What's are some good neighborhoods in Colleyville for small kids?

Asked by Haleh Hadavand, Dallas, TX Thu Jun 20, 2013

Hello, We are moving to Colleyville for the great schools and was wondering what are some good areas for people with small kids who will be starting Kingergarden soon. I want to live in an area where our neighbors kids would be going to same schools. It's really hard to know where other people with young kids are living. Thanks for any input!

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James Suhr, Agent, Arlington, TX
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Colleyville is a great area!! Here is a link (http://www.gcisd-k12.org/site/default.aspx?PageID=1that )might be able to help you with your decision on the right neighborhood.

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pkhanduri, , Colleyville, TX
Sun Sep 8, 2013
We live in the Lakes of Somerset area. there is whole foods coming up next to Lakewood Estates / Glade
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ngb4479, Home Owner, Colleyville, TX
Wed Aug 14, 2013
Look @ the Fox Meadows subdivision. All your kids will stay in the Heritage schools. Close enough to walk or ride bikes to , a very short car ride and access through back door neighborhoods, no need to go onto traffic laden busy streets. Lots of parents walking children to schools so you meet neighbors.

Target, Walmart and Lowes shopping center in one direction, Market Street, Whole Foods coming soon and Walmart neighborhood Mkt. , post office etc., easy highway access to name a few addtl perks
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akhennessey, Home Buyer, Colleyville, TX
Tue Jul 9, 2013
I have lived in Colleyville for 8 years, and suggest that you first visit the schools in the area and choose the school you prefer. You can download a map of the attendance zone for that school and check out the homes for sale in that zone. That is what my daughter did, and she was very pleased with the good start our now 16-year-old granddaughter got.

Colleyville is a family-oriented community with most shopping needs within a 15-minute drive. In Colleyville you'll find some of the best establishments, from supermarkets Market Street) to spas, from pizza (Paoli's on Colleyville Blvd) to excellent Italian cuisine (Ruggeri's) The neighborhood hardware store (ACE) has great staff and merchandise. For school supplies, it is necessary to drive about 6 miles to Target in Euless or 11 miles to the Southlake shopping center--where everything from higher-end kitchen ware to fashion clothing (including for children) is available.

Hope this helps you.
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Bruce Lynn, Agent, Coppell, TX
Fri Jun 21, 2013
This is a little tougher to predict in Colleyville due to the age of the city and in general the houses. It's different than a place like Keller and Frisco where there are huge neighborhoods of new houses that tend to attract lots of young families with kids.

That's no knock on Colleyville. It's a great place to live, just likely people will be spread all over the city.

Here's a link to some of the homes for sale in Woodland Hills area.
http://www.metroplexhomesalesinfo.com/listings/areas/34141/s…

Let me know if you would like to see inside any of the properties.
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Jarod Marcus, Agent, Southlake, TX
Thu Jun 20, 2013
Unfortunately, the Fair Housing Act prevents Realtors from giving you a straight answer to your question, and forbids us to "steer" you to the places that we know have the demographic that you are looking for. My best suggestion is to drive through the areas where you think you may be interested, and look for the signs (bicycles, scooters, jungle gyms, basketball goals, etc.). This becomes a little difficult in the neighborhoods with active HOAs, as they tend to rule that these kinds of items have to be out of sight. If you tour in the evening, the neighbors may be out for a walk, and maybe you can talk with the neighbors.
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Haleh Hadava…, , Dallas, TX
Thu Jun 20, 2013
Hello,
We were thinking of the woodland hills area close to Creek Sparger and 121. It's an older community so I don't know if people there are also older or if younger couples are moved into that area. We basically want some kids around the age of our kids in the neighborhood.

thanks,
Haleh
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Dallas Texas, Agent, Dallas, TN
Thu Jun 20, 2013
I would love to drive you around Colleyville and introduce you to the area. Are you renting ? Buying? Much depends answer to those 2 questions.

I have friends and clients who are residents truthful not any area have issues. Colleyville is a family community.

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Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Thu Jun 20, 2013
A good neigborhood(s) is subjective, and should be defined and dictated by personal preferences, wants, needs, lifestyle, etc. If unfamiliar with the area(s) take the time and revisit more than once and at different times of day, possibly chat with locals/neighbors. Real estate professionals are prohibited from steering, enticing a buyer to purchase/rent, or not, in specific neighborhoods.
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