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Frisco Homes for Sale

Search the newest Frisco TX homes for sale & real estate listings below.  To change how the search is displayed, click the gray button next to "Sort Listings By."  Using the gray button below, you can sort homes by prices or days on market.  For information about neighborhood properties for sale in Frisco, Texas, or to schedule a showing, click "Request a Showing" when viewing any listing. You can also create and save a custom home search by clicking the red "Save this Search" button and registering for a free account.  A custom search will allow you to receive email alerts when new Frisco real estate listings hit the market.

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12744 Concho Drive, Frisco, TX - $415,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,682 SQFT
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Exquisite & Fully-loaded Smart Home In One Of W. Frisco's Best Neighborhoods! Smart Features: Door Locks, Garage Opener, Camera, Lighting, Doorbell, Thermostat & More! The Kitchen Has Rich Colored Cabs, Granite, Marble Backsplash, Pan Pullout Draw...

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6840 Branch Trail, Frisco, TX - $399,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3.1 Baths
  • 3,048 SQFT
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Immaculate & Move-in Ready In Popular Hunters Creek Close To 121! 4 Bdrm, 3.5 Baths, Plus Study, 3 Living, Master Down. Plantation Shutters, Eng. Wood Flooring, Class 4 Rated Roof 2015, 2 Water Heaters 2016, Carpet 2017. Frisco Isd! Shows Beautifu...

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11514 Cerrillos Drive, Frisco, TX - $534,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3.1 Baths
  • 3,018 SQFT
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** Large Lot** Beautiful Construction Beazer Home, Calais Floor Plan In The Master Planned Community Of Miramonte. 4 Bed, 3.5 Bath, Study, Courtyard, And Covered Back Veranda. This Stunning Home Features A Amazing Exterior Courtyard, Beautiful Gra...

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1196 Bentgrass Drive, Frisco, TX - $539,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 4.1 Baths
  • 3,678 SQFT
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Wow! Better Than New! This Beautiful And Open 5 Bedroom, 4.1 Bath Home In Frisco's Lone Star Ranch Has It All! Gently Lived In And Immaculately Maintained. Over $50,000 Worth Of Upgrades Including Wood Flooring, Tumble Backsplash, Granite, Design...

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11805 Beach Street, Frisco, TX - $298,200

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,959 SQFT
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This Beautiful Gehan Home In A Gated Community, Located Near The Shores Of Lake Lewisville And Hike And Bike Trails Nearby. Home Features Stone Elevation. Pergola Built 2017, Extended Patio, Granite Countertops, Tile Floors, Ss Appliances Includin...

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11422 Coronado Trail, Frisco, TX - $950,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 6 Beds
  • 6.1 Baths
  • 6,502 SQFT
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**open House Sunday October 22nd From 2-5pm** Stunning Custom Toll Brothers Home With Over $200,000 In Upgrades: Wood Floors, Kitchen, Master Bath, Powder Room, Closet Organizers, Lighting, Media-sound System, Tiled Stairway, Wrought Iron Door, Ta...

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6460 Cherry Hills Drive, Frisco, TX - $489,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2.1 Baths
  • 2,531 SQFT
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Beautiful Cumberland Hall Floorplan On An Oversized Cul-de-sac Lot. Fantastic Outdoor Living Area Features A Firplace, Built-in Grill & A Counter With Bar Stools. Island Kitchen Has Alder Cabinets, Stainless Appliances, Gas Cooktop, Granite Counte...

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8698 Fisher Drive, Frisco, TX - $360,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,603 SQFT
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Gorgeous Home In Preston Highlands With Engineered Hardwoods Installed October 2017 Down Stairs, Large Upstairs Master With Fantastic Closet, Downstairs Bedroom With Outside Entry Could Be Used As An Office Or Mother-in-law Suite, Bath With Oversi...

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2864 Townsend Drive, Frisco, TX - $369,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,211 SQFT
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Gorgeous Home Offered In The Knolls Of Frisco. This Stunning 1 Story Home Will Wow You The Minute You Walk In. Wood Floors Lead You Into The Open Kitchen, Breakfast & Living Rooms. The Kitchen Features Gas Cooktop, Stainless Steel Appliances, & L...

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10938 Panorama Drive, Frisco, TX - $490,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3.1 Baths
  • 3,374 SQFT
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Inviting Curb Appeal W Beautiful Landscaping & Stone-brick Elevation. Wood Floors Thru Entry, Study, Family & Master. 2 Mud Rooms,custom Drapes & Blackout Blinds In Brs. Study Has French Drs Plus Bi Desks & Cabinets. Kitchen Offers White Cabs, Sta...

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15787 Waterview Drive, Frisco, TX - $350,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,193 SQFT
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Impeccable 1 Sty Landstar Two Owner Home In Sought-after Hunters Creek! Won't Last Long! Split Bedrooms, High Ceilings, Crown Molding, Inset Walls, Wood Flooring, Granite Kit Counters, Updated Stainless Appliances, Recent Carpet, Recent Interior P...

