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The Hills of Kingswood is a luxurious gated-community conveniently located west of the North Dallas Tollway close to Hwy 121. This community offers resort-style living with 24 hour gated access. This community is unique in that it backs to a beautiful wooded, creek area that is superb for hiking, biking and a little catch and release fishing. Its rolling hills make for some beautiful views of sunsets.
The Hills of Kingswood Neighborhood Information
Where exactly is The Hills of Kingswood located?
The Hills of Kingswood is located in southwest Frisco. It is on the south side of Lebanon, west of Legacy Drive.
What is the average price of the homes in The Hills of Kingswood?
The average home in The Hills of Kingswood is priced between $395,000 and $500,000. Additionally, new construction on custom homes are currently underway that will be significantly higher.
What is the average age of the homes?
The Hills of Kingswood is a new subdivision that is currently under construction. The first home was started in 2009.
What is the average size of the homes?
The Hills of Kingswood has various lots available for construction of your new home. Minimum square footage requirements are between 2,800 SF in the Chateau lots to 5,500 SF in the Estates lots.
How long do homes stay on the market?
While there are not many pre-owned homes for sale in this community, new builder inventory homes are typically on the market for about three months.
Why do residents choose to live in The Hills of Kingswood?
Residents choose homes in The Hills of Kingswood because they are looking for a new subdivision within the Lewisville School District. Additionally, many enjoy the rolling hills and hike and wooded greenbelt bordering the community.
What are the public schools like?
The Hills of Kingswood is located in the city of Frisco but falls within the Lewisville Independent School District. The LISD prides itself on its long-standing tradition of educational excellence. Many families move into LISD because of the commitment to student success. LISD also has six National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence, which is the highest designation a school can earn by the United States Department of Education.
Annually, the LISD receives numerous academic accolades and finance awards, which is a reflection of their quality teachers and staff. LISD’s highly qualified team is what makes the district a premiere school system in Texas!
Hicks Elementary serves children from kindergarten to 5th grade. In 2011, Hicks Elementary received an "Exemplary" rating by the Texas Education Agency.
Griffin Middle School serves children from 6th to 8th grade. In 2011, Arbor Creek received an "Acceptable” rating by the Texas Education Agency.
The Colony High School serves students from 9th to 12th grades. In 2011, Hebron High received an "Acceptable" rating by the Texas Education Agency.
How close are the schools to The Hills of Kingswood?
Hicks Elementary is located at 3651 Compass Dr, Frisco, TX 75034. It is in the subdivision located on the east side of The Hills of Kingswood and is about a two-minute drive.
Griffin Middle School is located at 5105 North Colony Blvd. in The Colony. It is located about 5.5 miles from The Hills of Kingswood and the commute is around 10 minutes.
The Colony High School is located at 4301 Blair Oaks Drive in The Colony. It is located about 6.5 miles from The Hills of Kingswood and the commute is around 13 minutes.
Are there any private schools nearby?
There are several private schools near The Hills of Kingswood.
There are at least 5 pre-schools within a 5-mile radius, as well as several “drop-in” daycare options.
What type of amenities is offered?
24 Hour Gated Access
Creek and Wooded Greenbelt feeding into Lake Lewisville
Where do people go out to eat or shop for groceries in The Hills of Kingswood?
Here is a list of some of our favorite restaurants & grocery stores where you are sure to run into a few of your neighbors.
Tru Fire Kitchen & Bar
Bonnie Ruth's Café
Tupy's Mexican Restaurant
Alfredo's Pasta & Pizza
Isabella's Italian Restaurant
Silver Fox Steak House
Wal-Mart Neighborhood Grocery
Where do people workout?
Many of your neighbors take advantage of the on site exercise facility or spend time at the Lakes Tennis Academy workout area. Additionally, the City of Frisco Athletic Center is widely utilized by many residents. It is a two-story facility located at the southeast corner of Preston Road and Wade Boulevard. It spans over 100,000 square feet and includes an indoor and outdoor aquatic center.
