Plano Pad Offers Plenty of Treats, No Tricks

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There’s nothing spooky about six bedrooms and five and one-half bathrooms in a massive Plano abode in the Frisco school district.

There’s nothing spooky about six bedrooms and five and one-half bathrooms in a massive Plano abode in the Frisco school district.

So what’s this got to do with Halloween?

Well, it’s tricky – and this home offers plenty of treats.

Let’s explore of a few of them, shall we?

The home has 5,013 square feet with a 560-gallon live aquarium, and a Riverbend Sandler backyard pool oasis with rock and palm tree poolscape. A three-car garage and an outdoor kitchen are just a few of the special treats at this Deerfield North location built in 2006.

What’s In Your Neighborhood?

The bag of treats still has more surprises. The home – which leases for $6,500 per month – is just two minutes from Legacy West shops and dining.

The neighborhood is zoned for Frisco ISD, which consistently meets Texas Education Agency standards.

Making The Grade

Students in kindergarten through fifth grade will attend Riddle Elementary School, which scored an A overall and in each individual category, according to txschools.gov. Fowler Middle School also picked up A’s across the board.

Lebanon Trail High School did not fare quite as well, taking home a report card of all B’s, and a C in student achievement.

Linda McConnell with The Michael Group is leasing 4593 Kentucky Drive, Plano, for $6,500 per month.

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April Towery

April Towery studied journalism at Texas A&M University and has been an award-winning reporter and editor for more than 20 years. She’s covered everything from city council meetings to Death Row executions. Her favorite things to write are feature stories and humorous columns. She loves to make people laugh. She won first place in humorous column writing, second place in news writing and third place in serious column writing at the 2019 South Texas Press Association Awards and picked up first place in humorous writing at the 2018 Texas Press Association awards ceremony. She has numerous other recognitions, including the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors’ first-place award for special reporting, citing her continuous coverage of the College Station City Council and its violation of the Texas Open Meetings Act in 2006. She is the daughter of a longtime real estate appraiser and at one time knew her way around a floor plan. She lives in Wylie and is learning daily about real estate, architecture, and housing trends.

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