Colleyville, nicknamed “Colleywood” referring to the city’s wealth, is the #5 suburb in North Texas according to D Magazine’s Best Suburbs 2012. This Dallas suburb is home to 29,030 fortunate suburbanites, spanning across a modest 13 square miles. Colleville has established its reputation as a great community for wealthy Dallas families. Real estate in this area comes with a high price, and that’s no secret, considering that the average price of homes sold in 2012 was $467,427. This list narrows in on those subdivisions that boast the largest homes with the highest real estate values in the area.
Broughton of Colleyville
Located in the heart of Colleyville, the Boughton development is one of the most luxurious neighborhoods in the area. Homes in Boughton typically span across half an acre of land. The neighborhood has a lavish grand entrance gate to the community, access to amazing jogging and bike paths, and a beautiful master garden/greenbelt. Residents of the Boughton community are nearby some of the best schools in Texas, all of which have received exemplary or recognized accountability ratings. The typical selling price for homes in Boughton of Colleyville begins around $800,000.
This distinctive community is situated in northwest Colleyville, directly across from Reagan Park, and has been designed as an intimate neighborhood setting providing spacious half acre estates for an impressive array of distinguished custom homes. Homes in Covington, a fairly new development are expected to sell for prices upward of $600,000. The estates inside of the Covington community have private access to the stone bridge entry, country ponds and shepherds trails that lend to the charming old world village atmosphere created within. Residents of Covington are districted into Keller ISD schools. Other perks to living in Covington include that it is just minutes from Grapevine Lake, NRH20, and Colleyville Nature Center.
Leyton Grove is an intimate development of 48 lots located on the east side of Montclair Drive between Hall-Johnson Road and Glade Road in the established heart of Colleyville. Between the lavish 600-foot long grand entry boulevard and the limestone Pavillion Nonpareil, it’s hard to pick which one feature is the most elegant aspect of this subdivision, and that’s before you even get to the awe-inspiring homes inside. Families in Leighton Grove enjoy a private walkway to the Blue Ribbon O. C. Taylor Elementary School. New homes in the exclusive Leyton Grove community range from just under, to substantially over, $1,000,000.
From traditional elegance to modern innovation, Montclair Parc is a phenomenal estate community located in east Colleyville. Consisting of seventy-three custom homes, this remarkable neighborhood offers a guard gated entrance, a scenic central park surrounding four tiered lakes, and beautifully landscaped and heavily treed lots. The lot sizes in Montclair Parc are a little larger than most luxury home neighborhoods in the area, typically sized between .5 to 1 acre each. Homes located in the Montclair Parc community typically sell for about $700,000 to $1,500,0000.