Lexington Country is conveniently located on the east side of Coit Road, between Main Street and Eldorado Parkway in Frisco, TX. The community enjoys proximity to some of North Texas’ best shopping dining and entertainment. And, its students attend renown Frisco ISD schools.
Money magazine recognized Frisco TX as one of the “Top 100 Places to Live in the US” in 2011 and Forbes named Frisco the “America’s 25 Best Places to Move.”
Located just 30 miles north of Dallas, Frisco is one of the fastest growing municipalities in the United States. This close-knit, family-oriented community boasts superb school systems, top medical facilities and an excellent quality of life—and the Lexington Country gated community is in the heart of it all. With plentiful shopping, dining, recreation and cultural opportunities, Frisco was designed for easy, happy living.
A variety of shopping experiences abound in Frisco, ranging from the upscale Stonebriar Centre—the largest regional mall in North Texas, Dillard’s and Macy’s to the retail chain favorites Target, Walmart and IKEA. For a unique shopping destination, stroll around Frisco’s own “European village,” Frisco Square—you’ll find an eclectic mix of gourmet dining, specialty shops and community events here.
From coffee shops and pubs to specialty cafes and fine dining, the Frisco restaurant scene is an exciting one. Starbucks, Dickey’s BBQ, Macaroni Grill and others line nearby Preston Road, or venture to historic Main Street for authentic Italian cuisine and elegant eateries.
A fantastic arts community thrives in Frisco, including the Frisco Chorale, the Frisco Community Theatre, and the Frisco Association for the Arts. The city’s Center Park offers an amphitheater, and for the latest movies and special events, Frisco residents can head to Cinemark Next Gen-XD Theater.
A host of museums—such as Heritage Museum, Frisco Art Gallery, Texas Sculpture Garden & International Art, and the Sci-Tech Discovery Center—offer a cultural and historical escape, just minutes from your home in Lexington Country.
There are a variety of playgrounds, walking trails, bike paths and public parks, including Ruff Range Dog Park, within the city limits. Lexington residents have easy access to golfing, batting cages, a disc golf course, the Frisco Athletic and Aquatic Center, and seasonal splash parks. Frisco also touts an active youth and adult sports league.
SPORTS VENUES AND TEAMS
Sports fans and enthusiasts will feel right at home in Frisco where there’s a thriving professional athletic community and first-class sports facilities, including Dr Pepper Ballpark—home to the Frisco Rough Riders, the AA Texas Rangers affiliate team, and Dr Pepper Arena—practice facility for the NHL Dallas Stars and home to the Texas Tornado hockey and Texas Legends basketball teams. Check out FC Dallas Major League Soccer at the Toyota Stadium, which is also surrounded by 17 tournament-sized soccer fields. Also in Frisco, the Superdrome—an outdoor bicycle racing track that serves as a training center for the United States Olympics. Big news for Dallas Cowboys fans; the team has moved its headquarters to Frisco! Called “The Star,” this complex includes Cowboys training facility, a stadium to be used by them and local teams and hotels, shopping and restaurants also in the plans. This area, along the Dallas North Tollway has become known as Frisco’s $5 Billion Mile because of the enormous investment being made into development there.
Hospital at Craig Ranch, Acute Kids Urgent Care, Forest Park Medical Center, Centennial Medical Center, and Baylor Medical Center at Frisco are just some of the state-of-the-art medical facilities in Frisco.
Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, Toyota Headquarters, Fed Ex, Pizza Hut, Hewlett Packard, JC Penney, Frito-Lay, Fujitsu and Dell, Inc. are all global employers in the area.
Nearby airports include DFW International Airport, Dallas Love Field, Collin County Regional and Addison Airport.