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Happy Acres is a quite non-gated community located in northeastern Argyle, Texas. This traditional subdivision features tree-lined streets and quaint homes nestled among heavily wooded areas and rolling countryside vistas. While this community offers seclusion from city life, it's proximity to Highway 377 allows residents to reach the most popular shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities within a 10 to 20 minute drive. Access to popular outdoor recreation areas and major thoroughfares is quick and easy, which has led to an increase in construction within the region.
Happy Acres is a small, or boutique, community nestled among the rolling Texas countryside. While this neighborhood does not feature grand entrances or manicured community grounds, it does offer quiet streets, beautiful homes and much needed relaxation from the hustle-and-bustle of modern life. There are roughly 20 single-family homes within Happy Acres. Each home features a unique architectural blueprint, which creates a unique character many new development subdivisions lack.
Happy Acres is filled with one to two story homes, which feature a combination of brick, siding and wood-frame construction. The average size of a Happy Acres home is just under 2,500 square feet, and features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Homes are outfitted with standard amenities; however, select proprieties offer in-ground swimming pools and enhanced outdoor entertaining spaces. Homes in this region feature fenced yards, covering an average lot size of 1.02 acres. The attached garages offer ample parking for two to three vehicles.
The average home value within Happy Acres ranges from $180,000 to over $300,000. The median listing price for a home in this quaint community is $250,000. Property taxes for Happy Acres average just over $3,000 per year.
Happy Acres is assigned to the Argyle Independent School District. Residents are assigned to Hilltop Elementary School, Argyle Intermediate School and Argyle High School. Those who prefer a private school system are assigned to Liberty Christian School, which offers K-12 classes.