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Lantana searchLantana may be one of those Dallas Metroplex neighborhoods you’ve always dreamed of and thought never really existed, but it does and living in the zip code of 76226 can be a reality for you.  Thinking of making a move within the area or relocating to Texas, then begin your search with Lantana homes.  This neighborly community, named for a native Texas flower, welcomes you in and makes you feel right at home.  Not only will you love calling this neighborhood home, but you will appreciate all the grand amenities offered to you as a resident.  There is truly something for everyone at Lantana. Lantana, TX – Friendly Neighbors and Down-Home Comforts

Lantana’s Wonderful Neighborhoods

No matter your budget or space requirements, you will find something to fulfill your needs.  There are Lantana homes for the first time buyer looking for something simple to the distinguishing tastes of a homeowner seeking a luxury estate.  Some of the best Dallas/Fort Worth builders have put their imaginations and talents into the homes in Lantana.  Lantana housing can be found in these neighborhoods:

  • Azalea – starting in the $360’s, by Highland Homes and Newport Homebuilders
  • Bandera – 60’s –starting in the $280’s , by Highland Homes
  • Bandera – 50’s – starting in the $220’s, by Highland Homes
  • Bellaire – starting in the $500’s, by Huntington Homes
  • Brazos – Starting in the $230’s, by Crestrock Homes
  • Carlisle – starting in the $320’s, by Standard Pacific Homes
  • Dakota – starting in the $290’s, by Drees Custom Homes
  • Isabel – starting in the $260’s, by Lionsgate Homes
  • Laviana – starting in the $700’s, by Custom Builders
  • Madison – starting in the $330’s, by Highland Homes and Newport Homebuilders
  • Magnolia – starting in the $170’s, by American Legend Homes
  • Wimberley – starting in the $260’s, by Highland Homes

Lantana, TX – Committed to its Homeowners

Lantana cares about its residents and the homeowners association proves it.  The LOA, Lantana Owners Association helps keep the neighborhood welcoming and safe for all by keeping residents informed.  There is also a Lantana intranet site that keeps residents connected and informed about what’s going on in Lantana, TX news.  The dues that Lantana homeowners pay include:

  • CoSecurity Security System and Monitoring
  • Grande Communications basic cable TV
  • Lantana Intranet website (a password protected site)
  • Front-yard maintenance based on 40 annual mowings
  • Amenity use & upkeep
  • Common area maintenance

At the Heart of it All in Lantana

Residents can get to know each other at the heart of Lantana at the Central Amenity Center.  This gathering place helps residents of Lantana find a place to join together for events, such as Music on the Green, Memorial Day parties, community gatherings or to just hang out in the lushly landscaped spaces.  Also in this central area are neighborhood swim centers and playgrounds, as well as a water spray park, which the kids will love.  Residents can also enjoy the other Olympic size pools throughout the neighborhood, the hiking and biking trails, children’s playgrounds and tennis courts.  Be sure to leave time for golf on the 18-hole Jay and Carter Morrish designed course.

Lantana – Committed to Educational Excellence

A good education is the foundation for a child’s future, and residents of homes in Lantana make it a priority.  Because education is so important to Lantana residents, there are two “Exemplary” rated elementary schools (EP Rayzor Elementary and Dr. Annie Blanton Elementary)and one “Recognized” middle school (Tom Harpool Middle School) within Lantana.  The Lantana, TX schools are all part of the distinguished Denton Independent School District.  In 2000 the school district received $1 million to build the EP Rayzor Elementary from the Lantana Education/Charitable Foundation.  This foundation was established to fund projects, which include religious, literary, scientific and charitable ventures, as well as scholarships and educational programs for Lantana students .  The foundation also receives one-half of one percent of every Lantana home sale now and in the future.

Activities Close to Lantana for All to Enjoy

If you’ve been searching the Lantana map looking for anything to do in the area, then rest assured, there is plenty.  Because Lantana has easy access to both I-35E and I-35W, you can get to all areas in the Metroplex quickly.  The area surrounding Lantana also offers:

  • Lake Lewisville – 23,280 acre lake just 10 minutes away
  • Lake Grapevine – 12,740 acre lake just ten minutes away
  • Fort Worth – southwest of Lantana, plenty of art and Old West culture
  • Dallas – southeast of Lantana, fabulous shopping, dining and performing arts venues
  • Dallas/Fort Worth Airport – 15 minutes south of Lantana
  • Easy access to Downtown areas and Soloma
  • Easy access to Fossil Creek Business Center and Las Colinas Business Center
  • Flower Mound and Highland Village are nearby (you can even find some great rental property in Flower Mound, TX so you can take your time searching for your dream home and not feel rushed)
  • Close to the 25,000 square foot city library
  • Near Lewisville, which features the 1.1 million square foot Vista Ridge Mall
  • Just a short drive is the Cowboys Stadium, The Ballpark at Arlington, the Texas Motor Speedway and the Grapevine Mills Mall

Lantana, TX – Come Home to Southern Comfort

With all that Lantana has to offer, it is the ideal place to begin your home search if you are thinking of relocating to the area.  Home searches can be stressful though, so the help of an experienced agent can be invaluable.  We can help narrow down your search and tell you more about the area, including demographics.  Contact us, Dallas Luxe Homes, and we’ll sit down to figure out what you are looking for and we'll get started searching for you next new home.  We're just a click or call away!

 


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