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Nestled among agricultural and livestock farms, Springfield is a unique community located in one of the most centralized areas in Argyle, Texas. This bustling community features mature trees, open green spaces and architecturally stunning homes. The primary entrance into this community is off Glenview Lane, which connects to West Jeter Road. This road offers direct access to Frenchtown Road, which provides streamlined access to I-35W and Highway 377. Residents of Springfield are given ample space to relax is true isolation and serenity while still being close enough to make a quick run into town for groceries, dining or shopping.
Unlike many other subdivisions located throughout Argyle, Springfield masterfully combines agricultural land with a cozy neighborhood feel. All homes within this community are offered oversized lots, heavily wooded yards, immense open green spaces and convenient access to local shopping and dining options. There are roughly 463 homes located throughout Springfield, which makes it one of the largest communities in the region. While the number of homes may seem extraordinarily high, the design and placement of these homes is so immense, that you'd be hard pressed to locate each of these homes.
The average size for a home in the Springfield community is just under 2,000 square feet, which is typical for homes in this price range in Argyle. The average home feature brick and wood-frame construction, and offers an average of 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The average lot size for a home in this immense, yet nature-rich, community measures between 1 and 5 acres. While most homes feature fenced yards, select properties feature outdoor swimming pools and enhanced entertaining spaces. The attached garages offer ample parking for two to four vehicles.
The average cost of a home in Springfield ranges from $250,000 to over $600,000. The upper price range typically feature larger homes and substantially larger lot sizes. For example, one of the most expensive homes in the community costs nearly $700,000, yet it offers over 5 acres of wooded land. Property taxes within this region average $12,000 per year; however, this may be as low as $6,000 for smaller homes/lots.
Springfield is assigned to the Argyle Independent School District. Residents of this sprawling neighborhood are sent to Hilltop Elementary, Argyle Intermediate, Argyle Middle and Argyle High School. Liberty Christian School is within a two minute drive from the majority of homes in this community.