Trophy Club Homes for Sale
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12 Hunters Ridge Lane, Trophy Club, TX - $1,675,000
3 Hayes Court, Trophy Club, TX - $1,099,000
6 Heather Glen Circle, Trophy Club, TX - $1,050,000
205 Ridge View Lane, Trophy Club, TX - $999,000
12 Katie Lane, Trophy Club, TX - $905,000
2212 Glasgow Drive, Trophy Club, TX - $750,000
Trophy Club residents prize an active lifestyle, and it's that availability plus the town's high standard of living that has become the core of the city's culture. Over 1,000 acres of parks plus 36 holes of golf weaving through elegant entrances, winding streets and manicured, safe neighborhoods has a lot to do with Trophy Club's appeal to home buyers. At just over four square miles the city is strategically located in the epicenter of growth along the State Highway 114 corridor, a factor that will continue to bode well for the city going far into the future. Combine that with four of the top schools in what is arguably the most desirable Northwest School District feeder pattern located within the city and it's no wonder Trophy Club is high on the list of sought after places to call home.
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The influx of large business hubs like TD Ameritrade and Charles Schwab is just one example of the benefits of the Trophy Club's location inside the "Golden Corridor" along State Highway 114. The town's proximity to major thoroughfares allow homeowners easy access to employment centers across the Metroplex. This convenience, especially in light of the growth throughout south Denton County, will go a long way solidifying the city as a desirable location for people looking for homes.
The Northwest ISD is another leading factor in Trophy Club's distinction. Not only located in one of the top districts in the Metroplex, Trophy Club is home to four of the top schools in the ISD. Those schools feeding into the city's own Byron Nelson High include Beck and Lakeview Elementary and Medlin Middle School.
The town consistently lands on national and DFW Metroplex lists of safe cities. Trophy Club's efforts promoting community activities and the rates of resident participation creates a tight-knit community that's aware and protective of one another. The police force is prominent in the community as well.
As a planned community, careful thought and zoning has covered every aspect of Trophy Club's growth. Trophy Club's Parks Department plants seasonal color in over 100 medians twice per year, and with the help of many community volunteers, the department continues to expand the interconnectivity of the hike and bike trails providing scenic views and trail access to Trophy Club home owners.
The future, both sooner and long term looks great for Trophy Club real estate buyers and sellers.
5 Quick things you should know about Trophy Club
- Trophy Club is more like a neighborhood than a city.
- Easy access to State Highway 114 means Trophy Club offers easy access to regional amenities like shopping, dining, entertainment plus major employment centers.
- Yes, people get around town in golf carts. Yes, you'll probably want one too. Yes, even if you don't golf.
- You can find a few homes for sale in the $300,000 range. To purchase a property built after 2000 or so, with the newer brick and stone facade styling, you'll probably need to start over $450,000.
- New construction homes are precious few except perhaps, depending on when you're reading this, the 36 new town homes due in the multi-use district of Trophy Club Town Center near the clock tower at State Highway 114 and Trophy Club drive.
- Bonus!! Don't go over the 30 mph speed limit. They mean it.
Home Buyers Recognize the Low Crime Rate in Trophy Club
One benefit of the town's efforts to promote community unity is enviable participation in local clubs, organizations and town advisory groups. Another beneficial outcome of Trophy Club's efforts to promote community through an active social calendar is safety. A tight-knit community is aware and protective of one another. The city consistently lands on national and Metroplex lists of safest cities. The police force is prominent in the community. It's not unusual to see at least one patrol officer on most outings. Just don't get caught going over 30 mph along the main roads. The speed limit is strictly enforced.
Trophy Club's Future Growth Less About New Homes and More About Lifestyle
With Trophy Club nearing build out, new home construction in the city is winding down and attention has turned to booming commercial development. More recently a joint town hall / police station plus numerous new restaurants located near Trophy Wood Drive and Highway 114 have been completed.
Trophy Club Town Center
A new vibrancy cames to Trophy Club with the spring 2018 groundbreaking for Trophy Club Town Center, a 26 acre mixed-use project. Located at the northeast corner of Trophy Club Drive and State Highway 114 near the iconic Clock Tower, the project includes 250 luxury apartments on the north side of the site in addition to 39 town homes, a hotel, plus around 50,000-square feet of retail and restaurant space.
The apartments are projected to be called The Byron at Trophy Club. They will offer upscale urban-style living with expected rental prices to be higher than the monthly cost of some Trophy Club homes.
Houses for Sale in Trophy Club
Much of the town's appeal is the wide range of home choices. Trophy Club is predominantly single-family properties and enjoys a high rate of ownership. Prices start well above the Metroplex average, and this high standard of living is reflected in the above average annual median household income income as well.
Because the city saw its first construction in the 1970's and developed in stages through 2019, home buyers have 40 years worth of style and design to choose from. At any given time homes for sale in Trophy Club will range from well established properties with trees and lush landscapes on large lots to newer, of-the-minute styled properties that require little yard maintenance. And home prices are varied too with properties generally starting in the lower $300's and running to well over $1,000,000.
Trophy Club Real Estate History
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".
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 population of around 12,500 should stay significantly stable going forward.
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Trophy Club appeals to homebuyers seeking an active, often outdoor, lifestyle. Of course there are the two 18-hole contiguous golf courses. But this town is so much more than golf. Residents can take advantage of four city parks, including one just for the dogs. And if you're considering Trophy Club as your next home, you can't miss the community pool with its pirate themed splash park.
Located between Beck Elementary School and Medlin Middle School, this 23 acre park is is divided into two parts, Indy West and Indy East. Indy West provides facilities for younger aged baseball players including three fields, a t-ball and coach pitch field, four batting cages for any age group, plus a playgound with an enticing rock climbing wall.
