in a few words
Fairview is truly a gem when it comes to hidden beauty in North Texas and especially when it comes to community. Quaintly nestled in between Allen and McKinney, this tiny town of less than 10,000 might be small in size but it's the crème de le crème of suburban living. Without their own school district, the affluent residents of Fairview send their lucky offspring to McKinney, Allen and the highly sought after Lovejoy ISD. With an average home value just over $600,000, you'll find vast homes on large lots and acreage, lots of trees, winding roads and sense of community that just feels neighborly, even if your neighbor isn't right next door. Fairview didn't sleep on entertainment and shopping, as the Village at Fairview connects beautifully with the Village at Allen, offering dining, shopping and even concerts and sporting events.
Considering the size of Fairview, it's easy to get to, located just North and East of Allen, off US Highway 75, but blink and you'll miss the exit - that's right, just one exit: Stacy Road. Once you get into Fairview, it's actually fun to let yourself wander. City planners didn't chop and grid here, they let nature lead the way. The result is a more natural, flowing feel to the hardscape. Recently rated the 4th safest city in Texas, Fairview is dedicated to continuing expansion while keeping community values its top priority. Enjoy lots of open spaces and beautifully maintained parks and nature trails that connect to both McKinney and Allen.
With an average home value just over $600,000, Fairview is a diverse mix of 1+-acre lots, sprawling estates and the occasional ranch. Just off Country Club Drive, you'll find the countryside sprinkled with hidden pocket neighborhoods, canopied with live oaks and winding drives, something hard to find anywhere else in the Metroplex. Plenty of new construction, custom builds and pre-existing homes nestled in the natural landscape. There's even a castle, if you can find it, that will take your breath away. Fairview is truly a budding little town that attracts professionals that prefer nature to strip centers, but don't want to live too far away from a Whole Foods or a Mi Cocina.
Considering the historical presence of surrounding cities, Fairview is a late comer, established in 1958.
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