Fairview, Texas Real Estate and Community Information

About Fairview

The picturesque town of Fairview, incorporated 1958, is home to a population of almost 9,000. The inviting small-town community is known for its large homes on expansive lots and equestrian estates, as well as its extensive proliferation of open spaces, including its scenic rolling hills, creeks and woodlands.

Fairview's History

Fairview was incorporated in 1958 when a petition with over 30 signatures requested an incorporation election for Fairview. On May 7, 1958, the election was held in the Fairview Grocery. The support for incorporation was almost unanimous. On May 12, 1958, the town's order for incorporation was signed by Jude Button.

Life in Fairview

The town of Fairview is a small but progressive community located in Collin County, Texas. The town, incorporated in 1958, remained an isolated and quiet community for many years. However, in recent years the town has known unprecedented growth. The quiet character of the town sets the community apart from others located in the DFW metroplex. Despite its small town size, Fairview offers residents a highly desireable mix of small-town charm and big city amenities. In recent decades many DFW residents are choosing to relocate to Fairview. The town,prized for its economic opportunities, is also well loved for its down-home country feel.

Recreation

The Village at Fairview offers Fairview residents over 500,000 sq feet of upscale retail spaces, cafes and restaurants, and residential spaces. Developed by the MGHerring Group and opened in 2009, the mixed use space is a recent addition to the small town. The Village's larger retail spaces, include Dillard's, J.C. Penny, Macy's, The Container Store, and Whole Foods.
Fairview is small but offers abundant opportunities for its residents to enjoy a wide array of recreational activities. Sites such as Fairview's award winning golf course located at Heritage Ranch present residents with a chance to hit the greens and enjoy a round of golf. For family centered fun, residents may enjoy some time focusing on discovery in The Heard Science and Nature Museum.

Parks

Through the town's many top-notch parks and recreational spaces, Fairview is able to offer its residents many opportunities for activity and recreation. Fairview is dedicated to offering its residents the best quality of life possible by the continual developement and maintainance of open spaces for recreation and lovely parks for all to enjoy.

The Fairview Soccer Complex -
The complex, built on 74 acres, is home to world-class soccer fields. The top-of-the-line facility is also home to a park, an amphitheater, walking trails, and space for soccer. Teams from all over the compete within the world-class facility. Creekside Park -
Open since 2005, Creekside Park is the Town of Fairview's first municipally owned park. Located on Parkdale Drive in the Oakwood subdivision, a playground area, the park features a large picnic pavilion, and a 500 ft paved trail.

Beaver Run -
Open since the fall of 2006, Beaver Run is located in the Thompson Springs subdivision. The park features a 1/2 mile paved trail and a nature trail, a basketball court, horse shoe pits,a large picnic pavilion, a playground area, and a large deck overlooking a beaver pond. Signs visible throughout the park tell the story of Fairview's history.

Monarch Park -
Located in the Summerhill Farms Subdivision, Monarch Park, was completed in phases. The first phase of the park was complete in 2007 and the second in 2008. Today, the park features a human sundial, a picnic pavilion, and a playground area.

Roadrunner Trail -
The Roadrunner Trail, which opened in 2008, grants residents the freedom to cross from Meandering Way to Cypress Park, all the while, experiencing the natural beauty of the Fairview area. The trail is great for those wishing to walk or run the beautiful well-kept Fairview trail.

Veterans Park -
The park, located adjacent to Fairview Town Hall, was created to honor the many men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces. The park features six monuments dedicated to the Army, Air Force, Coast Gaurd, Marines, Merchant Marines, and Navy. The park also features memorial stones that honor the memory of those who have served in the military. The stones that display a golden star indicate that the solider was lost as a result of combat.

Schools
The town of Fairview is fortunate to be served by two top-quality school districts. Both the McKinney and Lovejoy Independent School Districts take in students from the town of Fairview. The two school districts both offer Fairview's students a quality education with great academic programs.

Contact A Fairview Real Estate Professional

Considering a move to Fairview? If the answer is yes, contact The Robertson Team. The Robertson Team is intimately familiar with the growing town of Fairview. The teams expertise and area knowledge will prove helpful in your home search. Before you make your next move, contact The Robertson Team and discover your true home buying potential.
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