For those of you that already own memberships to other gyms, The Hills of Kingswood is situated between three different 24 Hour Fitness facilities. Off of Preston Road in Frisco you will find an LA Fitness and just a little south in Plano is a nice Lifetime Fitness Facility. Additionally, Frisco is home to two different YMCA Facilities.
What kind of organized sports are offered?
The City of Frisco was named "The Best Place to Raise an Athlete" by Men's Journal. This was in recognition of the city’s commitment to Youth and Adult sports alike. Additionally, city managers have aggressively pursued professional sports teams in an effort to encourage them to make Frisco their home. As a result, more than 8,000 games are played on the city's first-class sports fields and venues.
Through a partnership between the City of Frisco, the Frisco Independent School District, Hunt Sports Group and Collin County, Pizza Hut Park, a $105 million public-private complex was built in 2005. This 20,000-seat arena is a popular venue for soccer matches, high school football, concerts and much more.
Frisco Sports Council
The Frisco Sports Council is comprised of non-profit volunteer organizations that implement and manage several youth and adult athletic leagues, tournaments and programs for the community. You have come to the right place if you are interested in participating in a team or individual sport. Find out why more than 15,000 Frisco residents align themselves with these nationally recognized youth and adult sports associations.
The Parks & Recreation Department also offers a variety of youth athletic classes and camps throughout the year.
What is the traffic like when commuting from The Hills of Kingswood?
While you are not going to want to leave home from your terrific community, recent road construction and expansion makes commuting much easier than in years past. Commute times obviously vary depending upon time of day but these will give you a good idea when planning your schedule.
Metro Business Centers
Legacy Business Center in Plano
Las Colinas Business Center
North Dallas Business Center
Downtown Fort Worth
Fort Worth, TX
How long does it take to drive to the airports?
The Hills of Kingswood is approximately 26 miles from the DFW airport and is about a 33-minute drive. Dallas' Love Field is approximately 25 Miles and is about a 36-minute drive.
What makes us experts in The Hills of Kingswood?
As Frisco residents and local area Realtors, we’ve spent a lot of time working and playing in The Hills of Kingswood. The resources that The Hills of Kingswood’ residents enjoy, including the shopping, restaurants, and amenities, are those that we use in our everyday lives. In addition, we have assisted numerous clients with the purchase of their homes in The Hills of Kingswood and the surrounding areas.
The Hills of Kingswood Community Guide
The Hills of Kingswood is a great neighborhood for consideration in Frisco. Just 35 minutes from downtown, The Hills of Kingswood is a charming master-planned community accessible from Lebanon Drive on the west side of Frisco.
Given its easy commute and affordable homes, The Hills of Kingswood is an great location for anyone working in Frisco. Residents benefit from convenient access to tons of convenient retail establishments, various sporting arenas and miles of parks and recreation facilities.
The community’s unique topography offers beautiful hike and bike trails along a creek that feeds into Lake Lewisville. Since development began, hundreds of thousands of dollars have been spent to add trees, shrubs and grasses to the parks, medians and roadways to enhance The Hills of Kingswood’ natural landscaping.
Construction in this neighborhood began in 2009 and there are still many premium home sites available for new construction. Currently Grand Homes has several homes underway. Additionally, construction is in progress by Rod Wede Custom Homes.
The Hills of Kingswood Major Employers
The Hills of Kingswood is an ideal location for anyone wanting easy access to commute to downtown Dallas. Additionally, major employers right in our own community include the Frisco Independent School District, T Mobile USA, the City of Frisco, Mario Sinacola and Sons, Collin County College, AmeriSource Bergen Specialty Group, CLA USA, IKEA, Market Street and Tenet Texas. Furthermore, just South of 121 many national employers house their corporate operations in Plano, TX. These include HP Enterprise Services, Bank of America Home Loans, JC Penney, Frito Lay, Dell, Alcatel-Lucent, Dr Pepper Snapple and Ericcson.