Welcome to The Grove Frisco, a modern village nestled among lush, mature trees. With thoughtfully crafted amenities, enchanting homes, plus access to top rated schools, shopping and dining, it’s easy to live your most authentic life here.
Frisco ISD provides top-notch academics, extracurricular programs and unparalleled athletic opportunities. Not to mention, in 2019, Niche listed the Frisco Independent School District in the top 1% of public-school districts in Texas. The Grove Frisco is proud to offer our families unmatched access to four of these schools. Needless to say, we know your child's education will thrive here.See the schools
Meet up with friends at our award-winning amenity center, Orchard House for a tasty bite, take a swim in our water oasis, or have a good sweat in our fitness center. Here, with 20 acres of open space, playgrounds and trails, you'll find there's something new around every corner.Check out our amenities
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Dubbed Sports City, U.S.A., calling Frisco home is a sports fan's dream. At The Grove Frisco, we have front row seats to world-class sporting events, including seven professional teams. Not to mention, the future PGA Headquarters are now under way right here in Frisco.See the action
Frisco is booming with economic opportunity and alive with culture, offering extraordinary employment and entertainment options in all directions. Plus, The Grove Frisco is located just one mile from the bustling intersection of Frisco, Allen, Plano and McKinney, arguably one of the most exciting areas in North Texas.
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“From the very moment we drove in, we felt there was something completely different we were going to see. The homes themselves were lovely and beautiful, but also different.”
“My last house I was in [for] 18 years and I didn’t really know my neighbors. They do so many events here for people that I met people right away. Even though I’m kind of on the upper end of the age demographic, it’s cool that we can interact with the younger people too, it keeps us young.”
“We got to know a lot of people right off the bat before the house was even built. Our grandkids came over and played in the park, they saw the house going up, so it was a lot of fun. And I thought the last house was going to be our last house, but this looks like this is going to be the one. We’re not planning on moving any time soon, we really like this place.”
“There was something about The Grove, the way we drove in, the gigantic trees and magical, great space that made it really happy and really comfortable to be around. It was very easy to move here.”
“The moment we walked in we just felt like it was going to be home. We loved all the birds, all the trees, we loved the pool and the amenity center, and we loved the cafe. It reminded us of a resort and it felt like we were on a vacation. Who doesn’t want to live somewhere where you feel like you’re on vacation every day? That’s why we chose to live here.”
“We have an 8 year old little girl and we did not want to move and leave her friends. When we toured some of the houses across from the playground though, my husband and I stood her on the front porch and we said, this is the first house we’ve seen that we can picture having a family here, and that our daughter will love the playground. We said that there’s got to be kids in the neighborhood if we live on the playground. That’s what ended up selling it for us.”
“There’s just so much. There’s so many planned activities, but then there’s unplanned moments like hanging out on the cul-de-sac, playing with the neighbors, getting to know the neighbors, making instant connections with the kids around the neighborhood. It’s very special.”