Trophy Club is a planned community with well-maintained neighborhoods, manicured parks and convenient shopping. Homes in Trophy Club are generally spacious family homes with luxury finishes and amenities. The average home price is $428,000 with a high of $965,000 and $119,000 being the statewide median. Start shopping for Trophy Club homes for sale.
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Tucked away on the shores of Lake Grapevine in Denton County, the community of Trophy Club is a master planned community offering spacious homes and a luxury atmosphere to its residents overlooking 36 holes of country club golf. With over 8,000 residents, Trophy Club provides its residents with everything they would expect in a small town, and it offers ample recreational opportunities for its residents.
What this community is known for is its luxury homes. Even the more affordable homes within the Trophy Club community have the luxurious touches affluent buyers’ desire. Stately, two-story estate homes are common, and many are newly built. Buyers will find many homes overlooking the golf course, making it easy to enjoy the greens of the Trophy Club Country Club. Browse the newest real estate listings in Trophy Club, TX.
Parents can expect stellar public school opportunities. Local students attend schools in the Northwest Independent School District. The district is considered one of the fastest-growing in the region. The youngest students attend Lakeview Elementary School or Samuel Beck Elementary School. When they enter middle school, Medlin Middle School welcomes them. High school students will attend Byron Nelson High School or Northwest High School.
Samuel Beck Elementary School and Medlin Middle School both receive a rare 10 out of 10 rating from GreatSchools.org, Byron Nelson High School received an 8 out of 10 rating. The Northwest Independent School District received a 9 out of 10 overall. Students will enjoy small class sizes, dedicated teachers and a rich extracurricular environment that includes sports, arts, music and more.
Following high school, students may attend the University of North Texas which offers a comprehensive degree programs including a full graduate program. The University of Texas at Arlington is another excellent school with more than 180 complete degree programs. Find homes in Trophy Club by school district.
Many of the residents in Trophy Club work in professional trades such as scientific and technical services, finance and insurance, and other management positions. Fort Worth is home to 18 Fortune 500 companies including ExxonMobil and AT&T. The largest employers in Fort Worth are American Airlines, Texas Health Resources and Lockheed Martin. Dallas is home to nine Fortune 500 Companies including Southwest Airlines, HollyFrontier and Texas Instruments. The top employers in Dallas are Texas Instruments, Dallas Independent School District, and Baylor Health Care System.
Trophy Club is located just off State Highway 114 and is about 30 miles northwest of Dallas. It is about 28 miles north of Fort Worth, and has easy access to the city via I-35W. The Fort Worth Transportation Authority has bus service to Alliance, about eight miles from Trophy Club. If you're headed out of town, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is a quick 25 minute drive down Highway 114.
Trophy Club is a carefully designed community that provides ample recreational opportunities to its residents. With a swim and tennis center, Trophy Club provides fitness and recreation opportunities all year long. The community has an equestrian center, so horse lovers can spend time with their favorite equine companions. Parks and green space are found around almost every corner in the community, so residents have plenty of space to enjoy their favorite recreational opportunities.
The focal point of the community is two 18-hole golf courses, and residents can often be found enjoying a round or two of golf on the weekend or in the evening after work. Trophy Club boasts 1,000 total acres of trails and parks, including a dog park and wading park, so active living is encouraged.
With its close proximity to the Dallas/Fort Worth area, residents can expect world class entertainment and dining while enjoying a quiet neighborhood at home for relaxing and spending time with the family. Fort Worth is home to the Kimbell Art Museum which houses Michelangelo's first painting. The Fort Worth Museum of Science and Industry recently moved into a new building and houses more than 175,000 objects and exhibits.
The Dallas Opera attracts world-class performers, as well as the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Anyone who loves stage performances will enjoy the Dallas Theater center for its wide variety of shows that rotate on a regular basis.
Sports enthusiasts will enjoy a wide variety of professional sports arenas including the MetLife Stadium where a Dallas Cowboys football game can be enjoyed and the Rangers Ballpark that is home of the Texas Rangers baseball team. The Dallas Mavericks entertain basketball fans at the American Airlines Center and hockey fans won't feel left out as they enjoy Dallas Stars games at the Scottrade Center.
Closer to home, Trophy Club has its own parks and recreation programs to keep the whole family fit and happy. Harmony Park is spread over 13 acres and features soccer fields, tennis courts, basketball courts and a playgrounds. The park has restrooms, water fountains, and a 1.8-mile path for running and biking. There is a covered pavilion with picnic tables that can accommodate up to 40 people and is available for party reservations. The park also features the state-of-the-art NEOS system, an outdoor electronic gaming system that is interactive and encourages exercise for both children and adults.
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