Las Brisas Hills – Irving, Texas

Las Brisas Hills is a pleasant, gated multi-family community centrally located within the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex in North Irving, Texas. Las Brisas Hills currently comprises 301 homes that echo a Spanish/Mediterranean theme incorporating Spanish tile roofs, with a combination of traditional “weeping brick,” wood, and stucco facades.

Las Brisas Hills - Irving, Texas

The name of our community refers to its rolling hills and soft breezes, and at the highest point of the property, you will find the main clubhouse and pool, where you can enjoy a spectacular view of Las Colinas and the metroplex.

Homes are single-story and two-story designs with nine (9) unique floor plans which include either, carport & garage combinations or covered parking.

The 18″ cast iron bell which hangs forty feet above the clubhouse at Las Brisas Hills brings a bit of Southwest history to the community. Brought from Oklahoma by Dondi founder, Don Dixon, the bell is thought to have come from an abandoned Baptist Mission in the 160-year-old Choctaw Indian Nation in the Kiamichi Mountains near Snow, Oklahoma.

Legend has it that those who touched the bell and then rang it three times would have good luck for three years. Superstition aside, the church bell has become a symbol of our country’s move westward.

According to Dr. J.M. Gaskin, official historian for the Oklahoma Baptist Convention, these missions developed along rivers where the game was plentiful and served a dual purpose of church and school.

The majesty of the bell caught Don Dixon’s eye and he directed its full restoration. The newly-restored bell, in its new resting place overlooking the woods and lakes of the Las Brisas Hills, can be run from inside the complex to serve as a symbol for the new community. For the good luck of all who live at Las Brisas Hills, it will be rung at very special times of the year.

Walking distance is the Toyota Music Factory

The neighborhood is located only a few miles from the Mandalay Canal Walk at Las Colinas, a hub of contemporary urban activity that maintains an Old World charm. An array of eateries – from barbecue to Indian to the newest in upscale dining. The waterfront setting, where visitors can enjoy a carefree gondola ride through the canal, is surrounded by historic architecture.

Within walking distance is the Toyota Music Factory, a premier outdoor event center replete with restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues that host concerts, comedy shows, and festivals. Even closer to home in the neighboring arts district is the Irving Arts Center, a performing and visual arts space whose main gallery hosts more than 20 exhibits each year.

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Convenient access to a pair of amenities-filled neighborhood parks

Residents of Las Brisas Hills also have convenient access to a pair of amenities-filled neighborhood parks. Visitors to Victoria Park can play tennis and volleyball, walk paved trails, enjoy waterfront settings, and take advantage of a castle-themed playground. Cottonwood Creek Park is a sprawling green space that offers a prime spot for picnics, provides fields for baseball and soccer, and also includes a large playground and a pond.

No matter where you live, retail and dining options are always close by. Stores and ethnic restaurants are concentrated along the entirety of the Belt Line Road corridor that forms the neighborhood’s west side. Residents can shop at Kroger, Aldi, and La Michoacana Meat Market and enjoy meals at popular stops such as Mr Max Izakaya, a highly rated authentic Japanese restaurant, and La Margarita, a contemporary Mexican eatery. A Target is among additional retail options located at shopping centers just south of the neighborhood.


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