Two Tennis Courts, a basketball court, and exercise stations are also located in Indy West park, as is the Trophy Club Veterans Memorial, installed in a partnership between the Town and the Trophy Club Women's Club - Garden Club. Concession stands open during league play, and bathrooms are available.
Indy East is located next to Trophy Club Community pool and offers up a state-of-the-art baseball complex with eight fields. Though Indy East does offer practice space for recreation football and local sports groups, it mainly serves baseball games and tournaments.
The residents only Trophy Club Community Pool offers an 8 lane competition sized pool, home to the Triton's Swim Team. There's a wade-in shallow area and a 12 foot diving end with board. The toddlers pool has a wall of water feature and kiddie slide.
Everyone will enjoy the 12 foot island slide and water spraying palm tree of the pirate themed splash pad. Just watch out for the water shooting marine animals, cannon, and water dragon. The splash pad area includes lounge chairs and a shaded toddler area.
Located at the dead end of Indian Creek, behind Hogan's Glen, Harmony Park's 13 acres include a playground, two tennis courts, a basketball court and nine soccer fields for the use of the Greater Northwest Soccer Association. There is a large covered pavilion with picnic tables and grill that can be reserved for a small fee. Rainbow Run, the shade covered playground in Harmony Park is divided into two areas, including one for toddlers.
Freedom Dog Park
Only the best for man's best friend in this city. After all, they are part of the family. Located next to Trophy Club Park, Freedom Dog Park is just over eight acres of leash free fun. There are separate sections for large and small dogs, plus agility courses, wash areas and shaded pavilions. Dino Playground at Freedom Park is for Fido's smaller family members who need an opportunity to stay busy while Fido gets his exercise.
Trophy Club Park
The 877 acres the City of Trophy Club leases for the Corp of Engineers is a premier park in the region for outdoor activitie lovers. Located off Grapevine Lake, Trophy Club Park gives area residents access to:
- 18 hole disc golf course
- horse trails
- 6 miles of hiking trails
- 7 miles of MX, ATV trails
- laser tag
- 12 geocaching spots
- Pavilion and picnic tables plus restrooms
- Boat ramp
- Primitive boat ramp
There is a small ($1 per day last time I checked) entrance fee and boat ramp access is extra.
Built in 1850, Medlin Cemetery is the 10.5 acre final resting place area settlers, including the Medlin family, a familiar name to those who live in Trophy Club.
Trophy Club Summer Adventure Camp
Grouped by age, children in Trophy Club can participate in the city run summer long camp program. This safe, fun experience is led by CPR certified counselors and is just the ticket for giving both Mom's and kids some time to do their own things.
Trophy Club; A 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 Clubs 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 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
Location, Location, Location
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 central location and the serenity of a country club lifestyle.
Easy access to major thoroughfares means residents can cross the Metroplex all directions for employment. With hugh growth throughout southern Denton County, Trophy Club's ease of access to the top employment centers increase the city's desirability for home buyers. Regional amenities, including dining, shopping and entertainment, plus close proximity to corporate campuses and easy on-off access from State Highway 114 makes Trophy Club an excellent location for commuters.
Location in the well respected Northwest Independent School District is a big draw for those with school aged children. Great schools also tends to cultivate a community which caters to those with youngsters. Trophy Club not only fits into this category, it excels. Starting back in 2011 the city determined the need for school crossing guards at busier city intersections. Since that time, Trophy Club has provided and trained those assistants each school year.
The City's Atmosphere and Ambience
One is never more than walking distance to the golf course in Trophy Club, so it's no surprise golf carts have a long-standing place in the community. You'll see them everywhere on pretty days. Golf carts are not required to be registered with the town.
The word "picturesque" comes to mind when thinking about the well manicured medians along curving main roads winding through town. Beautifully landscaped monuments mark the entrances into the different neighborhoods of the city. There are no stoplights. Just sidewalks and bicycle lanes occupied by joggers and strollers. This distinguishable ambiance is a hallmark of the high quality of life Trophy Club home owners expect from their city.
Trophy Club's Parks Department is responsible for the landscaping and maintenance of the over 100 medians, planting season color twice per year. And with the help of many community volunteers, the Parks and Recreation Department continues to expand the interconnectivity of the hike and bike trails to provide scenic views and trail access to residents. The Department also teams up with volunteer groups like the Beautification Committee and Trophy Club Women's Club to continue seeking opportunities to enhance the Trophy Club lifestyle.
The town leases Trophy Club Park from the U.S. Corps of Engineers. That 877 acres borders Lake Grapevine on the city's northeast side. Marshall Creek flows through Trophy Club from Lake Grapevine, providing residents plenty of opportunity to interact with nature and the wildlife that come with it. All together, residents benefit from over 1000 acres of parks and trails.
Much of Trophy Club's appeal comes from the energetic lifestyle residents seem to prefer. Home owners participation in community activities is high and the city continues to impress with its seemingly non-stop parade of event offerings. There are city sponsored experiences around holidays, plus a full calendar of monthly experiences. Many center around the city's community pool or one of the parks. Other city wide events, like holiday decor contests, encourage residents to get out and into the villages that make up the town. All activities serve to unite the community.
Public Improvement District Taxes in Trophy Club
The city has shown out of the box thinking as well as fiscal responsibility 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.
Trophy Club Taxes
The town is located in two different counties, so there are two different tax rates for Trophy Club. A small portion of the city is in Tarrant County while the majority is in Denton County. Historically, Denton County taxes have been lower as have property insurance rates, a plus home buyers over surrounding areas. This rate difference does not typically come into play when homebuyers are considering which property to purchase in Trophy Club as it only affects a very few streets on the southeastern portion of the city.
Trophy Club Real Estate Agent
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 Allen
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Listing information last updated on January 20th, 2019 at 3:15am CST.