Trophy Club, TXHomes for Sale and Neighborhoods
Around Trophy Club
Trophy Club was Texas’ first planned community, and is popular for its golf course and rural setting. It has since grown substantially, and is now known for its community activities, clubs, schools, and organizations. Trophy Club is a well-maintained, community-oriented suburb, and prides itself on a high standard of living, offering residents a variety of amenities and events throughout the year.
Cost of Living
Trophy Club’s cost of living is higher than the state and national averages, primarily due to home prices in the area. Still, Trophy Club tends to be a more affordable place to buy a home than neighboring Westlake and Southlake. Other cost of living factors like health care, groceries, and utilities are on par with state averages.
Trophy Club is about a 30-minute drive from both Fort Worth and Dallas and is bordered by Highway 114 and Highway 377. Driving is the most common form of transportation around Trophy Club, and the community is only 13 miles from the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
Trophy Club is served by the Northwest Independent School District, one of the largest districts in the area. The Northwest ISD operates 18 elementary schools, six middle schools, and three high schools, as well as one accelerated high school. Schools in the immediate Trophy Club area include Lakeview Elementary, Samuel Beck Elementary, Medlin Middle School, and Byron Nelson High School, and the district prides itself on strong academic success and preparing students for higher education.
Trophy Club is home to a handful of parks and greenspace. Independence Park offers a pool, splash pad, and athletic fields, while Harmony Park features a state-of-the-art electronic exercise system for kids and adults, as well as tennis courts and soccer fields. The Trophy Club community pool offers diving boards, water spraying features, and a baby pool. There are also two 18-hole golf courses that are popular among community members.
Trophy Club hosts a variety of events that bring residents of the community together, including family campouts, fun runs, kids cooking classes, wine-themed events, and more. Trophy Club residents also have easy access to Grapevine Lake, a hub for boating, water skiing, fishing, camping, hiking, and biking in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.
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