In 1973 Houston developers approached the Westlake Town Council about constructing Texas' first premier planned community centered around a country club. Golf great Ben Hogan was commissioned to design the golf course (the only one he ever designed) and construction began on the 27 hole golf course, country club and community. Trophy Club was originally planned as a retirement community, but luckily, plans change... Now everyone can enjoy the ambiance of this "country club community".
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Anyone who knows golf knows the name "Ben Hogan"... The town of Trophy Club is named after the country club that was to display the golf legend's trophy collection. Trophy Club was originally envisioned as a retirement community, but its appeal was far beyond what the original developers had imagined. In 1983 the development was sold to a Dallas group which added 9 more golf holes and hundreds more homes. The town finally incorporated in 1985 and residents gained a larger voice in the direction of the town. The remaining 1200 acres of the development were purchased in 1994 and the final lots are being built out right now. Trophy Club's 2015 population of 12,500 or so is not expected to grow much past 2016. About 100 new home construction permits are expected to be issued in 2016, leaving just 90 or so remaining lots for future homes.
Planned Community With Thoughtful Zoning
As a planned community, careful thought and zoning has covered every aspect of Trophy Club's growth. And it's that same planning that allows Trophy Club's community of avid cyclists, joggers, and evening strollers (and golfers!) the unique ambiance that comes with a country club community. The town and club offer some of the most complete tennis, golf, and recently added community pool facilities anywhere in the metroplex. This superior lifestyle, good location, and outstanding schools means Trophy Club is high on the list of homebuyers "must see" locations.
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Located between the D/FW International Airport and the Alliance Airport at the gateway of the Highway 114 "Golden Corridor", Trophy Club is a popular choice for professionals who want the convenience of a Mid-Cities location and the serenity of a country club lifestyle. The area also benefits by sitting amidst the top ranked schools in the Northwest Independent School District.
Trophy Club's Future Growth Less About New Homes and More About Lifestyle
With Trophy Club nearing build out, new home contruction in the city is winding down and attention has turned to booming commercial development. 2016 marks the start of construction on a joint town hall / police station as well as three new restaurants that will be located near Trophy Wood Drive and Highway 114. Two additional hotels will also be locating in the city.
Public Improvement District Taxes in Trophy Club
The city has shown out of the box thinking as well as fiscal responsibiity throughout its 30 year history. In 2007, Trophy Club was the first city to use a PID to build infrastructure for residential development. The Highlands at Trophy Club portion of town was built using those PID dollars, creating just over 1400 homes. Home buyers in The Highlands currently pay an additional tax until the PID is paid off. Yearly assessments are based on home lot size and range from about $1000 to $2300 per year until paid off. The original 2007 debt of $27 million was refinanced in 2016 to a very low interest rate of just 3.75%, and the debt should be retired about 5 years early in 2033. This will save home owners an estimated $16 million.
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If you've read this far you're probably deep into research on Trophy Club homes for sale and living in the city of Trophy Club. From luxury on the golf course to more modest family homes in an outstanding school district, Trophy Club provides home styles and price ranges for nearly everyone. I hope you'll reach out to me with any questions you may have about a move to the Dallas-Ft. Worth area in general and Trophy Club specifically. I've been in the real estate business in and around Trophy Club since 1989, and I'm always happy to share what I've learned and to help you make your move to Trophy Club the best it can be for you and your family. -Cindy
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Have questions about real estate you want answered? Even if you aren't planning to buy or sell for years, I hope you'll feel comfortable calling me to talk about your unique real estate situation. I'd love the opportunity to become your agent long before you actually need one.-Cindy Allen