Where to Find New Construction Homes in Frisco
Frisco is more than just a suburb 25 miles north of Dallas. This town has actually been in existence since 1845 when it was a stop along the Shawnee Trail—which is still there today, only now you would better know it as Preston Road.
Frisco continued to grow as a suburb of Dallas, but interest in Frisco really took off after receiving some significant attention in 2009, when Money magazine named it one of the best places to live in the U.S. Then in 2017, it was named the fastest-growing city in the nation. As you can imagine, that spurred a lot of growth in new homes in Frisco.
Frisco still has a handful of older homes for sale; “older” is a relative term in this newer suburb though, with most home development here beginning in the 1980s. But if you want to find an area with mostly newer construction homes in Frisco, here’s where to look.
Opened in 2019, Park Vista is one of the newest housing developments in Frisco. Here, you’ll find homes in a variety of styles, including Craftsman, Colonial, and Georgian. This neighborhood is perfect for those who don’t want to maintain a lot of yard work as most are patio homes with small yards. However, there's plenty of greenspace in the community to enjoy, with four parks that encompass a total of seven acres.
Newman Village is a community that has been around long enough to get organized. The first phases of construction were built around 2010, but new phases of development are continuing. This gated community centers around a pavilion that features a community clubhouse, pool, and decorative fountains. Homes in this community encompass a wide variety of styles, including Mediterranean, European, and Southern, with the average home sitting on a quarter-acre lot.
All the homes are zoned to attend the well-rated Frisco ISD, with schools ranking a 9 or 10 according to GreatSchools. The community is located at West Eldorado Parkway and Legacy Drive, and home prices range from the high $600s to over $1 million.
Phillips Creek Ranch is one of the newest developments in Frisco. The community is distinctive because it incorporates the land of a former ranch’s natural environment into the development, so you have over 100 acres of lakes, creeks, trees, and trails. Home styles tend toward the contemporary, although a variety of styles are represented.
This isn't the most affordable community, with home prices reaching over $1.3 million plus homeowner’s association fees. But what you get in exchange for the higher home values are great amenities like a junior Olympic lap pool, a beach-entry children’s pool, and an open-air pavilion that hosts concerts and movie nights.
Somerset Park offers a way to get a Frisco address that’s zoned to the excellent Frisco ISD without spending as much as some other neighborhoods. This community features newer construction with homes built between 2018 and 2020. Recently closed prices range from the low $400s to the low $600s. Homeowners association fees are minimal. It may not have as many amenities as some other communities but still gives you all the benefits of living in Frisco.
Lexington Country is another newer development with homes built between 2017 and 2020. Homes range from spacious two-bedroom condos to sprawling luxury homes on large lots. The master-planned, gated community is located just off of Coit Road between Eldorado Parkway and Main Street, putting you close to The Star and Frisco’s hottest shopping districts.
The community itself also features an expansive greenbelt, a resort-style pool, and an amenity center that has both a fitness center and an event space with a wraparound porch. Home prices range from the low $300s to over $1.2 million.
Edgestone at Legacy is an upscale community located in West Frisco, just 20 miles from Downtown Dallas and 25 minutes from the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Located near the intersection of Legacy Drive and Stonebrook Parkway, this housing community is still under construction but will be home to 660 families on 304 acres.
You’ll love the upscale touches on the properties and the resort-style amenities such as a pool complex, a fitness center, and miles of trails throughout the master-planned community. Schools are zoned to Frisco ISD, and residents are within a short distance of the hottest shopping and dining destinations in Frisco. Current home prices range from the mid $900s to over $1.2 million.
Hollyhock is a new development in northwest Frisco. With room for just 637 families, Hollyhock is intentionally small so that you can have a close-knit, small-town feel, where neighbors know each other. The homes are moderately priced, with recent closed prices ranging from the high $300s to the low $700s, and all have been built between 2016 and 2020.
The community also offers a lot of amenities like a resort-style pool and outdoor kitchen while retaining a feeling of nature. You’re still in the desirable Frisco ISD and just minutes away from downtown Frisco, but you’ll feel like you’re far away.
Rivendale is a mid-priced option with newer construction, with most homes built between 2014 and 2018. The recent closed home prices range from the high $200s to the low $400s, with reasonable homeowner’s association fees ranging between just $450 to $600 per year.
The community isn't in the Frisco ISD, which explains why it’s so much more reasonable, but it still has a Frisco address. Plus, residents are extremely close to Lewisville Lake for outdoor recreation, and they having use of the community pool. All the great shopping and dining options in Frisco are just minutes away.