Homes for Sale in McKinney, TX

McKinney has evolved from an agricultural hub into one of the most popular residential areas north of Dallas. Its attractive homes, sophisticated infrastructure, and outstanding educational facilities all add to its appeal.

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Despite significant growth, McKinney has retained a village-like ambience, with tree-lined streets, parks and recreation areas, and quaint historic buildings. In 2014, McKinney was ranked "Best Place to Live in America" by Money magazine. Rankings were based on employment opportunities, crime and safety, quality of life, and education.

Mckinney is a picturesque neighborhood just 30 miles north of Dallas. It fulfills the suburban dream, with quiet higher end living while also fulfilling the lower to medium end living. Mckinney truly has a spot for anyone to enjoy. Mckinney has truly exploded within the last 5 years, with median home value climbing an average of almost $100k. The close knit community lifestyle while still being close to Dallas is truly something everyone can enjoy.

McKinney Sports & Rec
Mckinney offers a wide variety of outdoor activities to get your fun in at. Gabe Nesbitt community park is a 160 acreage park with a bit for everyone. It has a roughly 30,000 square foot skate park making it one of the largest in the state. It also has a tennis court, multiple baseball fields and is also home to the Apex centre, a 80,000 square foot facility home to a gym, indoor pool and basketball court.

Mckinney also offers the Towne lake recreation center, a small lake with paddle boat rentals, fishing piers and park. It has a walking trail and a disc golf course, volleyball courts as well as horseshoe courts. The Towne lake park and recreation center offers a bit of fun for everyone, whether you want to sit and relax or have fun. Mckinney is home to over 40 parks spread throughout the city and allows everyone to find something specifically for them.

MLS Zip Codes
75013, 75069, 75070, 75071, 75072, 75454

- Adriatica
- Coventry Point
- Craig Ranch
- Estates of Verona
- Harbor at Adriatica Retail Condominiums
- Heights at Westridge
- Kings Lake
- Settlement at Craig Ranch
- Stonebridge Ranch
- Westridge

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Mckinney has a large division when it comes to schooling, operating with 21 elementary schools, 5 middle schools and 3 high schools. Mckinney ISD had topped the charts of best high schools with Mckinney Boyd rated at 92.59/100 placing it within the top 8 percent. Mckinney North was rated at 92.03/100 also placing within the top 8 percent and lastly Mckinney High is rated as 85.99/100 placing it within the top 14 percent in the country. Mckinney’s schools don’t just sit at the top in Texas, they are placing the highest percentile within the whole country. Out of its many elementary schools, a large percentage of them also are placing in the top 10 percent. Needless to say, there is a school for everyone in Mckinney.

- Methodist Mckinney Hospital
- Medical Center Mckinney
- Baylor Scott & White Medical Center- Mckinney
- Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen
- Medical City Behavioral Health McKinney
- Baylor Scott & White Medical Center- Centennial
- Surgery Center at Craig Ranch
- Medical City ER Stonebridge
- North Texas Heart Center Mckinney
- MedPost Urgent Care of Mckinney

Why invest in McKinney real estate?

McKinney is a young, fast-growing community with a median age of 34 years. Almost 80 percent of residents own their own homes and more than half are college educated.

Schools in McKinney are ranked among the best in America.

It's also easy to get around. A fixed route bus system connects McKinney with the DART light rail system, and US Highways 380 and 75 connect the area to the rest of the Dallas-Fort Wentworth metroplex.

Like elsewhere in north Dallas, McKinney's local economy is flourishing. It's driven by a mix of industries, from manufacturing and data management to medical technology, aviation, and defense. Increasingly, residents find jobs close to home, rather than commuting to employment centers closer to downtown Dallas.

Properties in McKinney ranges from affordable cottages and single family dwellings to brand new condominiums and stately residences with luxury appointments.  

Local home values increased by more than 14 percent over the past year, and it's predicted that McKinney's popularity will continue to grow. This means it's the perfect time to invest in McKinney real estate.