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The Quintessential All-American Small Southern Town

McKinney, TX is unlike any other community in the DFW Metroplex. Tree-lined streets, the charm of a historic downtown district, and a tight-knit community give McKinney a small-town appeal that seems to evade the hustle-and-bustle of big-city living. Located just 37 miles north of Dallas, this charming, quintessential All-American small town is home to one of the state’s largest historic districts, which means you’ll find a diverse variety of architectural styles in the homes and businesses of McKinney, from Victorian to bungalow to Craftsman designs.

McKinney Homes for Sale

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Selling Your McKinney Home?

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Selling Your McKinney Home?

Selling a home in McKinney? We can help! Learn more about listing your home with The Wanda Charles Group, including the tools and resources we offer our sellers, our marketing strategies, and our featured listings.

Why Do Residents Choose McKinney?


Culture & Recreation

Events, arts, and history await throughout McKinney. Catch a play, concert, or event at one of its four performing arts centers, including the Heard-Craig Center for the Arts, the McKinney Performing Arts Center, McKinney Repertory Theater, and the Myers Park & Event Center. Step back through time at the Collin County Historical Museum or Chestnut Square Historic Village. You can even attend special events like Ghost Tours at Chestnut Square or the Trail of Lights at the Heard Museum.


McKinney Main Street

The main attraction is none other than McKinney Main Street, one of the oldest historic downtowns in Texas—and a hive of events and activity. It’s home to over 100 unique shops, galleries, and restaurants, but it’s so much more. Here, you’ll discover live entertainment and nightlife. You can attend an annual event like Arts in Bloom, Bike the Bricks, Classics on the Square, Krewe of the Barkus, Red White and Boom Parade, Oktoberfest, Scare on the Square, or Home for the Holidays. You’ll even find the McKinney Performing Arts Center right here downtown.


Parks & Outdoor Recreation

Of particular note are McKinney’s outstanding parks and recreational services. Here, you’ll discover acres of beautiful, natural areas filled with trees, ponds, and even wildlife, as well as many parks devoted to recreational amenities such as sports, fitness, and disc golf. Discover miles of scenic hike and bike trails throughout town, or even practice your swing at the McKinney Tennis Center or the Oak Hollow Golf center. Work out at the Apex Centre aquatic and fitness facility, or even take a class or play a sport through the recreation department. McKinney is even home to the beautiful Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary.


Local Employment

Though it offers easy access to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, McKinney is also home to several of its own top employers, including Raytheon, McKinney ISD, Medical Center of McKinney, Encore Wire, Torchmark Insurance, Watson & Chalin, Baylor Medical Center, and Collin College, among others.


Quality Education in McKinney

Rated at the top of many education indicators, the McKinney Independent School District is home to one of the fastest growing school districts in North Texas. McKinney ISD students continue to receive academic commendations for their academic performance in multiple disciplines. Also located in McKinney is the Central Park Campus of Collin College.

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McKinney at a Glance

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Quick Facts

Population: 161,905
Growth Since 2000: +189%
Zip Code: 75070
County: Collin
Mean Home Price: $255,800


Travel Times

Downtown Dallas: 37 miles
Private Airport: McKinney National Airport
International Report: Dallas/Fort Worth Airport
Major Roads: Sam Rayburn Tollway, US-75, US-380

Come Home to McKinney, TX

If you are ready to come home to all manner of outdoor and recreational activities, McKinney is calling you home!. No matter what brings you to McKinney, whether it’s to relocate or you seek the top quality educational opportunities, get started today with your McKinney, TX home search now. Contact Wanda Charles today and let the fun begin!

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