Prosper TX Homes for Sale
Prosper Texas is a small community located just north of Frisco, west of McKinney, and just minutes from Louisville Lake and downtown Dallas and Fort Worth. Prosper has doubled its population in the last eight years and is currently home to about 23,000 residents. The city is actually located in Western Collin County and Eastern Denton County.
Prosper covers about 27 mi.² and is located 25 minutes from two major airports. Our annual growth rate is about 13%. Prosper has a vibrant parks and recreation division, which organizes special events, camps, sports, and activities.
Prosper TX Schools
Prosper has its own Independent School District, which includes seven elementary schools, two middle schools, and the high school for grades 9 – 12. Recently, the school district began construction for both a natatorium and football stadium scheduled to be open by 2019.
Prosper is also home to several notable residents such as major league baseball players, national football players, musicians, actors, and home to Chris Buesher, NASCAR Cup Series Driver.
Why Choose Prosper?
Prosper is located on the intersection of Highway 289, 380, and the Dallas North Tollway. It provides easy access to downtown, Frisco, local parks, and nearby neighborhoods. It’s smaller than many of the neighboring cities but is growing quite rapidly. If you’re looking to be outside of some of the major cities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Prosper might be a good option.
The median age of Prosper residents is about 35 with the median single-family household income of about $112,000. 82% of the population is under age 35 and the median home price is about $450,000. This is a good place for families of those with small children as a great place to get started with excellent starter homes and more moderately priced real estate.
If Prosper sounds like your neck of the woods, give me a call today. Feel free to browse the website for the newest listings or let me know if you have any questions about Prosper or other cities in Collin County.
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