually every home has a front porch near the street where neighbors walk by, say "hi" and visit with each other. Norman Rockwall eat your heart out...
Tucker Hill has homes ranging in size from 1,800 square feet to over 5,000. Lots sizes range from 41' to 72'. Both rear entry and front entry homes are available. Fiber-optic to the door. There will be approximately 650 homes. Prices range from the high 200's to over 800k.
The children of Tucker Hill are served by the awesome Prosper ISD.
Trinity Falls consists of 1,700 acres near the Trinity River and a short drive from the newly expanded Hwy 75. This makes commuting easy for the residents of Trinity Falls.
Residents enjoy amenities such as an open air pavilion and fireplace, clubhouse, a beach entry pool and an actual tricycle race track.
Many master planned communities are employing "lifestyle directors" to keep events and the fun happening for the residents. Trinity Falls is no exception.
Students living in Trinity Falls attend McKinney Independent School District, Naomi Press Elementary School, Johnson Middle School, and McKinney North High School.
You can find all the builders and amenities on our detail page about Trinity Falls.