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Living a College Town Lifestyle in Frisco, Texas

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Where to Retire in Frisco and Home Prices

Home prices and real estate taxes here are high.  The median home value was $386,800 in early 2017, according to Zillow. 

What is special about Frisco

The city is growing by leaps and bounds and offers several types of sporting venues including several golf courses. There is also a town center, theaters, and shopping galore.  

What is not special about Frisco

The growth and urban sprawl here doesn't lend to a pretty city; high cost of living; summers are hot. 

Climate and Physical Environment

The average January temperature here is 50 degrees, with July's average at 86 degrees. Frisco gets about 39 inches of rain a year.

Restaurants & Cultural Scene

There are several restaurants in Frisco Square and many more restaurant chain line the major arteries running in and out of the city. The town is home to Frisco Discovery Center which is a science, art and cultural center.  The city also boasts a Community Theatre, a Children's Theatre, and the Institute Of Gloal Music and the Arts.  Central Park is a eight-acre park that features bronze sculptures, an amphitheater, and trails.

Crime

The crime rate here is low.

Medical facilities

Medical City Plano-Frisco in downtown Frisco was built in 2012.

Transportation

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is about 25 miles away.

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