Montgomery Farm – Allen, Texas

Imagine a community where great architecture is a natural neighbor of a lush landscape. A place where eclectic courtyards, parks, and gardens give each neighborhood its own unique personality. A peaceful oasis close to shopping, entertainment, and employment centers. This is Montgomery Farm, a community founded on the idea that humans and nature make wonderful neighbors and that open habitats and native wildlife can be conserved and enhanced through inspired planning and design. 

Montgomery Farm is the first meticulously planned, suburban conservation development in North Texas that does not pollute visually, audibly, or geographically. All residences must be energy efficient. The community’s main highway—Bethany Drive—is a vision of environmental art and function. It was designed through a collaboration of artists and engineers, and it was named “Public Project of the Year” by the Texas Public Works Association in 2004.

The majority of the real estate in Montgomery Farms has a traditional feel with the exteriors of the homes consisting mainly of brick and veneer stone.  However, houses are also being constructed with a Transitional style using walls of windows and stucco exteriors.

Kitchen designs of homes in Montgomery Farms will include kitchen islands or bar areas; large walk-in pantries; abundant storage in cabinets; upgraded stone counters; top-of-the-line appliances; and professionally designed lighting featuring pendant lights over kitchen islands and chandeliers in appropriate spaces like breakfast areas and dining rooms.  Sleek designs in the kitchen also extend to backsplashes which include options for glass mosaic tiling and glass subway tiles.

It is not surprising to note that places with highly-rated public schools tend to have relatively higher home prices because of the perpetual demand for those neighborhoods. If you have children or plan on having them in the future, checking out the nearby schools and their ratings is a good idea. Frances E. Norton Elementary School (#14 in metro) among elementary schools in the district. Ereckson Middle School (#20 in metro) among middle schools in the district. Lowery Freshman Center (#29 in the metro), and Allen High School (#137 in the state) are among the high schools in the district.

There are also plenty of dining options for the residents of Montgomery Farm, Allen. You can grab your morning cup of coffee from Eggsquisite Cafe, Starbucks, or Allen Cafe. Residents love to order tacos from El Rumbero, Taco Casa, or El Rumbero Taqueria and burgers from Scotty P’s Hamburgers, McDonald’s, or Fred’s Downtown Philly. TwoRows Classic Grill, Charley’s Grilled Subs, or Arby’s are some great spots for a fun dine-in experience.

Montgomery Farm, Allen has quite a few grocery stores including Twin Creeks Market Place, Brookshire Grocery Company Brookshire Grocery Company, and Blackball Asian Desser.

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