More About Homes for Sale in Frisco TX


KnoxRE.com is updated every 15 minutes by a direct feed from the local Dallas-Fort Worth MLS which will give a visitor desired information for real estate in Frisco like property images; days on market; subdivision information; feeder school information; HOA dues; frequency of the HOA dues; estimated county taxes and more.  If you see a property displayed, it means the home is still available for purchase.  Our site only displays currently active homes for sale in Frisco.  If a listing goes under contract, it is removed from the listing display for ease of use and navigation for visitors.  To view more Frisco homes for sale, see the alphabetical list of subdivisions in the area below.  Click on any of the listed subdivisions below to visit that neighborhood's page.  If you would like to view all Frisco Texas real estate listings, click on the link at the top of the page.

Popular Frisco Texas Neighborhoods


Frisco TX Real Estate | REALTORS® Frisco TX


Frisco TX homes for sale are located in both Denton & Collin Counties. About equal distance from both Love Field Airport and Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (approximately 25 miles), the area is considered affluent and is served by the very highly rated Frisco Independent School District which will support 10 high schools by 2017. Real estate in Frisco has experienced a tremendous growth over the past decade including the sale of both preowned and new construction.

Frisco is a suburb of The City of Dallas located north of Dallas along The Tollway in Collin County & Denton County, Texas. Real estate for sale in Frisco prices from around $200,000 to over $5,000,000.  The current median value for Frisco is $318,200. Frisco ISD serves the local school children.

Homes in Frisco offer buyers new construction listings to properties that were constructed almost a century ago.  The older houses will be found around the main area of the original city of Frisco near "downtown" which is located by Toyota Stadium where FC Dallas plays.  One can see original Frisco by taking Main Street west from the North Dallas Tollway about a mile.  Along Main Street, buyers will see properties of original Frisco which have now been turned into commercial structures and restaurants.  However, directly behind Main Street on both the north and south, original real estate of the early 1900's still exist and still contain the original period designs and architecture.

The newer construction houses in Frisco will generally be priced higher per square foot than a preowned home.  Architecturally, buyers in may find traditional homes to a few contemporary properties to golf course living to Mediterranean, French and English styles.  Generally, the more architectural significance to a property, the higher the price.  However, many of the mid-priced listings will feature some European styling with traditional brick with stone veneer elevations which will give buyers a sense of architectural and design enhancements.

Many levels of prices may be found for buyers looking to buy a house in Frisco, Texas.  Some of the new construction neighborhoods may also be mentioned in the list below.  Below is a description of price points and the subdivisions and neighborhoods in which the current homes for sale may be found:

Over $1,000,000

Considered the luxury price point, over $1,000,000 will get buyers very nice amenities and neighborhoods.  Within this price range, buyers will find options with the highest level of upgrades like elevators, custom swimming pools (some saltwater), outdoor living spaces, master retreats, bonus rooms such as libraries, wine storage areas, game rooms, media rooms and more.  The kitchens will be top-of-the-line appliances with chef's type kitchens, natural stone flooring, granite or stone counters and an abundance of storage.

The following neighborhoods are where the luxury homes in Frisco may be found: Stonebriar, The Hills of Kingswood, Starwood, Newman Village, The Fairways, Lakes on Legacy, Latera and Chapel Creek. 

$750,000 to $1,000,000

Again, within this price range of $750,000 to $1,000,000, buyers will find an abundance of listings which give them a great sense of luxury and prestige.  Some of the subdivisions where a buyer will be able to find a home in this price range will be similar to the luxury category above.

The neighborhoods priced $750,000 to $1,000,000 may be found in the following: Chapel Creek, Phillips Creek Ranch, Starwood, Newman Village, Latera, Lakes on Legacy Drive, Hills of Kingswood, Stonebriar, Shaddock Creek, Park Place Estates, Richwoods, Country Club Ridge at The Trails, Villages of Stonelake Estates and Canals at Grand Park.

$500,000 to $750,000

In this price range, listings will be available in both new and preowned.  This price range is a very popular range with buyers and these listings tend to move quickly in a hot market.  Within the price range of $500,000 to $750,000, the homes will still offer buyers great floor plans, open rooms, tall ceilings and more of the desired amenities and styles popular with today's buyer.

The following subdivisions are areas where buyers may find Frisco listings priced between $500,000 to $750,000: Canals at Grand Park, Richwoods, Country Club Ridge at the Trails, Shaddock Creek Estates, Phillips Creek Ranch, Starwood, Park Place Estates, Lakes on Legacy, Griffin Parc, Stonebriar, Wynnwood Haven Estates, Villages of Stonelake Estates, Pearson Farms, Stone Creek Village, Latera, Cypress Creek, Liberty Crossing, Panther Creek, Starwood, The Trails, Crossing at Lawler Park, Estates on Legacy Drive, Arbors at Willow Bay, Heritage Green, Emerson Estates, Miramonte, Kingswood Village, Christie Ranch, Preserve at Lonestar and Stonewater Crossing.  

