Living in Fairview, Texas, gives you access to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex while residing in a quiet, friendly community. From your home in Fairview, you’ll find a tight-knit and diverse town that is small but steadily growing. Fairview has ample land and space, as well as an idyllic suburb where you can get to know your neighbors.
Fairview is located on the northeast corner of the metroplex. A half an hour drive southbound on Highway 75 takes you through Plano, Richardson, and into the heart of Downtown Dallas. This location makes for a convenient commute for many professionals. Even though you’ll feel like you’ve escaped the city in Fairview, you’ll never be too far from all the great shopping, dining, and entertainment Dallas has to offer.
In Fairview, you’ll find shopping and dining too, like at Fairview Town Center, a large shopping center. Fairview’s amenities are impressive for a town of its size, and more exciting developments are in store for the town’s future. Think of moving to Fairview as moving to North Dallas in general, because you’ll take advantage of all the great amenities the region has to offer. Living near Highway 75 helps facilitate this.
Two school districts serve Fairview: Lovejoy Independent School District and the McKinney Independent School District, which are regarded as some of the best districts in Texas. As a community, Fairview rallies behind its schools, both on the football field and in the classroom. The excellent schools in Fairview make the town even more popular for young families. It’s also a great place for families because of how safe it is. Fairview is a lively but peaceful town with very low crime rates.
Fairview is also known as one of the best places to retire in Texas. Texas as a whole is popular among retirees because of the warm weather and favorable tax laws. Fairview in particular is a nice place to retire because of its quiet, friendly nature and convenient amenities.
Living in Fairview, you’ll be right next to Lake Lavon, which is surrounded by parks and greenery for you to explore. Outdoor lovers will enjoy fishing and camping around the lake. If you ever feel like you’ve seen it all at Lake Lavon, you can venture south to Lake Ray Hubbard, or west to Lake Lewisville.
As Fairview grows, it maintains a variety of different neighborhoods, some with more open space, and others with a more cozy, dense suburban feel. The town as a whole is friendly and welcoming; it’s everything you’d want in a small Texas town. We’re thrilled to begin building new homes in Apple’s Crossing in northwest Fairview this summer. Take the first step toward your new home in Fairview, TX. Contact us to learn more about our homes for sale in Fairview.
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