Frisco is another fast growing suburb that has increasingly become one of the most popular affluent cities in North Dallas. Beautiful homes, separation from big city life while still being close to everything (both Dallas Love Field and DFW International Airport are less than thirty minutes away), and destination shopping and dining make Frisco a highly desirable location for Dallas Luxury Living.

Frisco’s most luxurious neighborhoods include Chapel Creek, Newman Village, Shaddock Creek, Stonebriar, The Hills of Kingswood, Starwood, Lakes on Legacy, and Latera. Homes are architecturally varied, with traditional homes; English, Mediterranean, and French styles; golf course real estate; and a few contemporary properties. Frisco homes feature stone flooring, iron balusters on multiple staircases, and extensive hardwood flooring in addition to outdoor living spaces, custom pools, and .

Frisco includes the 75034 and 75035 zip codes. The city’s boundaries are 380 to Sam Rayburn Tollway/121 and Stonebrook Parkway to Custer Road.


Small town feel, all the conveniences of suburb/city living, Safe, Good Schools, Proximity to Dallas


Very similar to Plano — Suburban charm and safety, family-focused, city amenities with suburban convenience


The Star, the 91 acre complex and headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys has 22 restaurants, 12 sports bars, and eight patios — including Dee Lincoln Prime, Ascension, Howard Wang’s, Mi Cocina, Neighborhood Services, Tri Tip Grill, and many more. The area also has numerous boutiques and 24 salons. Stonebriar Centre offers more than 200 stores and 34 restaurants — plenty of variety for even the most discerning diner or shopper.


Arts in the Square, Frisco Freedom Fest on the 4th of July, and Christmas in the Square are well-known events that residents look forward to annually. Dallas is less than thirty minutes away, with all it has to offer. Frisco Commons Park has playgrounds, a fishing pond and an amphitheater. Frisco Heritage Museum shows antiques, vintage cars and railroad memorabilia. The Sci-Tech Discovery Center offers children hands-on exhibits related to science and technology.


Frisco ISD (with 73 schools) and 19 private schools.

Frisco ISD is one of the fastest-growing school districts in the country, and for a good reason. The district has a strong focus on academics, offering a wide range of advanced courses, including Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate programs. Frisco ISD is also known for its outstanding athletic programs.

  • Overall Accountability Rating: A (95/100)
  • Accreditation Status: Accredited
  • Boundaries: Serves the majority of Frisco as well as small portions of neighboring McKinneyPlano, and Little Elm
  • Enrollment: 66,000 students
  • Schools: 43 elementary schools, 17 middle schools, 12 high schools
  • Location: 30 miles north of Dallas in Denton and Collin Counties
  • Frisco ISD TEA Profile
  • Frisco ISD District Website
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