I'll be happy to email you all the homes on the market if you wish,
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As others have said, this is a nice community.
However, based on really wanting a 4/3, large back yard, excellent school system, minimum 3000 sq. ft., & water view, I think Timber Brook or possibly Stoney Hollow could be a better fit for you. I know you were dreaming about making that happen, and since it can - why not? :)
This is a wonderful community in a great location in Plano. You are conveniently located between 75-Central and the Dallas North Tollroad; you also have easy access to Highway 121 and the George Bush Turnpike. Additionally, the schools are great in this area, and you have wonderful parks nearby. The homes in this area are well built, and well maintained; you will be able to find a great home with a great price in Whiffletree.
Of course, you can also check out the other nearby areas such as Carriage Hills, Parkway Estates, Kimberlea, and Post Oak Estates. Each of these subdivisions compliment each other and feed into the same schools, which begins will Blue Ribbon Award winning Wells Elementary.
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