Willow Bend neighborhood would be number one if we were naming the absolute best neighborhood in Plano. The neighborhood is conveniently located and features fine shopping, dining and entertainment options. The area is zoned to Plano West High School, located near the shops at Willow Bend and Dallas North Tollway.Willow Bend Subdivision is massive and it’s typical to find more than thirty listings on the market at any given time.
Whiffletree neighborhood is stunning. Most of the homes in this community are either traditional or ranch style single-family homes. The area is located between Independence Parkway and Coit Road and is comprised of 459 homes.The majority of homes were constructed in the eighties. They are complemented by lush landscaping, manicured lawns, and mature trees.
Indian Creek neighborhood is intertwined within the Prestonwood Country Club golf course. It features a small pocket of homes on the west side of the North Dallas Tollway.The neighborhood is located between Midway Road to the east, Prestonwood Drive to the west, Plano Parkway to the south and West Parker to the north.Prices of homes are moderately expensive. If what you are seeking is a country club life with tennis, golf, and dining, then Indian Creek is your best bet.
White Rock Creek Estates
White Rock Creek Estates is a pocket of luxury in West Plano. The neighborhood is located between Willow Bend Drive on the east and Parker Road on the north.The neighborhood is zoned within the Plano ISD, with neighborhood kids attending Plano West Senior High, Shepton High School, Renner Middle School, and Brinker Elementary.The area is near the Dallas North Tollway making commuting easy and quicker. Legacy Business Park is located just minutes to the north. The park is home to corporate giants like PepsiCo, FritoLay, FedEx, Ericson and Toyota North America.The location also provides convenient access to a plethora of dining and retail options like The Shops at Legacy and The Shops at Willow Bend.This neighborhood provides a feeling of tranquil seclusion.
Pitman Creek Estates
Pitman Creek Estates has been around for years in central Plano. The neighborhood’s beautifully tree-lined streets lead into spacious lots, two local parks and a running creek. Many of the houses were originally built in the ’70s and ’80s, but flippers have been updating the area with tons of rebuilding. On top of all this, there is easy access to all of the area’s biggest freeways, so the rest of the city is just a short drive away.