ELEGANCE AND NATURE IN ONE
When you combine large native pecan trees, wooded homesites, hike and bike trails, massive stone walls and luxurious accents with the finest custom builders and Plano schools - you achieve an amazing lifestyle for your family. One where you can live in luxury but feel connected to nature and all it has to offer.
KingsBridge truly is the unique combination of elegance and nature in one.
Surrounded by stately trees and grassy meadows, KingsBridge is all about small-town charm with big city convenience. Situated just ten miles east of Plano, it's a close-knit neighborhood for those seeking the perfect balance of social activities, community pool and serene living, with acres of parks, hike and bike trails and more.
Serviced by the acclaimed Plano Independent School District, KingsBridge is a short distance to local schools, desirable shopping and dining areas. This includes Firewheel Town Center, Fairview Town Center, Watters Creek Town Center and Allen Premium Outlets. Just minutes away is Lavon Lake which offers 25-miles of walking trails and horse riding Trinity Trail with scenic views of birds and natural wildlife.
• Plano schools
• Top rated custom builders
• Homes from the $500,000’s-$1 Million+
• Beautiful stone entrance and stone bridges
• Wooded and creekside homesites
• Country atmosphere close to city conveniences
• Beautifully planned community
KingsBridge has a number of spectacular homesites from 1 to 6 acres – all in the Plano ISD - that can be purchased to build your dream home. Wooded and picturesque creekside lots are available to individuals and approved custom builders. For more information contact Pam Powers at 214.264.1786
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Students who live in KingsBridge are served by the Plano Independent School District – one of the most awarded districts in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Plano ISD boasts one of the highest performances on college entrance exams in the nation and 94.6% of Plano ISD students pursue higher education after graduation. Twenty-three Plano ISD schools have captured the prestigious National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence honor - awarded by the U.S. Department of Education - and all 66 of its rated schools “Met Standard” in all applicable state indices on state mandated STAAR (State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness) tests. The Plano ISD is well-known for its extra-curricular activities as well, giving all students a chance to explore sports, scholastic and music and art programs in addition to academics.
Recently, Plano ISD was awarded as one of the "Best 100 Communities for Music Education in America" in surveys conducted by several national music and education organizations.
Located on the border of both Wylie and Parker, Texas as a resident you will get to experience all that two great cities have to offer.
Wylie was recently named the #25 Best Place to Live in the U.S., and the editors noted that Wylie residents, “still like to get together for good times.” Downtown events include Pedal Car Races, held in early May; Bluegrass on Ballard, the July music festival; and Boo on Ballard, the Halloween trick-or-treat event. Wylie Arts Festival, held in early December at the First Baptist Wylie Event Center, 200 N. Ballard, is an annual event featuring arts and crafts, a Christmas parade down Ballard, and the tree lighting in Olde City Park, accompanied by Mayor Eric Hogue’s traditional reading of “The Night Before Christmas.” Shopping … dining … hometown businesses … community events … there’s something for everyone in historic downtown Wylie.
Parker is proud to offer our citizens country living at its finest. Our farming and livestock roots can be found everywhere. Even though our population has increased to over 3,500 persons, one can still find spacious lots for homes uncommon to the atmospheres of more densely populated adjoining cities. Parker retains the beauty and atmosphere found only in the country, with close-by city conveniences such as shopping malls, high-quality Plano and Allen schools, fire and police protection, city water, and environmental concerns for waste recycling.
Before there was Wylie, there was a small town called Nickelville. Some say it was so named because a nickel store was located there.
150 years ago the area that is now Parker was covered with prairie grass, grass so high and thick that the first settlers here had to burn their fields two years straight to prepare the land for farming.
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KingsBridge is a master-planned community developed by Cambridge Companies who are based in Dallas, Texas. Cambridge was formed in 1969 and has developed numerous master planned communities in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex including Mustang Lakes, Summerfields, Meadow Creek, Cross Creek, Chase Oaks, Westridge and Creekside. Future communities include Cambridge Crossing (2017) and The Parks at Wilson Creek (2018).
For information about Cambridge Companies, contact (214) 691-2556.