Watters Crossing – Allen, Texas
Watters Crossing is a suburban neighborhood (based on population density) located in Allen, Texas.
42% of this neighborhood is occupied by families with children, 15% by single-female families, 14% by single-male families, and 70% by couples. The average household size in Watters Crossing is 2.79, and the average family size is 3.27.
The median household income for residents of Watters Crossing, Allen is $118,042, while the median individual income is $63,889. About 97% of residents have finished high school, 15% have completed some form of college, but have no degree, 10% have an associate degree, 38% hold a bachelor’s degree, and 23% have completed graduate school.
Places to Dine
Having a high walk score means that there are a lot of places nearby like stores, restaurants, coffee shops, schools, and more. While the scores are by no means perfect, they are a good indicator of “stuff to do” around those places. Things like proximity to grocery stores, dining options, and parks can make a huge difference in your daily lives.
There are also plenty of dining options for the residents of Watters Crossing, Allen. You can grab your morning cup of coffee from Eggsquisite Cafe, Elke’s Market Cafe, or Starbucks. Residents love to order tacos from El Rumbero, Taco Casa, or El Rumbero Taqueria and burgers from Scotty P’s Hamburgers, Sloppy Mess Kitchen: Joes, Burgers & More, or Burger 82. TwoRows Classic Grill, Charley’s Grilled Subs, or Arby’s are some great spots for a fun dine-in experience.
Watters Crossing, Allen has quite a few grocery stores including Twin Creeks Market Place, Brookshire Grocery Company Brookshire Grocery Company, and United Supermarkets.
Schools and Activities
Proximity to good daycare centers is extremely important, especially if the parents have a full-time jobs. For young families, there are plenty of options for childcare in Watters Crossing, Allen, including S S Noah, Discovery Days, Children’s Creative Playday, and Little Learners Daycare. Proximity to urgent care centers such as CareNow, Acute Kids Urgent Care, and Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care is also a plus.
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.