McKinney Homes & Real Estate

View the hottest McKinney, TX homes for sale and real estate below! McKinney is a city in Collin County located about 30 miles north of Dallas, that's a top choice for its distinct charm, luxurious neighborhoods, and top-tier local amenities.  Searching for further information on properties for sale in McKinney, including prior sales history, prices, and property disclosures? Set up a private home tour of any property listed below by contacting your LOCAL real estate experts today. Read more about McKinney real estate.

Homes for Sale in McKinney TX

McKinney Real Estate Listings May 28, 2024
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McKinney Real Estate Market

The McKinney real estate market appeals to homebuyers with its idyllic neighborhoods and convenient proximity to the city of Dallas. The cost of living in McKinney is relatively low, making it a desirable location for homebuyers. 

On average, home prices in McKinney start at around $325,000 and go upwards of $900,000. As a top DFW market for luxury buyers, some homes in McKinney can even cost as much as $12 million. These mega-mansions have 10,000+ square feet of living space and sprawling acreage. Desirable property features in McKinney include backyard swimming pools, home cinema rooms, and multi-car garages. 

There are various housing options available in McKinney, from luxury estates to chic townhomes. The city has a wide variety of neighborhoods to choose from, each with its own amenities. For a neighborhood with McKinney luxury homes, look no further than the Stonebridge Ranch neighborhood. Other top neighborhoods in McKinney include:

  • Adriatica is a multi-purpose community with condos, single-family homes, and charming cobblestone streets. The surrounding shopping center, Adriatica Village, is home to boutiques and upscale eateries. 
  • Auburn Hills is a master-planned community featuring new construction homes, easy access to The Gray Branch Community Park, and an active HOA. 
  • People shopping for McKinney golf course homes love Craig Ranch for its dreamy master-planned streets surrounding the TPC Craig Ranch Golf Course. 
  • Tucker Hill is a luxurious master-planned community, for which construction began in 2007. Highlights include a community clubhouse, a swimming pool, and Harvard Park at Tucker Hill, a 40,000 square-foot commercial district with shops and restaurants. 
  • Serenity is a 61-acre neighborhood nestled against the Heard Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary. Residents love the natural stone facades, the private neighborhood lake, and the guard-gated security. 

McKinney Community Amenities

The city of McKinney is known for its many top-tier amenities, including hiking and biking trails, numerous parks, and top-rated restaurants. 

Main Street in McKinney has a relaxed, small-town vibe. As people stroll down the brick-laden sidewalks, they'll pass charming mom-and-pop shops, outdoor café seating, and historic buildings that date back more than 100 years. 

Franconia Brewing Company is a gem of McKinney. Craft beer enthusiasts can tour the facilities to see how these authentic Bavarian brews are made. 

Look no further than Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary for outdoor fun. This 289-acre preserve offers nature trails, educational opportunities, and a museum with wildlife and natural science exhibits. Year-round exhibits and gardens include Dinosaurs Live!, Animal Encounters Trail, Magic Planet, and more. Rotating exhibits and seasonal events ensure that there's always something fun and new to do. 

Towne Lake Recreation Area also features a 22-acre lake complete with swan boats, a fishing pier, volleyball courts, and a hiking trail. Erwin Park is a favorite among bikers due to its seven-mile trail and bike-repair stations. 

For evening entertainment, check out McKinney Performing Arts Center. Located in Historic Downtown McKinney, the venue hosts world-renowned musicians and community events. The multi-use building can be rented for weddings, meetings, and other private events. 

McKinney residents also appreciate being close to the city of Frisco, which is home to an abundance of sports teams, including FC Dallas and the Frisco RoughRiders.

Additionally, residents can easily travel to Downtown Dallas to explore the museums, theaters, and restaurants. The nearby city of Fort Worth is home to the Fort Worth Zoo, the famous stockyards, and delicious restaurants. 

McKinney Local Highlights

  • Historic downtown district with unique shops and restaurants.
  • Sprawling parks and nature preserves, such as Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • A thriving economy with several Fortune 500 national headquarters.
  • Convenient proximity to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
  • A robust real estate market with affordable starter homes and luxury estates.

McKinney School Information

The McKinney Independent School District has 20 elementary schools, five middle schools, and three high schools. The district also offers Lawson Early Childhood School and two alternative campuses. 

MISD features 68 buildings throughout Collin County. The district serves all of McKinney and parts of New Hope, Allen, Fairview, Princeton, and Lowry Crossing. 

There are several private schools in McKinney. The most prominent include McKinney Christian Academy, Acton Academy McKinney, and Oak Brook School.

Collin College is a community college in Texas that offers associate's degrees and certificates in various subjects. The school has campuses in McKinney, Frisco, and the city of Plano. Collin College offers online classes and programs for remote learning. Other nearby colleges include the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas Women's University, and Southern Methodist University in the University Park area. 

Ready to move to McKinney, Texas? McKinney can be an ideal choice for anyone looking to buy real estate in one of the best suburbs of Dallas. The diverse range of neighborhoods offers everything from charming townhomes to luxurious master-planned communities. With so many fun things to do and lots of local schools, the town of McKinney has it all. 

McKinney TX Real Estate Agents

Considering the purchase of a home in McKinney? Allow our McKinney real estate experts to guide you when purchasing your new McKinney property or during the sale of your current residence. As local real estate agents, we have insider knowledge on the dynamics unique to McKinney, Texas, real estate.

Contact The RealFX Group to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Preparing to sell your McKinney home? View our market analysis page for a home value estimate within moments.

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