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DFW’s Top 5 Golf Communities

Posted by Richard Soto on Monday, September 30th, 2013 at 9:23am.

Texas and golfing: they just go so well together. So it only makes sense that golf communities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area are so plentiful. Here is our list of the top 5 golf communities in Dallas-Fort Worth:

  • Bridlewood, Flower Mound

Bridlewood is a master-planned community in Flower Mound that consists of the neighborhoods of Balmoral, Steeplechase, the Reserve, and Bridlewood Farms. Homes here are generally located on .3 to 1 acre of land, and home prices here start at about $250,000. Community amenities include access to the Bridlewood Golf Club, the Bridlewood Equestrian Center, and the community’s many tennis courts, walking paths, parks and playgrounds, and swimming pools. This community also features a community center, a fitness center, basketball courts, and a gated entrance.

  • Castle Hills, Lewisville

Castle Hills is a master planned community that, at build out, will have about 1,800 homes.  Children of Castle Hills are served by the Lewisville Independent School District. Homes here start at about $229,000. Residents of Castle Hills enjoy use of the Castle Hills Golf Club, the community swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball court, a neighborhood park, and the children’s playground.

  • Coyote Ridge, Carrollton

Coyote Ridge, which is located in Northeast Carrollton, features about 320 homes, most of which were built between 2000 and 2006. Children of Coyote Ridge are served by the Lewisville Independent School District.  Neighborhood amenities include use of the Coyote Ridge Golf Course, the Indian Creek Ranch Park, the community swimming pool and clubhouse, and the community park with surrounding greenbelt.

  • Gleneagles, Plano

Homes in the golf course community of Gleneagles, in Plano, are priced from $345,000. There are more than 300 homes in this community, with residents here enjoying use of the Gleneagles Country Club, the Gleneagles Athletic Club, and the community’s many swimming pools, playgrounds, parks, hiking and biking paths, and greenbelts. This community features gated entrances at its Greens of Gleneagles and Villas of Gleneagles neighborhoods.

  • Hidden Lakes, Keller
Hidden Lakes is a master planned community that will have about 1,800 homes at build out. Children of Hidden Lakes are served by the Keller Independent School District. Community amenities include use of the Sky Creek Ranch Golf Club and the community clubhouse and swimming pools. The neighborhoods of Idlewood Estates, Idlewood Green, Idlewood Green, and Idlewood Oaks have gated entrances and homeowners associations.

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