Grenadier Homes at Creekside Estates Touts Great Schools, Great Location

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Grenadier Homes in Creekside Estates are perfect for families with school-aged children.

Do you hear that? It’s the sound of hundreds of North Texas teachers groaning as the first “Back to School” advertisements start showing up on websites and billboards. 

For a lot of people, buying a home is closely associated with education, and many times parents (or parents to be) will select a home based on the performance of area schools and the amenities that make family life a little sweeter. Not only does Creekside Estates have outstanding Plano and Wylie schools, but the amenities make it all the more attractive. 

But wouldn’t you prefer a custom home that’s built for your family’s needs? That’s what Grenadier Homes offers.

What makes these homes especially suited for families with young children?  

“The homes have a combination of open floor plan with the bedrooms tucked away from the noise centers,” says Jesse Williams, a new home sales counselor for Grenadier Homes at Creekside Estates. “They also have big backyards, with both front and back porches to live in and out of the house.”

Outdoor living is a breeze with Grenadier Homes’ custom designs in Wylie’s Creekside Estates.
An open floor plan with high ceilings and classic lines is perfect for family life.
Bright and accessible living areas define Grenadier custom homes.

Of course, home is just part of the overall buyer experience. Creekside Estates in Wylie offers some serious amenities for families, including a great community pool, catch-and-release fishing pond, soccer fields, basketball courts, jogging trails, and great access to retail. It doesn’t stop there, as this neighborhood is just lousy with family friendly activities sure to keep kids’ attention.

“There’s also an arts festival and parade called Wide Awake Wylie, as well as Bluegrass on the Ballard, Boo on the Ballard, KCS Holiday, National Night Out, pedal car races, Taste of Wylie, Night of Wonder, and a championship rodeo,” Williams added. “Wylie still has a historic downtown area with great local restaurants — Meteor Hamburgers and Ballard Street Cafe. You get the feel of a small community with the amenities of a metropolitan area.”


The last piece of the puzzle is education, and Williams says that’s where Creekside Estates shines. 

“It’s in the highly coveted Plano ISD,” Williams said. “All three of PISD’s senior high schools were recently listed in the top 250 of Newsweek’s list of 1,000 top high schools in America.”

That’s no small feat! So if you’re looking for the right home to get your family in back-to-school mode, Grenadier Homes offers options for families with school-aged children inside one of the best school districts in the region.


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Joanna England

If Executive Editor Joanna England could house hunt forever, she absolutely would. Instead she covers the North Texas housing market and the economy for While she started out with the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, Joanna's work has appeared in The Dallas Morning News as well as several local media outlets. When she's not knitting or hooping, or enjoying White Rock Lake, she's behind the lens of her camera. She lives in East Dallas with her husband, son, and their furry and feathered menagerie.

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