Yes, great place, great builder, great niche community without water slides, golf courses, amusement parks, circuses, and light towers, or windmills, statues of horses, and out of place names. There actually is a creek which is deep and there is much wildlife still in the area. The homes are beautiful and the neighborhood is small and quaint with nice wide streets, over-sized lots and close to a new mall popping up near the freeway but far enough away to be in the country. Load up the wagon and head to Sloan Creek. One of the nicest little slices of town left.