|STARWOOD located in Frisco|
Starwood's more than 550 acres rest atop one of the highest points in Collin County in one of the areas most spectacular natural settings. Just as it has for decades, a tributary of Stewart's Creek traverses the property. You'll stroll its banks in the shad of mature Spanish oaks and other native hardwoods. The community's developers have strived to enhance as well as preserve the natural beauty of the site with meticulous landscaping of all common areas. Starwood's landmark tower is a beacon to residents and visitors along the North Dallas Tollway. Starwood's gate system allows easy access to the community during daylight business and recreation hours. During the daytime the gates are left open. In the evening the gates automatically close, allowing access to residents only. Residents may provide access at their discretion to visitors when entry is requested from the gate's phone system.
Starwood has been designed as a haven for families and individuals seeking a more relaxed, unobtrusive lifestyle. A 6000 sq ft community center offering indoor half court basketball area, and adjoining cardiovascular weight training equipment and room for c9ommunity meetins, movie nights, scouts, etc. The community pool is designed to accommodate lap swimming as well as social interaction.
Starwood's playground features a wide variety of playtime activities, swings, slides, bridges and climbing areas plus 2 outdoor sport courts provide opportunities for tennis and basketball.
To appreciate the beauty of Starwood walk down the community's hike and bike trails beginning at the community entry and beautifully manicured Frisco public park. The trail winds up the creek shaded by huge trees and is interconnected by a sidewalk system by a complete 4.3 mile walking/jogging path along interior roads. With water views and heavily treed creeks, Starwood is truly a magnificent village. Luxury residences range in price from $400 to $4,000,000. For a complete listing of available homes and prices in Starwood call Miogene Alexander 940-390-2355 or email her at email@example.com
|Ballonfest in Plano|
A thriving economy, award-winning schools, outstanding libraries, spacious parkland internationally-recognized accredited Police and Fire Departments, easy access to four airports, a municipal government willing to partner with business for success, the hometown choice of over 243,500 residents and corporate giants such as JC Penny, EDS, Frito-Lay, Alcatel and Dr. Pepper...that Plano, Texas
The largest city in Collin County, located 20 miles north of downtown Dallas, Plano continues to garner national accolades for its quality of lifestyle, environmential initiatives and opportunities to economic development.
In January 2004, CNN Money designated Plano its top place to live in the Western United States (cities over 100,000). This is clearly substantiated by Plano's citizens, who in February 2004 survey, ranked Plano as "the best" or on of the best places to live in the Metroplex with a 72.7% approval rate.
Plano remains the only City in Texas to hold an "AAA" Bond Rating by three of the nations top bond rating companies, attesting to its strong tas base and financial management. Atracting and retaining some of the nations top Corporate 500 companies and best small businessess in the region has become the "norm". A revitalized, award-winning Downtown and curltural arts theatre has made the area a regional destination, with the influx of DART light rail opening Plano to thousands of new faces who chose to work, shop and even relocate in Plano.