- 4 Beds
- 3 Baths
- 2,689 SqFt
Highlands Glen Homes for Sale
Homes in Roanoke's Highlands Glen
Highlands Glen in Roanoke
Most people assume Highlands Glen is part of Trophy Club... Why wouldn't they? The intimate gated neighborhood of just 85 homes sits near the water tower emblazoned with the city name and logo. And the main entrance not only sits on Bobcat Blvd, an entrance into Trophy Club off 377 just north of 114, but Highlands Glen also shares the heritage golf course naming protocol of many Trophy Club neighborhoods. Yet Highlands Glen is actually in the city of Roanoke. That's a major advantage as the tax rate is around 20% lower and there are no MUD district fees.
Emerald Homes Brings Cutting Edge Design to Highlands Glen
Built by Emerald Homes, the same builders who built in Flower Mound's Estancia Estates and Grapevine's Vineyard Creek Estates, Highlands Glen offers just a lucky few homeowners some of the most dramatic open designs on the market today. And Emerald Homes is leading the way in design, incorporating ideas from the latest design shows that no one else in the area has yet displayed... Just take a look at their spa baths and you'll see what I mean. The neighborhood includes a community pool and splash park as well as access to walking trails leading all the way to Lake Grapevine. Students in Highlands Glen attend NWISD's Beck Elementary before moving on to Medlin Middle and Byron Nelson High. -Cindy
Things To Do in Roanoke
A town doesn't earn the name "Unique Dining Captial of Texas" for no reason. So grab a friend or load up the family and head out to the historic Oak Street area. You'll find everything from down home casual to fancy classic fare.
A tough decision where to start. Hawaiian Falls for Mega WaterWorld and Beach Blasters multi-tube slide? Or maybe you'd rather hit the skatepark for 20,000 sq.ft. of stair sets, planter gaps and radius ledges.
Hear the Story
Roanoke has a colorful past that dates back to 1844. Get a glimps of life at that time in the old Silver Spur Saloon. Located on historic N. Oak Street, the saloon has been lovingly restored as the Visitor Center and Museum.
'Celebrate Roanoke' - October ♦ Christmas Parade ♦ 'Evenings on Oak Street' Concerts March-Sept. ♦ Family Valentine's Dance ♦ 'Bunny Hop and Hunt' - Saturday before Palm Sunday ♦ 'Roanoke 3rd Rocks' Fireworks
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