Plenty of Amenities Offered in Frisco 55-And-Up Community Home for Lease

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The “resort-style active adult community” of The Village Center at Frisco Lakes, located on the eastern shores of Lake Lewisville, offers homes for those ages 55 and up. Within this Del Webb retirement community, there are such plentiful amenities you’ll think you live at the country club.

Rentals are on trend as the economy continues to fluctuate and any paychecks that are still coming in are going toward food delivery and Amazon orders.

Less Is More

The home at 6717 Festival Lane in Frisco is our Rental of the Week, leasing for an affordable $2,295 per month. Tucked away in Denton County’s Little Elm ISD, this abode features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a covered patio.

Once you’re nearing retirement or just outgrown a big home, 1,710 square feet like this home is all you need. After all, who needs 5,000 square feet to clean when you just want to spend your golden years with the person you chose to grow old with? 

Did Someone Say Golf Course?

“This home features golf course and greenbelt views from the master, living room, and dining [area],” said Realtor Addis Tebebu with Orbit Realty Group. 

The community features tennis courts, an exercise facility, scenic trails, clubhouse, and indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Discounted rates for golf are provided for residents. 

While this cute little community offers just about everything a senior citizen could want, there also are plenty of dining, shopping, and entertainment options nearby. 

Within a three-mile radius are Detour Doughnuts and Coffee, Barney’s Brunch House, Buddha Belly Sushi, and Maple Street Biscuit Company. 

The Frisco community, just 25 miles north of Dallas, also offers several family-oriented events. Some upcoming gatherings include Music in the Chamber, A Night of Improv, and a Romulo Martinez exhibition at The Gallery 8680.

Addis Tebebu with Orbit Realty Group is leasing 6717 Festival Lane, Frisco, for $2,295 per month. 


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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