$250,000 to $500,000

Homes in Frisco priced $250,000 to $500,000 are extremely popular and are considered the "entry point" to living within the city, especially when it comes to listings closer to the $250,000 mark.  Listings within this category generally will need a little updating and work to bring them to today's most popular cosmetic standards.  However, again, this is the entry price point for those buyers wanting to purchase in Frisco. Buyers may also find new construction properties within this price range but those will be closer to the $500,000 mark.

Neighborhoods with houses for sale between $250,000 to $500,000 may be found in the following subdivisions: Panther Creek, Saddlebrook Village, Phillips Creek Ranch, Shaddock Creek Estates, Prairie View, Crown Ridge, Cypress Creek, Willow Pond, Village Lakes, Villas at Belle Creek, Canals at Grand Park, The Trails of West Frisco, Hills of Kingswood, Belmont Woods, Miramonte, Kingswood Trails, Knolls of Frisco, Pearson Farms, Westfalls Village, Stonelake Estates, Griffin Parc, Heather Ridge Estates, Cobb Farm, Fairways, Kingswood Village, 

Relocating & Moving to Frisco Texas


If you are relocating or moving to Frisco TX from another local area or from another state, be sure to check out our blog article titled "Moving to Frisco Texas."  Once you've made the decision to move to the city, or if you are trying to do your homework on real estate in the area, or trying to find that perfect subdivision, be sure not to miss our blog post, "What are the Best Neighborhooods in Frisco TX?"  Our agents take the time to nominate the best subdivisions and neighborhoods in and give you the reasons why these particular neighborhoods make our best of Frisco list.

New Home Builders in Frisco TX


As a quick reference, Home Advisor has compiled their list of the top local Frisco home builders.  Frisco is experiencing a tremendous growth in both prices of current houses and new construction real estate.  Some of the new construction properties are being built by, but not limited to, the following builders: 

Living in Frisco Texas


Frisco serves as an upscale bedroom community in Collin County in the booming northern suburbs that is a desirable location for professionals, business owners and others who work in the Fort Worth-Dallas Metroplex. Conveniently located only 25 minutes from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, it is also an easy commute on major highways for those residents who find it necessary to travel regularly on business or for frequent personal reasons.

With a total of 62.4 square miles, Frisco makes fine use of its outstanding property. The city has had many distinctive designations such as Forbes ranking it seventh in its "America's 25 Best Places To Move" and seventh fastest growing United States suburb, CNN listing it as one of the "Best Places to Live" in the nation, being named the second safest city in Texas, the National Arbor Day Foundation designating it as "Tree City USA”, and other upstanding awards like Sperlings Best Places to Live.  Frisco also gets the nod from local D Magazine as one of their top suburbs in the Metroplex.

The current population as of May 1, 2015 was estimated to be 147,580.  Frisco is expected to continue its amazing growth and popularity and eventually be home to approximately 350,000 people. From the years 2000 to 2009, Frisco was named the fastest-growing city in the United States.

The community is also extremely cultural. It is proud of its Public Art Collection site. The entrance into the city has towering obelisks, a unique sculpture garden, and international works of art that reflect the western history as well as the modern nature of Frisco. The city had passed an ordinance in 2002 requiring a percentage of its Capital Project Funds be spent to commission public art, a program that is used across the United States by numerous states and by public agencies in over 350 cities.

June Saturday evenings between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m., enjoy talented musicians performing in Music in the Square in front of City Hall on the Simpson Plaza lawn under the sparkling night stars. Bring family and friends, blankets or chairs, and perhaps a picnic basket of food to share.

Culture surrounds citizens in other ways in this unique city. The Frisco Discovery Center presents arts-related events. The Frisco Art Gallery has monthly receptions, art exhibitions, live demonstrations, and gallery talks. At the Black Box Theater there is live theater, dance and music performed by local performers. The city also puts on expos, galas and festivals throughout the year.

The 18,000 square foot two-story Heritage Museum has an interactive collection that has recreated and preserved ageless historical objects and artifacts of this western railroad town and its early citizens. A “living village” has exhibits and replicas of a one room school-house, a log cabin, the Lebanon Baptist Church, the Frisco Train Depot, and more to show how the residents lived.

The Museum of the American Railroad presents historic railroad structures, more than 40 pieces of rolling stock, and six older cars and cabooses from 1914 through 1949. An inside look can be glimpsed into these while you hear their fantastic history from knowledgeable tour guides during 45-minute walking tours each Saturday at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. from September 13 through November 22.

Bringing you up to modern days, Frisco is a shopper's paradise within eight million square feet of retail stores and boutiques, excellent restaurants, upscale hotels, movies, ice skating rinks, sports venues, and more.

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