Bridlegate, Fairview, TX
The size of the lots makes Fairview feel special. With only a few exceptions, every home is on at least one acre of land. This is because public sewer is limited. Without public sewer, homes are required to be on no less than one acre for the individual septic systems to work efficiently. Residents of Fairview will be the first to tell you they don’t want a public sewer system.
Families moving into Fairview every year have taken their kids out of private schools and enrolled them in the Lovejoy ISD. (See more about the Lovejoy ISD by selecting School Districts from the menu.)
In Fairview your neighbors aren’t living on top of you. Kids can ride their bikes or golf carts around the neighborhoods; play ball in their front or back yard; ride a horse. Their parents can take them to a hockey game or concert at the Allen Event Center; go hit balls on a rainy day at Top Golf; water ski at Allen’s Hydrous Water Park; ride their skate boards at The Edge. All of these are on the east side of Allen, a few minutes away from Fairview.
You feel like you’re living in the country, but you’re really just minutes from all the conveniences of the city. People wave when you drive by and stop during their walks to chat about their dogs or the weather. Crime is almost non-existent, and they know who should be in their neighborhood and who looks out of place. And they are all here for the same thing: quality of life and tremendous schools.
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